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Six Myths About Feeding your Dog a Raw Diet

1. Feeding a dog raw food will make him/her aggressive Many people believe that once dogs taste blood, that it will make them blood thirsty. This is completely untrue and is only rooted in tall tales and myths. Tasting blood does not make your dog blood thirsty or even make them have a higher prey…… Continue reading Six Myths About Feeding your Dog a Raw Diet

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Grooming Tips from Echo

Echo had his first real grooming experience this last Tuesday (he got to go to the grooming salon at The Puppy Pantry for a spa bath and undercoat brush out rather than me just bathing him myself) and he wanted to share some tips with our readers about getting your dog (or cat) groomed.  1.…… Continue reading Grooming Tips from Echo

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Living with an Escape Artist Dog

July is Lost Pet Prevention month- a month dedicated to raising awareness of how to keep pets safe from being lost through supplying pet owners with tips and resources about how to not lose your pets. PetHub, the founder of Lost Pet Prevention month, has asked us here at A Girl and Her Husky to write…… Continue reading Living with an Escape Artist Dog

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TLC Whole Life Dog Food Puppy Review

So many of you already know I love TLC Pet Food from my review with 8 year old Gracie and the 10 Things I Love About TLC Pet Food.  However, I also wanted to share with you how Echo is liking the food and why I recommend it for a growing dog.  Echo thinks TLC Pet…… Continue reading TLC Whole Life Dog Food Puppy Review

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Echo’s First Days at Home and Puppy Tips

This last Friday, March 25th, was a very special day. We went and picked up Echo from Releashed Rescue in Georgia. Echo has been with us for four nights now and it has been quite the adventure! Echo’s First Days:  I am convinced we have the smartest puppy on the planet. The first night home he…… Continue reading Echo’s First Days at Home and Puppy Tips

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Canine Dental Health

Canine dental health is important part of our dogs health that can be easy to forget about. Just like with humans, keeping up your dog’s teeth and gums is extremely important. You wouldn’t ignore it if you or your child had a cavity or gum disease, so do not ignore it when your dog does!…… Continue reading Canine Dental Health

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Shed Happens…Husky Shedding Begins

I have noticed on several of the husky groups I follow on Facebook that some huskies have began to blow their coats. Now for you non husky people out there, “blowing coat” refers to when a Siberian Husky, or any double coated dog, sheds their undercoat in the matter of a few weeks. As you…… Continue reading Shed Happens…Husky Shedding Begins