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Answers on keeping your dog healthy and happy.

Whether you’re looking for information on a special dog topic, or you’re just here for fun, we’ve put together a variety of articles to make it easy for you to learn about your best friend.

At Bil-Jac, we work to keep you and your dog as happy and healthy as possible! Have an idea for an article? Submit it here.

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Bil-Jac Learning Library Taking Treats Gently
Bil-Jac Learning Library Well Being and Happiness Quiz
Bil-Jac Learning Library Is Your Dog Red?
Bil-Jac Learning Library Video Tip - Learning to Sit Up
Bil-Jac Learning Library Reasons to Adopt a Mature Dog
Bil-Jac Learning Library Articles - Taking Treats Gently
Bil-Jac Learning Library Articles - Is Your Dog Blue?
Bil-Jac Learning Library Articles - Is Your Dog Yellow?
Bil-Jac Learning Library Video Tip - Learning to Play Dead
Bil-Jac Learning Library Video Tip - Training to Wave
Bil-Jac Learning Library Video Tip - Training to Go to Place
Bil-Jac Learning Library Video Tip - Learning to Sit
Bil-Jac Learning Library Breed Library - Rottweilers
Bil-Jac Learning Library Breed Library - Mixed Breeds
Bil-Jac Learning Library Breed Library - German Shepherds
Bil-Jac Learning Library Breed Library - Bichons
Bil-Jac Learning Library Slideshow - Winter Survival Guide
Bil-Jac Learning Library Slideshow - Senior Dog Health
Bil-Jac Learning Library Slideshow - 7 Nutritional Facts worth Barking About
Bil-Jac Learning Library Slideshow - Going Grain Free?

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The Facts About Doggie Do-Do
Knowing the scoop about your best friend's poop is important - and as easy as spotting some basics.
Six Ways to Support Your Senior Dog's Health
Keeping your dog healthy at any age is something we all want. Whether your dog is seven or seventeen, you want them to be active and have a good quality of life. As your dog ages, there are things you can do to help them stay healthy.
The Benefits of Adopting a Senior Dog
There are so many great benefits to adopting senior dog! Here are just a few of our favorites!
How to Care for Your Mature Dog
Dogs can also go through some of these same adjustments as they grow older. Once dogs reach seven years of age, they are considered senior pets. Becoming a senior means adjustments in food, activity and annual vet check-ups are even more important.
Reasons to Adopt a Mature Dog
When people think about adopting a dog, they usually look at puppies first. While there are many advantages associated with adopting a puppy, adopting a mature dog may make your life even richer.
 
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