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Tips on choosing the best dog breeders

Choosing the right dog breeder is a big decision, so take your time and do your research before committing. You’ll want to make sure they’re credible and trustworthy, so check out our easy-to-follow checklist to find the perfect dog breeder for you.

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Top Tips For Taking Care of Your Goldendoodle Dog

If you have a Goldendoodle, you know that they are an amazing breed with lots of love and fun to offer. To ensure your pup is healthy and happy, there are some key things to keep in mind when caring for your pup. Here are our top tips for properly caring for your Goldendoodle!

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5 Neat Facts About Border Collies You Should Know

Border collies are boisterous, intelligent, and beautiful dogs. Whether you’re interested in adopting a border collie or you’d like to learn about the breed for fun, here are five neat facts about border collies that you should know.

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Pocket Beagles – The Canine Breed Miniature in Size but Big on Love

If you're looking for a loyal and loving companion that won't take up too much space, then the Pocket Beagle—a smaller version of the traditional basset hound breed—might be for you. Explore this guide to learn all about Pocket Beagles, from their adorable size to their warm and friendly personalities.

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Do not buy pocket Beagles

A pocket beagle was a very popular breed back in the 1300s and 1400s with royalty and was prized by the royal family. They were called pocket beagles because they were measured at no more than 9 inches at the shoulders. Currently the American Kennel Club, the standard that many breeders use for determining the health and other important factors of a dog breed, only recognizes beagles that are 13 inches or 15 inches in size. So what happened?

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Newborn Shih Tzu Puppies and early surroundings

Newborn Shih Tzu puppies begin to make noises shortly after their eyes open. They will also begin to try and get up and waddle around the whelping box at this time. Between three and four weeks you might want to provide newborn Shih Tzu puppies with a new safe daytime area for extra stimulation. A new larger area physically stimulates and mentally challenges newborn Shih Tzu puppies.

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