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Should you Let your Dog have One Litter?
Dogs
Should you Let your Dog have One Litter?
It's a very common misconception that a female dog should have one litter before being spayed (neutered). Not only is it an out-dated concept, with no evidence to support that breeding a litter is either physically or ps…
October 29, 2021 • 117 shares
Insurance for breeding dogs; what’s included?
Pet Insurance
Insurance for breeding dogs; what’s included?
Breeding a litter of puppies can be an exciting, magical, nerve-wracking, and expensive experience all rolled into one. So if you’re considering doing just that, you might now be looking at the T’s and C’s of your pet’s…
September 10, 2021 • 25 shares
What are the signs your dog has worms?
Dogs
What are the signs your dog has worms?
Although most owners prefer not to think about it, worms are a frequent problem in our pets. Most dogs will be affected at some time in their life, often more than once. The most common type of worms in dogs are intestin…
June 28, 2021 • 1 shares
Why is it so hard to adopt a dog?
Dogs
Why is it so hard to adopt a dog?
Dogs are great. Can’t everyone have one? I want one now! Well, adopting a dog isn’t quite as simple as pressing ‘purchase’. But why is this? What is the process for adoption? What do you have to keep in mind? And why is…
May 4, 2021 • 6 comments
Dogs
Ask a vet online-‘I have shih pooh bitch shes 16 months she always asks out for pee pee but on the other hand the pooh side shes not good’
Question from : Anne Docherty 'I have shih pooh bitch shes 16 months she always asks out for pee pee but on the other hand the pooh side shes not good at all i do take her out a lot and she gets into trouble when dirting…
June 9, 2014
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