• June 13, 2022

Dachshund Scratching – How To Stop Your Dachshund From Scratching

When you think of Dachshund health problems, back problems and obesity are probably the first things that come to mind, but they aren’t the only problems Dachshunds have. Along with many other breeds, Dachshunds have skin problems, their owners desperately want to keep their Dachshunds from scratching. What causes dachshund scratching? It’s important to find…

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Hat metaphors and similes

I collect these. Additions to this list are welcome. Also, note that in some cases I don’t know the origin of a particular expression. If you have knowledge or theories about the origin of anything below, I’d like to hear from you too. I hope you enjoy it. speaking through your hat Talk nonsense or…

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Tips to naturally get rid of fleas in your home and on your dog

This first piece of advice was told to me by the owner of an exclusively natural pet store. Recommended before leaving on a trip so as not to return to a home infested with fleas. 1) Wash your dog with a natural flea soap. Leave soap on the dog for ten to fifteen minutes. This…

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Toys for Cocker Spaniels

Dog toys come in a variety of shapes and sizes. The right toys will test your dog’s intelligence; Helps with teething and foot coordination. They also provide a great training tool if you have a chewer on your hands. Dogs get bored doing the same thing over and over again, so a variety of challenging…

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Heartworm – To Protect or Not to Protect? That is the question

Heartworm is a parasite that is transmitted through the bites of infected mosquitoes. The larvae enter the bloodstream and migrate to the heart. The larvae live in the heart for six months before becoming adults. If an animal tests positive for heartworm, it can be treated effectively and safely, unless the infestation has been present…

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Dogtra 200NCP Gold Review

I work for the humane society as a dog trainer and it gives me the opportunity to work with a variety of dogs and temperaments. The dogs love it when I come because they get out of their cages and play and work outside. This is the second review of the Dogtra brand of electronic…

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Shaolin Feet and Shaolin Fists

Northern Feet and Southern Fists are considered a fortuitous combination. It is necessary to reconcile two aspects of the teaching of Kung Fu, which incorporate different principles, points of view and histories. The following autobiographical sketch considers the formative influences and key people who shaped my own career in Shaolin martial arts. Lineage and Lineal…

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Canine Parvovirus – More Dangerous Myths

Parvovirus is such a deadly disease for dogs. Every responsible dog owner wants to protect the beloved family dog ​​from this miserable disease. However, despite the best and loving intentions, there are misconceptions, myths, and misguided advice that can make it difficult for your dog to recover. One thing that many people don’t realize is…

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Aging Gracefully: It’s the Life of an Older Dog

We all get older, and aging can make life difficult, even for our beloved pets. Where would we be without our pets? They make us happy. They fill us with unbridled affection. They relieve our stress. So what can we do for them? What should we do for our pets as they age? What is…

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CEROMANCE: The fine art of candle reading

Lately, I’ve been getting a lot of questions in the Psychic Realm chat room about “ceromancy.” That is the fine art of reading a situation by studying the way a candle burns. Are the flames jumping high? Does the wax sizzle, crackle and pop? What does it mean when the flame goes out? Many people…

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