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Pet weight loss

  According to the survey, most pets now live very comfortable lives, which causes their habits to deviate from the original laws.Obesity, this deadly killer, also goes hand in hand, causing great distress to pets.   How to restore your pet to a healthy life.BitePets provided props for the owners of stuffed animals The luminous chest harness is a good prop. It can be worn comfortably by pets at full angles. At the same time, it can enjoy sports time with the owner when taking pets out for a stroll.Click on the picture to go shopping Shark vest, it is a must-have product for pets to swim. The size is suitable for various body types ranging from 2 pounds to...

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Mistakes to avoid when training dogs to use the toilet

1. Not Bonding With Your Puppy You may wonder what bonding with your puppy has to do with potty training. I am sure you have seen the stories of dogs that will not leave the side of their sick or dead owner. This is because the dog has bonded with their owner. When you have a strong bond with your dog they will want to listen to you and please you. This includes going to the bathroom outside if that is what you ask of them. A puppy that has not bonded to you may be more independent thinking and do as they wish. Bonding does not happen overnight. It does take some time. But you should work towards bonding with your...

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Fun & Interesting Facts You Never Knew About Your Dog!

Do Dogs See In Colour?   or just in Black & White?   A common misconception is that all dogs are colourblind or that they only see the world in black and white colours. But guess what? Your furry little companion can, in fact, see in colour!   The only difference is that dogs can’t see as many colours as humans can. As confirmed by vision researcher Jay Nietz, dogs’ eyes contain fewer color cones than humans, and that they see the world in hues of yellow, blue, and grey.   Image: Psychology Today   Do Dogs Have a Sense of Time?   Or do they just keep waiting?   We often joke about how dogs are whiny at dinner...

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Dealing With Anxiety In Dogs

Just like humans, dogs can suffer from anxiety… So what exactly is Anxiety in Dogs? What is it like for them? Does my Dog have an anxiety disorder? If these questions have been bothering you for some time, now’s the right time to address them. How can YOU as a dog owner better help your dog deal with anxiety-related symptoms?If your dog frequently exhibits signs of anxiety or abnormal behaviour, it is ideal to consult a licensed veterinarian for professional advice.Here at Kohepets, we hope to help dog owners better understand anxiety in dogs, some of the common causes of it, frequently observed symptoms and some simple methods that can be done to help keep your dog’s symptoms of anxiety...

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Fun & Interesting Facts You Never Knew About Your Dog!

Do Dogs See In Colour?   or just in Black & White?   A common misconception is that all dogs are colourblind or that they only see the world in black and white colours. But guess what? Your furry little companion can, in fact, see in colour!   The only difference is that dogs can’t see as many colours as humans can. As confirmed by vision researcher Jay Nietz, dogs’ eyes contain fewer color cones than humans, and that they see the world in hues of yellow, blue, and grey.   Image: Psychology Today   Do Dogs Have a Sense of Time?   Or do they just keep waiting?   We often joke about how dogs are whiny at dinner...

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