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    Tips for Keeping Dogs and Children Safe

    Dogs bite. It’s a known fact. They are fully equipped with forty-two teeth and are capable of biting if injured or provoked. A dog bite can be damaging and potentially fatal to children and even adults. No one wants to be responsible for their dog injuring another person. Dogs raised in homes without the presence of children may actually be more likely to injure a child. Dogs raised around children learn how to tolerate them. Dogs raised away from children don’t have the proper knowledge on how to act around children appropriately. Fortunately, an owner can take steps to improve a puppy’s tolerance of children before the puppy reaches adulthood.

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    Why is My Dog Shaking?

    If you’ve noticed your dog shaking lately, you’ll probably be worried. The good news is that the cause is rarely as serious as it looks, though there are situations where you might want to take your dog to a doctor. The important thing is that you check your dog's symptoms to determine what the most likely cause of shaking is. Depending on the symptoms, it could be anything from a simple cold to a dangerous disease. The trick is that you know which symptoms mean which condition. Below is some information from UK Best Essays on what might be the cause of shaking in a dog.

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    5 Tips to Wean Your Dog Away from Marking a Territory at Home

    Teaching your dog to do its business outside seems like a daunting task, but it's quite easy when you have a few tricks up your sleeve. Here are five tips that will help you teach your dog to pee outside.

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    Pekingese Breed Spotlight

    These small dogs have been known to exist in China since the eighth century. Surviving for more than thirteen hundred years, the breed was first referenced in the ancient artwork of the Tang Dynasty. The breed reached the peak of its popularity in the early to mid-1800s, when it was said that thousands of them were kept at various palaces.

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    My Dog is Afraid of Cameras

    Your dog is sitting there, posing in the most adorable way. You get your camera or phone out to capture the moment, and then your dog moves as soon as you take the picture. Sometimes it seems like your dog knows his picture is being taken. So how can you get the perfect picture of your dog?

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