Author: Carlotta Cooper

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Can Dogs Eat Hot Dogs?

Hot dogs! One of the great American icons, like apple pie and baseball. But should you give your dog hot dogs? Maybe not. Yes, we know that dogs love them and plead for them, but are they good for your dog? You might not be aware of some of the ingredients used to make hot

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The Pomsky – A Pomeranian and Siberian Husky Mixture

Cute and playful, the Pomsky (also called a Pomeranian Husky) hasn’t been around very long so traits can vary in individuals. The Pomsky is a cross between the Pomeranian and the Siberian Husky. These dogs are usually small to medium and size and love to be the center of attention. The parent breeds Unlike many

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Famous Dogs In Mythology

Dogs were the first animal domesticated by humans. DNA and fossil evidence shows that humans were already living with dogs at least 15,000 years ago. Research suggests that dogs were domesticated not just once but in multiple locations around the world, by multiple groups of humans. It seems like this was a relationship that was

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Can Dogs Eat Honey | What You Need Know

Delicious golden honey often appeals to animals as much as it does to humans. Just think of bears eating honey. Winnie the Pooh is not the only bear who likes to eat honey! Bears really love honey – and so do many dogs. Is it safe for dogs to eat honey? If you’re eating honey

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The Aussiedoodle – A Poodle and an Australian Shepherd Mixture

Energetic, smart, affectionate, and adorable, the Aussiedoodle (also known as the Aussiepoo or Aussiepoodle) makes a great pet for an active family. Aussiedoodles can range in size from 25 to 70 pounds and come in many different colors and patterns, just like their parent breeds. Learn more about these clever, fun dogs below. The parent

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The Bernedoodle – A Poodle and the Bernese Mountain Dog Mixture

Described as clever, goofy, gentle, and loyal, fans of the Bernedoodle believe this lovable designer dog is the perfect mixture of the Poodle and the Bernese Mountain Dog. Bernedoodles – sometimes called the Bernese Mountain Poo – make great companions for active owners and families with children. Here’s what you need to know about this

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Doodle Dogs | Labradoodles, Goldendoodles and the Schnoodle

Doodles are wildly popular today but how much do you know about them? Are they breeds? Hybrid dogs? How do they compare to purebred dogs or mutts? What’s good about them and what’s bad about them? Is a “doodle” the right dog for you? Keep reading and we’ll answer these questions and more! What are

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Top 10 Foods You Should Never Give A Dog

Dogs are, by nature, scavengers. When you take your dog for a walk, you have probably seen the way he wants to investigate every morsel and tidbit lying on the ground. Whether you have a puppy or a senior dog, he’s likely to try to taste just about anything he finds to see if it’s

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Greek Dog Names – Mythological Names for Dogs

Are you Greek by heritage or do you long for the days of the ancient Greek heroes? If you’re looking for a suitable Greek name for your dog or cat, we’ve got an apotheosis https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apotheosis of names for you! (By the way, it’s estimated that the Greek language has contributed about 5 percent of the

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Irish Dog Names | Giving your Dog a Gaelic Name

For such a small country, Ireland has contributed much to the world: saints and sea kings, warriors and poets, horses and dogs, plus the beauty of its land. Millions of people around the world claim Irish ancestry, including more than 40 million people in the United States and Canada – about 10 percent of the

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Can Dogs Eat Olives

Do you love salty green olives? Or do you prefer full, ripe black olives loaded onto a pizza? Does your dog plead and whine when you’re eating olives, begging for a taste? If you have wondered if it’s safe to give your dog olives, look no farther. We can tell you what you need to

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Can Dogs Eat Figs?

Do you love figs? Have you wondered if it’s safe to let your dog eat a fig? Figs pose some interesting issues where dogs are concerned. Read on and we’ll tell you everything you need to know about figs and safety issues with dogs. Can dogs eat figs? The short answer to whether dogs can

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Can Dogs Eat Pistachios?

Lots of articles and web sites warn dog lovers that they shouldn’t give their dogs nuts – full stop. But the truth is that some nuts are harmful to dogs and some are safe, with certain precautions. Have you thought about giving your dog pistachios? Have you wondered whether dogs can eat pistachios? We’ve got

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Can Dogs Eat Spinach?

People seem to either love spinach or hate it. But what about dogs? Do they like spinach? And is it okay for your dog to eat spinach? The truth is that spinach is rather controversial. The answer to whether you can give it to your dog can depend on who you ask. Facts about spinach

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