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How I Saved Over $300 Every Year of Owning a Dog

While I was working on an earlier article regarding the total cost of owning a dog, I could see that the numbers quickly started to add up in the spreadsheet. So I started to look into several of the different posts and decided to see if I could improve each of them, one at a time. And the first I …

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9 Things You Should Know Before Getting a Labradoodle

Living with a dog can easily be one of the best things in the world, but different breeds have different needs. Getting a Labradoodle can be one of the greatest decisions of your life, but this article is a list of several things current Labradoodle owners wish they knew before getting one. 1. Amount of Care and Grooming Needed By …

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Why Is My Labradoodle Not Eating – What Can I Do?

If you are used to your dog eating pretty much anything it can get close to, suddenly having it unable to eat anything can be quite scary, and there can be quite a few different reasons for why it won’t eat. Why is my Labradoodle not eating? When a Labradoodle won’t eat, it is referred to as anorexia. Because a …

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How Fast Can A Labradoodle Run? – 8 Genuine Tests!

I love throwing balls or discs with my Labradoodle, and watching him sprint made me curious to find out how fast a Labradoodle actually could run. A young and healthy Labradoodle can outrun most humans and is able to sprint at over 35 miles per hour for short periods of time. You don’t have to race your Labradoodle many times before finding …

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Labradoodle Exercise Needs – And A Common Mistake

Exercising a Labradoodle is a must as it is usually a dog with good amounts of energy and a mind that needs to be challenged to be satisfied. But what is a Labradoodle exercise needs generally like? A normal healthy adult Labradoodle requires around 1 hour of exercise each day. If you have a less demanding labradoodle 45 minutes might …

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Labradoodle and Cat – Will it Work?

We’ve all heard the term, “fighting like cats and dogs”, but is it really true that cats and dogs are natural enemies, and that they will never be able to live together? Of course not, but some breeds of dogs are certainly better suited for living together with a cat than others. If you want to have both a dog …