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Here are the top ten articles for the Dogs Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Names for Dogs - G, H, & I
Here´s a list of dog names beginning alphabetically with G, H, & I
2. Clean Ears - Healthy Dog
Ear care should be part of your regular grooming routine. By checking your dog´s ears often you´ll notice signs of irritation early and help prevent painful, often hard to treat ear infections. Setting up a regular weekly schedule can benefit everyone, especially your dog!
3. Doggy Alzheimer's Disease
Canine Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome causes disorientation, confusion, memory loss and personality changes that are very similar to Alzheimer´s Disease in humans. Don´t assume that changes in your senior dog´s behavior are just a natural part of aging.
4. Names for Dogs by Country of Origin
Here´s a list of names for dogs by country of origin...
5. Air Travel Guide
Read and compare airline pet travel policies
6. Reverse Sneezing in Dogs
what is reverse sneezing and when should you be worried?
7. Mushrooms - Deadly Poisons in Your Own Backyard
Many dog owners don't realize that some of the mushrooms growing in their yard are highly toxic and can kill the dog who eats them.
8. Air Travel – How Safe is Your Pet?
This recently has come into the headlines when this past August, seven of 14 puppies traveling from Tulsa to Chicago died. The death was linked to the high temperatures in the plane’s cargo. With 122 canine deaths reported from 2005 to 2010, how safe is flight travel for your pet?
9. The American Eskimo Dog
American Eskimo Dogs are great pets, great family companions, loyal and protective. They come in three sizes and weights, read on to see if they might be the perfect fit for you!
10. Autumn Threats for Dogs
The autumn brings upon us a glorious canvas of multicoloured trees and shrubs. However, this time of year can pose threats to our pet as we head outside to enjoy the cooler temperatures and our scenery. Read on to see what you can do to enjoy the fall season and keep your dog safe too!
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