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DOG LEASH
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TIPS FOR GETTING A QUALITY DOUBLE DOG LEASH

It is often challenging to juggle walking two dogs at a time. When one turns in the opposite direction, the other may want to follow suit. Within a few minutes of walking, their leash gets all tangled up, leaving you frustrated and angry, so is using a double leash good? Well, yes, it is.  With […]

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Reverse Osmosis Water
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Why Reverse Osmosis Water Is Best For Aquarium

Reverse osmosis (RO) water is a popular water filtration method for aquariums, as it offers many benefits for your fish and plants. RO water is free of impurities, including chlorine and heavy metals, that can be toxic to your aquarium inhabitants. It also removes dissolved solids, such as nitrates and phosphates, which can cause algae […]

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Bull Terrier
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Can Bull Terrier Eat Vegetables?

It’s understandable that many dog owners would like to feed their animals human food, but it’s important to remember that Bull Terriers have different metabolic processes than people. So to say, what is safe for people may not be safe for our Bull Terrier. While there are some vegetables that dogs can eat, it must […]

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Zoo Negara tickets
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Wildlife Parks in Malaysia

Introduction Malaysia is home to expansive spaces of immaculate and ancient rainforests. As such, it has plenty of rich and rare biodiversity. Sheltering endemic species of flora and fauna in numerous wildlife parks and sanctuaries, Malaysia has put in its efforts to conserve and protect wildlife. There are more than 30 national parks. They are […]

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Bad Breath in Dogs
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Bad Breath in Dogs: Causes and Treatment

Bad breath in dogs is a common problem, but it’s one that many dog owners don’t know how to deal with. After all, we can’t exactly ask our dogs where the bad smell is coming from! There are many potential causes of bad breath in dogs, from dental problems to dietary issues. And while there […]

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Gentle Paths To Producing a Calm Dog

Humans and dogs have been best friends for thousands of years, with research indicating that domestication occurred around 11,000 years ago, at the end of the last Ice Age. Dogs were domesticated before any other known species and their bond with humans has become one of our most treasured gifts. It won’t come as a […]

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