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    Milk Thistle for your Doberman

    Posted on June 7, 2015 by in Health

    First of all I want to put your mind at rest that milk thistle is safe for dogs.  Please read the complete article at the is link:  Article by Dogs Naturally Mag.    Below is a summary and my own input. Consider Milk Thistle Milk thistle is a flower in the Aster family. A native […]

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  • How to post cropped Doberman ears

    Posted on December 21, 2014 by in Breeding, Health

    How to post cropped Doberman ears-  I have posted this video as it is simple and easy to follow. Ear cropping of the Doberman  is usually done at approximately  7 to 8 weeks of age. For the first 7 days after ear cropping, your pup will remain in his rack (or cup), with sutures holding […]

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    Doberman Stress can be high during Holidays.

    Posted on November 21, 2014 by in Health

      Doberman Stress can be high during Holidays. 5 tips to keep them calm and safe  We all know that Dobermans are one of the most sensitive breeds to how you and the household is feeling.  I had a Doberman that would instantly toss his cookies if I was very upset about something in my […]

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    Raw Food Diet for Dogs

    Posted on January 6, 2014 by in Health

    Raw Food Diet for Dogs There are lots of ways to do this.   I am lazy and basically have no desire to cook so I came up with my own version of raw feeding for my Dobies, Cyrus and Zsa Zsa. I decided to try a raw food diet for dogs because Zsa Zsa had […]

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    Dog Food can you afford $2.67 per day?

    Posted on November 5, 2013 by in Health

    Premium Dog Food: Information source- Petco Your Dobie’s nutritional needs are based on age, activity level, temperament, environment and physical makeup. Look for a food that fits your Dobie and the environment rather than breed, breed and size. If you’re unsure about what to feed your pet, contact your veterinarian. Premium dog foods typically have higher quality […]

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  • Albino Doberman

    Posted on September 14, 2013 by in Breeding, Health

      Information about the Albino Doberman First paragraph is by Rochelle Fisher “For the Love of Dobermans” I want to start this by stating that the goal of publishing this article about Albinos is to shed light on the facts as they have been researched by the DCPA.  I am not publishing this to say […]

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  • Advanced Veterinary Services

    Posted on August 4, 2013 by in Health

    Veterinary Specialist-A Life Saver When You Need It A veterinary cardiologist you say? Yes, pet owners should know there are many veterinary services specialists practicing targeted medicine; cardiologists, surgeons, internal medicine specialists, oncologists, radiologists, neurologists, emergency and critical care specialists and dental specialists. Veterinary specialists have advanced training in a particular field of veterinary medicine.  […]

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  • Natural Dog Anxiety Relief

    Posted on July 5, 2013 by in Health

    Rescue Remedy and Bach Flower Remedies for Dogs  Eliminate or reduce dog anxiety associated with fireworks, thunder,  car rides and separation. Animals have emotions too. They feel fear, anger, jealousy, depression, happiness and joy just like us. The Bach Flower Remedies are able to help our dogs when they have negative emotions just as they help […]

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  • How Old is Your Dog

    Posted on June 13, 2013 by in Health

    Age is a tricky situation when it comes to Dobermans. I love this pictogram about what your Dobermans actual age is. It can be challenging for you to understand that your active 6-year-old is really 48 years old in human years. I would like to shed some light on how you can support your 6-year-old […]

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  • Stomach Bloat in Dogs is Deadly and Progresses Rapidly

    Posted on June 3, 2013 by in Health

    Because stomach bloat in dogs can be dangerous, never try and diagnose the cause of your dog’s stomach trouble yourself. If your dog’s abdomen looks bloated or unusual, get your pet to a veterinary hospital or emergency veterinarian immediately, as timing can be critical. Some causes of stomach bloat in dogs include: Bloat / Gastric […]

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