Cuteness Overload: Protective Corgi Becomes Best Friends with Baby

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Cuteness Overload: Protective Corgi Becomes Best Friends with Baby
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By Courtney Temple February 13, 2014 at 03:56PM / (1) comments

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We all heard the saying, ‘Dogs are a man’s best friend,’ well now we can confidently say that a bond between a baby and dog is just as strong.

A man named Chris Lowe and his wife Miriam had several concerns about how their Corgi, Wilbur, would react to their new baby girl, Claire. However, it turns out they …

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This page answers pet owners’ common questions about the recently discovered canine circovirus and its possible role in disease in dogs.

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For most dogs, “bath time” is a dirty word. The chances are your dog even knows how to spell it! He can probably second guess your game of charades as you creep silently around the house, stealthily retrieving a towel from the closet and grabbing his special shampoo! A bath needn’t be an ordeal. It doesn’t take much to turn it into a nice, quality…

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The Daily Vet is a blog featuring veterinarians from all walks of life. Every week they will tackle entertaining, interesting, and sometimes difficult topics in the world of animal medicine – all in the hopes that their unique insights and personal experiences will help you to understand your pets. Aug 07, 2013 Palliative Treatment Options for Cancer by Dr. Joanne Intile Share Save to mypetMDThus far I’ve discussed various methods we use to diagnose dogs with osteosarcoma and the staging tests required …

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Platelet Enhancement Therapy (PET)

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Protecting Dogs During Parties

Should they stay or should they go?

We were heading to a neighborhood party where the majority of the guests were most excited about the beer pong and the glorious buffet. As for me, the main draw was an opportunity to see Schultzie, whose guardians were hosting. I have already written about Schultzie, who I love. We have had the joy of dogsitting for her several times, and I couldn’t wait to see her.

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