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Protection Dog News
With the ownership of a family protection dog, it is important to be aware of the health risks that could pose a possible threat to your dogs well being. Just like a human, dogs are susceptible to cancer and tumors. In fact, cancer rates have been skyrocketing in both humans and canines in recent years....
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American troops in Afghanistan and Iraq have been taking assistance from military personal protection dogs for several years. These trained dogs perform crucial tasks like bomb detection with their handlers. They also undergo intense training before they are put on-duty. Guarding the Man-Kind Since Early Times Dogs have worked alongside armed forces on battlefields for...
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The Truth About Tick Season Many pet owners think tick season occurs during the winter months but you should know that it actually begins in early spring. Usually, ticks are not detected until 6-7 months post infection. This usually falls during winters, however, in the spring is when you should be more cautious about your...
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Canine cops are quite smart Рthey possess an amazing sense of smell which allows them to uncannily sniff out those drugs that you have been hiding in your bag. But if you try to harm them in an effort to get them to leave you alone, you could end up being charged with a federal...
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Military working dogs (MWD) will finally find a home with their former handlers upon returning from war or completion of their service in the American Military. The passing of the 2016 National Defense Authorization Act has changed the rules associated with retiring dogs on foreign soil, making it easier to bring them back home and...
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