Lee Dobbins writes for http://www.dogbreeds123.com where you can learn more about dog breeds and dog care.

Things you should do before bringing your puppy home

The day you get your new puppy from the breeder and bring him home has finally arrived. As exciting as it is for you however, keep in mind that it can be a bit scary for your new puppy to leave the only home he has ever known. Therefore, it is necessary to do some prep work before bringing your puppy home so you can make sure that he feels safe and secure immediately.

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Puppy teething relief

Every puppy teethes, but not too many dog owners really understand the process. This can be physically painful for your puppy and an emotionally painful time for you. Your puppy is hurting and you do not know what to do to soothe him/her. There are things that can be done and it is very important to learn what puppy teething relief methods will help your four leafed friend.

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Pug health problems you can't ignore

When thinking of a dog to adopt many people want something cute and small ergo they think of a pug - compact, cute, flat faced and more than eager to make you happy. However before you rush off to the rescue to find your perfect puppy you should be aware of some of the more serious Pug health problems. The breed is prone to skin problems and the puppy should be checked very carefully for a form of puppy mange known as demodex, also the adorable flat face opens the breed up to breathing problems and eye problems later in life.

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Pug dog health basics

Pug dogs are one of the most popular breeds for pet owners today, and anyone considering adopting one should educate themselves a bit about pug dog health.  This ancient breed has actually been around since about 400 BC and is a member of the AKC Toy Group. Its elf like features - the wrinkly flat face, short hair and curly tail makes it one of the most endearing breeds. Having a thickset body, the weight of a pug ranges from 13 to 20 pounds and the height from 10 to 14 inches.
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Common Pug dog health concerns

The Pug dog breed is one of today's most popular breeds and anyone who is thinking about adding one to their family should become familiar with the specifics of pug dog health care. The Pug as a breed has been known for over 3000 years. They were accepted as a member of the AKC Toy Group in 1885 and are known for their flat, pushed in face which is wrinkly as well as their curly tail and short fur. Pugs have a hefty short body, usually weighing between 13 to 20 lbs and standing about 10 to 14 inches high.

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How to alleviate the pain of dog bee stings

Dog bee stings can be just as painful for your dog as they are for you, and they are more common than you think in the summertime. Anyone who's brought their dog outside in the summer sees that dogs just can't help snapping at insects that fly past his muzzle. We're not sure why dogs like to do this, but often the outcome is a painful sting in a sensitive part of the mouth or face!

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