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Friday, July 27, 2012
I always wonder how people choose their dog’s name. Do dog lover’s look at the meaning of their dog’s name or do they choose their dog’s name because of the way it sounds? There are great female names for dogs. Here are the best girl dog names and the meaning behind them.

  • Molly a name used for a bright star. Your dog is alert and fun.
  • Dixie is one fond of the South. Dixie is cute and loves to cuddle.
  • Lucy brings riches. Your dog comforts you in times of distress.
  • Maya is the precious one. Maya is the gem that keeps you going each day.
  • Daisy conjures up images of the sun and the beginning of the day. Your dog inspires you.
  • Princess is on a pedestal in your heart and has the keys to your kingdom.
  • Libby is God’s promise. Libby is always in your thoughts.
  • Dakota is a beautiful tribal name. Your dog is strong and powerful.
  • Maggie is a pearl. Your pooch is beautiful on the inside.
  • Lady is in charge. Lady dominants your life and home.

    by Joy Randel

    Joy Randel is the owner of DazzleDogDelight.com, an online store that offers a variety of high quality dog products. You can find everything from designer designer dog supplies to organic dog shampoo reviews. We are passionate about dogs and would love to send you a FREE e-Guide on how to solve barking problems and other great info. Get your FREE e-Guide now at www.DazzleDogDelight.com.

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  • Tuesday, July 10, 2012


    Sometimes it's a high-pitched whistle. In other, otherwise quiet moments, it might break the silence as a low grumbly sigh. Perhaps you notice it most as that plaintive yelp emerging from behind a closed bedroom or backyard door. Regardless of pitch or timbre, canine whining can present a real problem for the sensitive ears of the human members of a pooch's pack.

    Why do dogs whine? When considering how to stop dog whining, it is useful to examine possible causes of your pal's bothersome noises. Dogs whine for a variety of reasons, but some of the most common are: submission/appeasement, excited greeting, boredom/attention-seeking, and anxiety. What is important to know about each of these categories of dog-whininess is that they constitute rationales for the dog's behavior. Put simply, your dog is whining because he or she thinks it will result in some basic need being met. The trick is to divert your dog's attention and train her to use other options for communication. For example, if she is whining because she is bored or wants you to play with her, it is important to not only ignore her completely when she whines, but also to reward her for being quiet. Rewards can come both in the form of treats or simply initiating play with her when she is quiet and calm.

    It's a question as old as dog-companionship itself: How to stop a dog from whining? The answer is both simple and maddeningly complex: identify the root cause of the whining and then provide your dog suitable alternatives to the habitual behavior. This is a process that will take careful observation, patience, and compassion. But a happy dog and a living room free of whistles, yelps, and grumbly sighs will most certainly be worth your effort and hard work.

    by Joy Randel

    Joy Randel is the owner of DazzleDogDelight.com, an online store that offers a variety of high quality dog products. You can find everything from designer designer dog supplies to organic dog shampoo reviews. We are passionate about dogs and would love to send you a FREE e-Guide on how to solve barking problems and other great info. Get your FREE e-Guide now at www.DazzleDogDelight.com.

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    Sunday, July 1, 2012


    Dog intestinal worms can be a major problem for any pet owner. To keep your dog safe and healthy, it is important to be able to identify dog worms symptoms. A simple google search provides a lot of useful information on dog intestinal worms -- and a host of unsavory images. The easiest to identify, most telltale symptom of worms is that familiar "butt-scoot" across the carpet. Dogs do this in an attempt to relieve the extreme itching around the anus that results from an infestation of intestinal parasites.

    Beyond this early symptom it is important to look for other signs of worms including: sudden weight loss, swollen belly, and worms and/or blood in the stool. Any one of these symptoms warrants a call to your veterinarian. However, when these features of intestinal parasites are taken together, it is important to call your pet's health care provider as soon as possible.

    Some pet owners wonder, "Are dog worms contagious?" The nutshell answer to this question comes in the form of a bit of age-old wisdom: better safe than sorry. Since worm larvae can penetrate human skin, it is important to keep at least a pair of socks on when sharing space with an infected dog. It is especially important to keep babies away from areas where an infected dog spends his time, as a parasite infection can prove fatal to an infant.

    Treating dog worms is a fairly simple affair. Your dog will be given two doses of medication, approximately two weeks apart. What is important during this time is that proper sanitation practices are observed to reduce the risk of spreading the infection to other animals or people. Treating worms in dogs requires nothing more than diligence in both making sure your dog gets the proper doses of medication (or "wormer") and keeping the area where he spends his time clean and free of anything that might transmit the infection to others.

    by Joy Randel

    Joy Randel is the owner of DazzleDogDelight.com, an online store that offers a variety of high quality dog products. You can find everything from designer designer dog supplies to organic dog shampoo reviews. We are passionate about dogs and would love to send you a FREE e-Guide on how to solve barking problems and other great info. Get your FREE e-Guide now at www.DazzleDogDelight.com.

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