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Shed Goldendoodles? Yes, but how much can you expect?

Shed Goldendoodles? Yes, they do. In fact, most of the people who are looking to adopt a Goldendoodle puppy think that they are truly hypoallergenic dogs. But Goldendoodles can and do dandruff, they just shed less than typical Golden Retrievers and other breeds. Actually, No breed of dog is “really” hypoallergenic. Goldendoodles are a cross between a Golden Retriever and a Poodle and can be either standard or miniature size. The frequency of shedding is not influenced by their size, but by the parent breed they are prone to inherit…

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My dog ​​just ate chicken bones! What should i do next?

Has your dog just eaten chicken bones and Not sure what to do? Almost all dogs have at some point have eaten something for which they were not intended; and chicken bones are often one of those things. Indeed, this is common and not surprising. Chicken is a food that seems to be universally loved by our dog friends. However, chicken bones can be extremely dangerous for dogs. Cooked chicken can be part of a nutrient-rich meal plan for your pup. It goes well with vegetables like zucchini, boiled sweet…

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Golden Retriever Shedding: How Much Do Golden Retrievers Shed?

Shed Golden Retriever? The short answer is, yes, they definitely lost. But how much? Well, that’s a subjective question, depending on the type of breeds you are experienced with. If you have one The Golden Retriever, a fluffy dog ​​that is on the bigger side of the spectrum, may be a no-brainer compared to what you’re used to. Before we get into the details, you should know that the Golden Retriever sheds moderately year round and heavily during the shedding season. There is no escaping or preventing this fact. However,…

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Husky Shedding: How Much Do Siberian Huskies Shed?

Have you recently adopted a Siberian Husky? You might think about it, but not sure if or how much they shed? There is a very short and simple answer to that, and it is Yes, huskies shed a lot! Like any dog, they drop hair all year round and you can find them all over your furniture and clothing. And they also blow their coat twice a year. Here in this guide we explain what this is and why it happens. And how best to deal with your husky’s shed…

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Pig Ears For Dogs: Are They Safe Or Dangerous For Your Puppy?

Think about Feed your puppy pig ears as a treat or snack? Maybe you just did and want to check that pig ears are safe for dogs? In most cases, pig ears are fine as a treat. But there are a few things to consider before feeding your pup a pig’s ear as a chew toy. There may be some too Better alternatives for a teething puppy or older dog in need of dental care. Pork is something that humans and canines consume fairly regularly. Not many people care about…

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My dog ​​ate grapes: what should I do next?

Can dogs eat grapes? Are they poisonous? These are questions you are likely to ask yourself if your dog has recently eaten a grape. The answer is no, dogs cannot eat grapes. And yes, Even a grape or raisin can be toxic to dogs. Thanks to some recent information campaigns, it is common knowledge that grapes can be poisonous to dogs. But how toxic are they? What Steps Should You Take If Your Dog Eats One? The answer here will depend on a variety of factors, but due to toxicity,…

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Pit Bull Shedding: How Much Are Pit Bulls Really Shedding?

Dogs classified as pit bulls are among the most adopted puppies, both in rescue shelters and by breeders. But some owners are surprised when they bring their dog home that yes, Pit bulls shed. And some owners are just surprised how much fur they leave behind. While pit bulls might be simply coated dogs, they actually shed more often than other simply coated breeds. The good news is that while their coats are short, they don’t require haircuts and are quite easy to maintain. Pit bulls have dog fur, not…

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How Cold Is Too Cold For Dogs: Keep Your Puppy Warm During Winter

How cold is it too cold for dogs? You may be asking this question if you live in an area where snow falls in winter. Just because your dog has a fur coat doesn’t necessarily mean they can handle the cold better than you. Most dogs are used to them Warmth of their owner’s homeand the cold weather can be just as harsh on them as it is on you. When winter comes, your furry friend needs a little more grooming. In this article we explain what Health risks to…

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My dog ​​has destroyed their ACL (CCL)! TPLO vs. TTA vs. Surgery alternatives

We had planned to go on a hike as a family, to Sedona Arizona on the West Fork Trail. We packed up, prepared lunch, got ready for the children and loaded everything into the van. At the last minute we decided to take our American mastiff Freyja with us on the trip. We thought it would be a great hike and she would do just fine with a little trip into the wild. In a perfect world we would all have gone on a perfect hike through the forest together…

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Foxtails: How They Can Be Extremely Dangerous to Dogs

Memories come from playing outside with our pups. We are always wary of the obvious dangers like ticks and fleas, but there are other dangers lurking in the tall grass. Foxtails are a grassy plant that can be found anywhere there is grass. These can be in parks, courtyards, fields, or even on busy sidewalks. They don’t appear dangerous, sharp, or harmful when you look at them, but they are not only dangerous but also fatal to your pups. The key to protecting your dog outdoors is to understand and…

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