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DOGS & US

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Zippy Dynamics aims to provide dogs with protection and comfort all year round, from rainy summer days to frigid winter nights. When it comes to the owner, their convenience is of utmost importance to us. After a walk or play in the dirt, on the beach, wherever, the owner can rest assure that their dog will come home clean and dry.

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WHY DO DOGS LICK YOU

Dogs and puppies are among the most loving and friendly animals you will ever have as pets. Although your love for them is not bound to come individually, you may make them wear the best dog rainco... read more

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WHAT COLORS DO DOGS SEE

When you add a furry friend to your home, you are super excited, and on the other side, your dog friend could be exciting. And Yes, it could be more exciting than buying new designer dog clothes fo... read more

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MY DOG SLEEPS WITH ME

Dogs of almost any breed, age, and size love to lay close to or on top of their owners, whether sleeping or lounging on the couch. Does your dog rest in your bed with you? Or do they try to, but yo... read more

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THE RISK OF DOG DISEASE

If you bought a new doggy or are about to get one for your family, it’s common to wonder about the multiple common diseases such as obesity, Hypothermia disease, and ear infections to prepare yours... read more

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RESPONSIBLE DOG OWNERSHIP

When choosing to add a pet to the family, you may spend more time focusing on the joy and delight you expect your new pet to bring. While pets can positively deliver happiness and joy, they also co... read more

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MEASURES TO PROTECT YOUR DOG

Pet parents always worry about something happening to their dogs while away. Because the earth is full of risks and hazards, danger lurks around every crossroad, and it can affect our dogs in the b... read more

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Travel with your dog

Planning a trip is stressful, no matter the circumstances. You have a whole new list of things to worry about when you want to include the family pet in your plans, including packing the right equi... read more

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Dogs feel jealousy

Do dogs get jealous? And if they do sense injustice, what can dog parents do to work through it and treat everyone the same? The truth is that dogs can get jealous. Many dog owners are sure that th... read more

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DOGS FEEL ANXIETY

Dogs have been one of the most intimate domesticated animals to men who live with them. In most circumstances, they bond so that they represent another family member, which is why their behavior di... read more

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THINGS DOGS LOVE

Everyone understands most dogs love eating, playing, and napping regularly. Still, some of their more unusual activities may have you cocking your head in confusion. Though dogs can't put their lov... read more

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THINGS DOGS HATE

Generally, hugs, not being able to sniff, lack of routine, and other things are all things that dogs hate or dislike. And mostly, dogs love everything about their owner. Dogs also actively help red... read more

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THINGS DOGS AFRAID OF

Dogs are usually surrendered or abandoned because of behavioral issues related to fear. It's not unusual for dogs to be frightened of thunder, firecrackers, or other noisy sounds. Consider your dog... read more

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TIME WITH YOUR DOG

Executive of Canine Great Citizen. Mary Birch says that investing 30 minutes to one hour of dynamic recess with your canine can be sufficient to wear them out. Too many dogs spend most of their liv... read more

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RELATIONSHIP WITH YOUR DOG

Whether you have a puppy or a grown-up dog or have been together for a day or several years, you can always do some unique things to enhance a close relationship. Building a relationship with a dog... read more

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PROTECT YOUR DOG

Many of them are never found, and their owners will wonder what happened to the pet they adored for the rest of their lives. We hope you never have to go through the heartbreak of losing your deare... read more

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CALMEST DOGS, LOUDEST DOGS

It is observed that in the last couple of years, many of us have added new friends to our families as Calmest dogs or Loudest Dogs. According to the Kennel Club reporting, dog ownership has risen b... read more

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FASTESTS DOGS, SLOWESTS DOGS

The Fastest Dogs: The fastest dogs are initially bred for hunting and herding purposes. However, they excel at skill and speed and need muscular exercise to expend their extra energy. Here are fact... read more

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BIG DOGS, SMALL DOGS

Small and Big dogs can get along beautifully and can be seen while sharing same beds too. However, as with all doggy bedfellows, you mustn't show favoritism and try to evade situations that can lea... read more

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BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE

Physical and emotional care of your puppy is far-reaching means very important. The first thing to do is to make sure you create an environment where your puppy feels safe around you. Creating a nu... read more

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PUPPY SOCIALIZATION

Socialization is the procedure of preparing your dog to enjoy interactions and be comfortable with other animals, people, places, and activities. It enables your puppy to be comfortable in your env... read more

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NEW PUPPY

Moving to a new home with a new family can cause stress for dogs, and it can undoubtedly cause anxiety for you, too. However, you can make the transition easier on both of you by doing a little adv... read more

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STAY DRY

There are multiple aspects behind the dog's disliking of water. One of the core reasons is its less exposure to the same. Additional dogs are freaked out by water because they don't like to get wet... read more

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STAY WARM

There's a lot to be ready for winter weather. But, just like we're affected by the cold, our dogs are too, specifically tiny and medium breeds that need clothing. So here are a few simple steps you... read more

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STAY CLEAN

Dogs seem to feel the smelliest smells and the muddiest puddles like bees to honey. It is incredible how quickly a dog can get dirty. But if you take care of your dogs daily and clean, it would eve... read more

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DOG HARNESS VS COLLARS

Whether you buy a collar or harness for your dog for the first time or replace one that's wearing out, it's essential to understand that an assortment of collars and harnesses work for different do... read more

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THINGS DOGS LOVE

Dogs have many exercises and movements that make them happy, comfortable and enjoy doing it. It is simply a concern of sense, nature, and social preferences. So, although dogs love the amazing thin... read more

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DOGS ADOPTION

Dog adoption is the procedure of transferring responsibility for a dog previously owned by another person or shelter group. Some groups give adopters possession of the dog, while others use a guard... read more

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THERAPY DOGS

Therapy Dogs are trained dogs, enormously skilled by experts for people’s support. These dogs are trained to accomplish their duties in retirement homes, hospitals, schools, and disaster areas. In ... read more

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SERVICE DOGS

Service Dogs are trained to assist people with disability. These dogs are trained by their handlers or professional to deal with the affected people in various manner. These dogs are also known as ... read more

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RESCUE DOGS

Rescue dogs are those highly trained by expert trainers to help rescue workers in their job. The rescue team’s job is to help the people in any dangerous situations as disaster, earthquake, plane c... read more

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CAN CATS AND DOGS BE FRIENDS?

We've all heard the phrase "fighting like a cat and dog," but can dogs and cats actually get along? Friendships between dogs and cats can develop quickly. It is life experiences with members of oth... read more

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KICKING FEET AFTER POOPING

Is it necessary for your dog to come to a halt and scratch the lawn after doing his business? While it may appear that he is acting strangely, he is methodically claiming his territory, letting all... read more

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DOGS SHAKE OFF WATER

So you've just finished washing your adorable little munchkin and are going to get a towel to dry him off, but he's quick enough to shake himself dry. Have you ever wondered why your dog does this ... read more

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DOG TRUSTS YOU

Dogs are the most loyal ones on the planet that we could’ve ever asked for. Their love for their owners is unconditional in every aspect. But to build a successful relationship with your four-legge... read more

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SHAKING TOYS

Dogs are, without a doubt, one of the sweetest pets on the earth. However, some of their conduct might be a little rough at times, but it's charming at the same time. One of them might be shaking t... read more

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NON STOP PULLING

Morning treks with your energetic young one maybe both invigorating and relaxing. Your dog loves going for walks with you because it enjoys exploring the outside world. But why are they pulling on ... read more

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DOG CARRYING STICK

Dogs, particularly pups, use their jaws to discover the world: thus seeking for and trying to pick up sticks is normal. Nature's dog toy is a stick. They come in various sizes, so no matter how big... read more

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PUPPY BITING

Biting is a dog's capacity to regulate the power with which he bites. While a puppy or dog hasn't acquired bite inhibition with men, he doesn't understand the delicacy of human flesh and bites too ... read more

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DOGS LICK THEIR PAWS

Dogs lick or bite their paws for several reasons. Accidents, skin issues, ecological, parasites, or food sensitivities, as well as boredom or worry, are examples of these. Dogs lick their paws on p... read more

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Why Does My Dog Scoot?

Many dog lovers might recall a dreadful experience. You are in your living room with a few visitors. When your dog begins shamelessly scooting their bottom across the floor in front of everyone. Sc... read more

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Clean Up After Your Dog

Pick up after your dog isn't the most pleasurable task. Let's face it: it's revolting! It may be tempting to ignore this chore, but doing so is not only terrible for the environment and public heal... read more

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PUPPY HOUSE- TRAINING

Housebreaking your dog or puppy takes time, dedication, and a great deal of consistency. Accidents are unavoidable throughout the house-training procedure, but by following some simple house-traini... read more

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Healthy Teeth= Happy Dog

Our dentist continually tells us how essential it is to take care of our teeth, and most of us don't think of leaving home in the morning or tucking ourselves into bed every night without first bru... read more

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Healthy Eyes= Happy Dog

It would seem that the eyes are the portals to the soul & this is especially true for dogs, who can convey so much via their expressions in their eyes. And those eyes have gotten sharper and mo... read more

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Healthy Ears = Happy Dog

Summer is a fantastic time to take your dog swimming, but did you know that even a harmless dip might cause your dog to get an ear infection? We consider your dog's ear to be its own "mini-environm... read more

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Dog’s Facial Muscles

According to the researchers, domestication changed the structure of dogs' facial muscles interact with humans. Dogs can lift the inner brow intensely, but wolves cannot, and behavioral evidence su... read more

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Wolf Became Dog

Long before your four-legged best buddy learned to retrieve tennis balls or watch sports from the couch, his predecessors were wild creatures competing with us, often violently. So, how has this co... read more

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Benefits of Having a Dog

Most dog owners are aware of the immediate benefits of sharing their lives with companion animals.  However, We are ignorant of the physical and mental health advantages that may come along with th... read more

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The Importance of Dog’s socializing

Veterinarians and animal behaviorists alike suggest that your puppy be socialized from a young age to assist you & your dog live a happy life together.  Socialization teaches your dog how to re... read more

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Do Dogs Dream?

You may have questioned if your dog is dreaming if you've ever noticed them twitching, chattering, or moving their paws while sleeping. Yes, it is correct. Dogs have dreams, too. As a result, scien... read more

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