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Do Dogs Like Music?

Do Dogs Like Music?

Do Dogs Like Listening To Music? According to research, music may help anxious dogs. A study in 2002 compared how LED lighting, rock 'n' roll, and TV influenced the relief of shelter dogs. You found classical musical-based lighting to have the most beneficial effect. The dogs went from standing and barking to being relaxed, lying down, and sleeping. Another study has shown that dogs are more inclined to music when they hear a harp. They also noticed their heart rates and respiratory rates decreased. Recently, studies have shown that the sounds of an audiobook, in contrast to classical music, are…
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How Much Does It Cost To Board A Dog?

How Much Does It Cost To Board A Dog?

Dog Boarding Cost It's no secret that Americans love their dogs. In fact, according to the American Pet Products Association (APPA) National Pet Owners Survey from 2017 to 2018, 68 percent of U.S. households include a pet, which equates to 85.8 million homes. Of those households, nearly 47 million have at least one dog. With such a high demand for canine companionship, it's no wonder that pet boarding services are on the rise. When choosing to add a hairy friend to your household, one factor you must consider is the cost of keeping your pet. How much does it cost…
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What Is Kennel Cough

What Is Kennel Cough

Kennel Cough In Dogs The defining sign of an infectious condition known as kennel cough is a dry, hacking cough that sounds like something lodged in your dog's throat. Although kennel cough is rarely fatal, it is vital to recognize the signs and have your canine pet assessed by a veterinarian as soon as possible if you suspect he or she has it. Continue to read what is kennel cough and how it spreads? Kennel Cough Sound Kennel Cough is a term used to describe a cough in kennels.The ailment affects the lungs. Kennel cough, also known as canine infectious…
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Can Dogs Eat…

Can Dogs Eat…

Ultimate Guide to Dog Food Do's & Don'ts Skip to Category? Fruits Fetch Vegetables Fetch Meats Fetch Seafood Fetch Miscellaneous Fetch If your dog has a sweet tooth, you may have wondered if you could share your favorite people-food with him. While some of the foods we eat can be beneficial for our dogs, there are others that can cause health issues and make your pup sick. A dog’s digestive system and human diets are very different from each other. After all, a dog doesn’t have to worry about his blood sugar or cholesterol level. Dogs naturally have a low amount of…
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Are Candles Bad For Dogs

Are Candles Bad For Dogs

Pumpkin scented candles, apple scented candles, cinnamon scents. There is a lot to love about the smells of fall. The cool breezes of autumn are being replaced with the warmth of flames brought on by our fall favorites. But what effect do these aromas have on our canine companions? Scented candles, air fresheners and the plethora of other smelly items that we surround ourselves with every day, may pose a health risk for dogs. Let’s sort out which products can be harmful, as well as determine how we can safely incorporate the heavenly scents of the season into our home…
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Do Dogs Get Tired Of Barking

Do Dogs Get Tired Of Barking

All dogs bark, but some bark more than others, and pet owners don’t understand why. Discovering various dog behaviors and the external triggers that cause these reactions helps dog lovers comprehend their pets and their barks a bit more.  There are over 48 million dog owners in the United States, so it's safe to say that owning dogs as pets is extremely common in this country. Dogs help unite people, families, and children with their companionship every single day, but that doesn’t mean they are a walk in the park to take care of or train.  Dogs are like people.…
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Camping Out with Family & Pets Can Improve Your Mental Health

Camping Out with Family & Pets Can Improve Your Mental Health

Discover how spending time outdoors and using dog camping beds for backyard campouts can improve your physical and mental wellness.  Going camping when you’re a little kid is a pretty big staple. It allows you to really get a feel for nature and parts of the outdoors you most likely haven’t experienced yet. But the best is going with family, whether it's mom and dad, siblings, cousins, or the whole gang at once. Having your dog tag along is one of the best parts because they encourage you to explore areas you didn’t think of venturing and get you on…
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