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Can You Give A Dog Melatonin? ( Benefits, Side Effect, Dosage )

As dog owners, we love and treasure our pets.

We want to provide them with the best possible care and know we are making the best choices regarding their health and wellness.

When I am struggling with lack of sleep and feeling down, sometimes a little melatonin can work wonders, but have you ever wondered, "Can you give a dog melatonin?"

If your dog seems to have the blues, melatonin can help naturally in supplement form.

It's a good idea to always talk to your veterinarian before giving your pets any medications or supplements but administered properly, melatonin does have some powerful benefits for our canine friends.

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Can Dogs Eat Pears? Quick Answer

Can dogs eat pears?

The short answer is, yes --- dogs can eat pears, and it can be part of a balanced diet. According to the American Kennel Club, pears are a healthy snack, full of vitamin C, vitamin A, and fiber.

The first pear that my dog ate was actually by accident.

I like to cut up my pears into bite-size pieces and place them in a plate. I left the room momentarily and came back to a missing pear slice, with a dog that was busy chewing away.

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Yorkie, Dog Breed Facts And Characteristics

If you are thinking of adopting a new puppy or dog, it is good to know you have many questions about the breed.  

It shows you take pet ownership seriously, and want it to be a great experience.

Do you want to know what to expect, how to prepare for any potential problems, and what the Yorkshire Terrier breed (Yorkie) is really like?  

As I am one of the many people who love these dogs, I decided to share information with you.

You will know everything you need to know before you choose a Yorkie and take him home.

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Smells Dogs Hate,All You Need To Know About!

Smells dog hate

We all know dogs have a keen sense of smell, but it's beyond belief how super this canine sense of smell is.  

There is even smells dog dislike, say top veterinarians sharing details about dog skills on various social networking websites.  

While it's known that dogs also hate smells humans dislike, it is interesting to note that dogs and masters do not like the smell of ammonia, vinegar and such things as nail polish

Another aspect of a dog's sense of smell is linked to unsavory habits that human masters need to be mindful about.

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