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    Australian Shepherd Breed Spotlight

    Contrary to what the name implies, the only thing Australian about the Australian shepherd, or Aussie, is the name. in fact, the Aussie is as American as apple. Click here to learn more about the Australian Shepherd!

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    Gross: Beards Contain More Harmful Bacteria than Dog Fur

    If you’ve been looking for a good reason to get your significant other to shave his beard, your search is finally over. A recent study has shown that your dog’s fur likely contains less harmful bacteria than the average man’s facial hair.

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    Breed Spotlight: the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

    Within the latter half of the nineteenth century, toy spaniels were crossed with Japanese chins, which resulted in the creation of flat faced, dome skulled dogs called King Charles spaniels. In 1926, a man by the name of Roswell Eldridge offered a cash reward for anyone who could produce old-type spaniels without the dome skull. The idea caught on, and in 1928 the first Cavalier club was formed, and the standard was set.

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    How Enzymes in Dog Food Aid in Digestion

    If you’re a cautious pet parent who likes to read the label before buying your dog’s food, there’s a strong chance that you’ve recently come across brands that tout the health benefits of digestive enzymes. Learn about the important role enzymes play in your dog’s diet, and find out if enzyme supplements .

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    Bordetella 101: Everything Dog Owners Need to Know About Bordetella and Kennel Cough

    Learn what you can do to prevent Bordetella, and find out how kennel cough is treated if your dog happens to catch the disease.

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