Dog Hashtags for Instagram

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Using Hashtags on Instagram can truly help your account grow organically. It’s what we all strive for and finding a variety of dog hashtags may not always be so easy since so many are super saturated with posts. I’ve been reading a lot of blogs on finding hashtags to use on Instagram and honestly, they are all relatively similar but it does work and help. First you will want to find a unique hashtag for your post. Make this #soithasneverbeenused. After this, you can use around 8-12 hashtags that are…

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Service Dogs and the Life of One

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There are many dogs who are capable of becoming a Service Dog. Not every dog can handle the job, and it certainly does take a special dog to become one. A dog of any breed can be a Service Dog. I’ll be discussing the life of my service dog although I won’t go into detail about why I have her. Service Dogs live a hard working but rewarding and fun life. The standard breeds most commonly seen as Service Dogs are Golden Retrievers, Labrador Retrievers, Poodles, and German Shepherds. These…

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4 Fantastic Exercising Tips for your German Shepherd

Exercising German Shepherds
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If you own or ever met a German Shepherd, you’ll understand just how full of energy they can be. Of course there are exceptions to this but the majority of them are highly active. With this energy though you also have a very smart dog who is willing to learn and wants to please you, their owner. Here are some ideas for exercising German Shepherds. We know they are often used as police and military dogs or as protection dogs for personal use as well. How can you train them…

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All About the Pomeranian

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If you are planning to purchase, adopt, or rescue a Pomeranian I hope this will help you decide if it is the right dog for you and/or your family. Pomeranians are totally unique dogs full of personality. They are sometime called poms for short. Pomeranian History In the early days the Pomeranian had ancestors that were larger dogs used for herding sheep and protecting livestock. They were recognized by the English Kennel Club (EKC) in 1870. This breed become more recognized and popular after Queen Victoria started breeding and showing…

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All About the Australian Shepherd

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Australian Shepherd The Australian Shepherd also known as an Aussie comes in 3 different sizes. These sizes are toy, miniature, and standard. They all share the same characteristics though which is fantastic. The variety of sizes can be helpful for apartment living or housing weight restrictions if you want this particular breed. Aussie’s are friendly and energetic and excel in farm life but can also be good in a suburban setting if they have a large backyard and get plenty of exercise. They aren’t best suited for city life unless the…

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