DESIGNER PUPPYS: Everything you wanted to know about raising designer or mixed breed dogs,
featuring The BOYZ: Prince Alvin His Cuteness (on left) and Sir Simon The Sad, Cockapoo pups.

Thursday, April 5, 2012

The Best Small Dog Chew Toy - Goughnuts Green .75

Alvin Ain't Letting Anyone near His Goughnuts Green .75

Looking for the perfect small dog chew toy to prevent your pet from chewing your cell phone, furniture, the electric chords, and anything else of yours they can find?

Definitely one of the most annoying dog habits, destructive chewing can be stopped and even prevented.

Here's a recent article about the features of the superior dog chew toy called goughnuts:

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Top Ten Reasons Why Goughnuts Green .75 is the Best Small Dog Chew Toy
In general, goughnuts are manufactured and advertised as dog chew toys. Dogs cannot make a dent in these doughnut shaped hard rubbery feeling toys. The green...

Monday, April 2, 2012

Why Raising Cockapoo Dogs Requires A Different Approach Than Raising Other Dog Breeds

Simon, a 1st generation Cockapoo
Hey, every Cockapoo dog's unique - that's why these dogs are so popular.

And, because Cockapoos are a combination of Cocker Spaniel and Poodle, they require special handling. For example, they may have medical conditions common to the original dog breeds.

For example, at a year of age, Simon started limping and needed surgery to correct a condition called luxating patella. Similarly, bro Alvin started scooting (dragging his butt) and eventually had his anal glands removed. Both conditions are common surgeries for smaller dogs. A check of the Cockapoo forum revealed that this mixed breed suffers from both conditions.

Bottom line is that because Cockapoos are mixed breed dogs, their owners need to be aware of the specific characteristics of both Cocker Spaniels and Poodles. That information is spelled out in detail in this ebook:

Raising Cockapoo Dogs the Right Way.