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Pit Bulls Get The Wrong End Of The Stick

Not many people know this but I’ve grown up with dogs all my life. No, not in a Mowgli-type of way (and yes, that was a Jungle Book reference)…although that would have been really cool. It’s just that dogs have always been a part of my life in one way, or another. As a child,

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Dachshunds Dogs: Great Big Heart, Itty Bitty Legs

For July’s issue of the BARF World E-zine, we officially welcome the summer. July is host to a couple of the biggest holidays of the year: Independence Day…and of course my birthday (which is July 25th)! Since it is my birthday month, I get to write about whatever topic I want to for my article.

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How To Know If Your Dog Is Stressed

About today’s guest writer: Annette Masse (aka “Betty Bulldog”) helps offer some effective solutions to pet owners who may have pets suffering from stress and anxiety. The canine species is a sophisticated species. They communicate with each other and with their owners in subtle ways. Saying this, canines also have the same feelings we humans

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Dog Confessions: Train The Trainer

I’m embarrassed to admit that I have been a victim of the “train the trainer” syndrome. Let me start from the beginning so you will understand my dilemma. I am one of the founding owners of BARF World Inc., and am responsible for formulating the current BARF World raw meat diets. I have been manufacturing

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