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Tips On Cutting down on Table Scraps within your Dog’s Diet plan

We have all done it. Our cute, little furry friend is practically smiling at us from under the kitchen table. The ears are perked along with the tail is wagging. We know what our dog is after. Just a smaller tidbit from dinner could be delightful, right? What could it hurt? It is simply a bite or two in the end.

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The Collie Dog.

The Collie dog makes an excellent sporting dog and can be trained to do the work of the Pointer and the Setter, as well as that of the Water Spaniel and the Retriever. He can be trained to carry out the work of other breeds as well. It is smart at hunting, having an excellent nose, is a first-rate vermin-killer, and a most faithful guard dog and buddy.

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Dangerous Canine Treats

Each dog likes getting a tasty tidbit as a treat and each dog-owner likes to give them. But do you know whether the dog treats that you are giving are healthy or dangerous for your pet, because there are both kinds on the market. In fact, there are hundreds of types of dog treats of all sizes, shapes and colours.

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