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Welcome to online resource repository that gives you practical information that you can use right away:

  • how to choose a dog that is most suitable for your needs and life-style;
  • how to feed,
  • how to care for,
  • how to train, and
  • how to groom your dog. offers key facts on various beeds of dog, including guide dogs, guard dogs, hunting dogs, herding dogs and lapdogs. There is a detailed illustration for each breed and information about the breed's origin and history, narture and habits and characteristics.

New articles:

Dogs Hugging Each Other - Best friends!

Drug Sniffing Dog - Vigilant dog getting high :)

German Shepherd Takes Charge - To rectify a bad situation

Ghost Master - Three dogs mesmerized in the woods

Loving Dog - Oh, so touching!

In addition to this, there are special features that examine the growth and development of man's relationship to the dog throughout the ages. It discusses the history of dogs, their domestication and how they have become fully integrated into the human social fabric.

Why training is a good thing to do with you dog?

Training your dog is a good thing. It helps you to bond (become closer) with your dog. The more you train him, the more he will understand you. And the more you work and play with your dog, the more you will understand him.

What a responsible breeder does?

  • Knows the breed standard
  • Know the pedigrees
  • Knows the dog
  • Accepts the risks
  • Accepts responsibility for puppies
Exercise, Be Healthy, and Have Fun!

Exercise is good for you and your dog. It will help keep your dog's heart, lungs, and muscles strong and healthy so he lives longer. And we all want our dogs to live longer. Walking is a simple exercise and good for both of you.

Use toys for all kinds of running and catching games. You want your dog to run and stretch his legs out. You can run with him if you like! Watch your dog when he's running - is he smiling?

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How to feed your dog?
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Canine Nutrition
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Pregnant Dogs
Puppy Feeding

Dog Grooming

Grooming working dogs
Grooming hunting dogs
Grooming sheep dogs
Grooming pet dogs

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