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Is your furry friend in need of a good pedicure? Your small dog’s feet may not be the first thing you think of when you're snuggling together, but those tiny nails need proper care and maintenance so your dog can look and feel its best. Here are five tips to trim your pup's nails.
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Dogs, regardless of their size, are a pillar of emotional support for us. Our dogs uplift our mood, and stay guarded. Dogs come in different sizes and breeds. Each breed carries different health issues. As a pet parent, you need to be ready to take care of your dog in every aspect. Having a little adorable friend in our family completes our life.
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With Coronavirus spreading across the globe, so much in our daily lives has changed, Good news for dog and cat owners, the World Health Organization states there is no evidence our pets can spread COVID-19 or become infected by it.
Just because our pets are spared from COVID-19, doesn't mean life isn't changing for pet owners. Here are some things pet owners should keep in mind until coronavirus is no longer a threat.
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It's that time of the year. Time for the annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. If you love watching the little dogs compete, check the list below to see when and how to watch your favorite small breeds compete.
You'll also find the schedule and how to watch the live stream of the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show finals on Monday, February 10 and Tuesday, February 11.
Enjoy the show!
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A new year means new resolutions and goals. If you're a small dog owner, we have put together 10 goals for you and your small dog to shoot for in the new year.
1. Take more walks with your dog.
Fresh air, sunshine and a little exercise are good for you and your little dog. .
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Love little dogs? Thinking about adding one to your home? Here’s a list of the 60 small breed dogs recognized by the AKC. These cute little pups are ranked in order of the number of each breed registered with the AKC. You’ll find basic breed information along with links to full breed profiles on the American Kennel Club website. Enjoy!
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We want the best for our pocket pets. And, it can be heartbreaking if they suffer from anxiety-related problems and phobias. Of course, we want to help them be comfortable and at ease. However, how best to do that isn’t always a clear and easy path.
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Imagine a dog rescue organization where 70 rescue dogs live inside a regular home, so the rescue team can see first hand how the dogs behave around people and other dogs. That's exactly how Danny & Ron's Rescue works. You can get a glimpse inside this home-based rescue organization in the documentary "Life in the Doghouse," now available on Netflix, Amazon and iTunes.
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It's Bruno is a new Netflix comedy about an adorable little dog named Bruno, his faithful owner, Malcolm and their daily adventures in Brooklyn's Bushwick neighborhood. This new comedy features lots of little dogs, too.
The show focuses on the little things dog lovers can obsess over, like who has the better-trained dog, the fear of strangers petting your dog and people who don't pick up after their dog. If you love dogs, you may want to give this show a look.
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We love this clever new way to carry food and feed your little dog when traveling. My Pet Pail looks like a vintage lunch box. Lift up the cute bone shaped latches and what you'll find is space to store dog food and two bowls to feed your dog.
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Your Chihuahua might be cute and cuddly, but your dog probably has a big personality and makes even bigger messes on a daily basis. That said, they are family, and you can’t imagine your life without them. Here are a few ways you can keep a clean house and still enjoy your cuddly canine companion. The best part: It won’t kill your kibbles-and-bits budget.
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It seems these days dog breeds are getting smaller and smaller, from teacup chihuahuas to miniature dachshunds. Just because they are tiny, should you carry them everywhere?
Spoiler: The answer is no. Carrying your pup around all day can actually be causing both psychological and physical harm. Let’s take a closer look at why you shouldn’t carry your pint-sized pup everywhere you go.