How to Be Good to Your Dog This Summer

How to Be Good to Your Dog This Summer
  1. Teach Your Child About Compassion And Kindness To Animals
  2. Protect Your Dog From The Heat
  3. Know What To Do For Heat Exhaustion
  4. Heat And Mosquitoes Don't Mix
  5. Learn To Make Your Dog Smile
  6. More Than 85% Of Dogs Develop Periodontal Disease

How to Be Good to Your Dog This Summer

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The Chinese Crested Dog is the only dog that sweats through its skin. All other dogs sweat through their paws.

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Sophie

Sophie
Sophie

Shih Tzu

Sophie is my social butterfly of only 2. 5 yrs old. She's got the sweetest temperament and eyes I have ever seen. She is super smart and very loving to everyone... including other animals. She brings a ray of sunshine to my life every day! I love her to the moon and back!

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Chesapeake Bay Retriever

Chesapeake Bay Retriever

The Chesapeake Bay Retriever is the toughest, hardiest, most strong-willed and protective of all of the retrievers. This breed is well renowned for its unique retrieving skills, one of which is its uncanny ability to mark and remember where a bird has fallen.

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