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  • Top 5 Cat Treats

    from Choose Dog Adoption

    Monday June 9th, 2014 at 05:40 AM


    Are you shopping for treats for your beloved cats? Then you must be looking into all the fine details included in the product label and checking each one of the items in the ingredients list. Meticulous cat owners do this, as it is important to give your pet only the best when it comes to treats and daily nutrition. To help you out in making a choice as to which to get, here are the top 5 cat treats to spoil your kitties with:

    1. Greenies Feline

    Greenie Feline treats always make it to the...

  • Cesar Millans New Television Show Helping New Adopted Dog Families

    from Choose Dog Adoption

    Wednesday October 23rd, 2013 at 05:57 AM


    Now, with his new special on NatGeo WILD, its Cesar to the rescue as he helps adopting families avoid Doggie Nightmares and learn how to raise the perfect dog.

    My Adopted Benny (Stealing my bed, I know, its not allowed ) The Second Dog Is Our Adopted Lab (from my stepson) Duke. Duke Became Blind For His 13 Years Of Life. It Was NOT An Issue For Him. Duke Lived A Wonderful Doggie Life. The Third Picture Is My Golden Welcoming Shorty, Our Latest (now passed on at age 5 years old) Adopted Dog.


  • Golden Retriever Adoption. Tips If The Golden Is Really For You

    from Choose Dog Adoption

    Saturday July 28th, 2012 at 09:33 PM


    My own Nikki Golden


    First, You Need To Know And Understand The Breed. Like Cesar Millan Always Says,- First Dog, Then Breed, Then Pet


    Understanding your breed is the first step to be happy with your new dog. There are only two outcomes here, first, the dog owners did not know or understand the breed, and were unhappy, or, they knew he breed, and were ecstatic. Before you adopt, you do need to understand your breed of dog, in this...

  • A Tale to Tell- A Tale From Puppy Mill Rescue

    from Choose Dog Adoption

    Tuesday December 20th, 2011 at 02:35 AM

    A Tale to Tell It is our holiday pleasure to tell you about A Tale to Tell, an organization that works tirelessly to rescue dogs from puppy mills in rural Pennsylvania and other states. Learn how the Dr. Janes HealthyPetNet Foundation financial award helped Ava and Maryann, two unfortunate dogs who never walked on grass, drank or ate from a bowl, played with a toy or had a bed to call their own. Read the latest news now

  • Blind Dogs – Tips For Helping Them Feel Comfortable

    from Choose Dog Adoption

    Thursday January 20th, 2011 at 09:04 PM

    Its not that hard to own a blind dog we had one for 13 years. Duke: First, let me tell you how Duke, my blind dog became my dog. Dukie belonged to my husbands son. He was a birthday gift to my stepson from his girlfriend. Unfortunately, my stepson was not able to raise a dog, so he gave him to my husband. Read the wholw story here

    As veterinary medicine advances, dogs are living increasingly longer. The more the age is advancing the more diseases are becoming unavoidable. Problems with...

  • What MLK can teach us about leadership – According To Cesar Millan

    from Choose Dog Adoption

    Saturday January 15th, 2011 at 09:32 PM

    Tomorrow marks the 25th anniversary of the holiday celebrating the life and leadership of the great Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The American hero changed life as everyone knew it and made it better. That is true leadership. side effects in men The millions who followed him from all walks of life worked together to change the world. That is the power of the pack. And he projected the ideal energy for a leader calm, assertive.

    Read more from Cesar about mastering leadership.

  • Choosing a Puppy

    from Choose Dog Adoption

    Tuesday January 11th, 2011 at 04:34 AM

    Cesars Way The #1 New York Times Bestseller (Hardcover)

    Under Construction,

  • A Few Tips on Dog Adoption – A Rescued Dog Just Knows What You Did!

    from Choose Dog Adoption

    Thursday January 6th, 2011 at 09:02 PM

    Dont You REALLY Want To Adopt A Dog? Instead Of Buying Dog

    photo credit: annrkiszt

    Dog adoption is not something to be taken lightly or without forethought, especially if you plan to give a home to a shelter dog.

    One way you can help fewer dogs be put to sleep is adopting a dog from a shelter. You need to understand that most of these dogs have issues, or they wouldnt be there in the first place. Make sure you select a dog that you and your family get along with.

    Its best not to adopt a puppy...

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