5 Dog Breeds That Are Losing Popularity

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It seems to be that dog breeds come and go. A movie with a dog as a main character may spark a surge in people adopting that breed. Sometimes an internet streaming camera of a breed of puppies or a favorite musician or movie star who owns a particular breed may influence the adoption rates [...]

NY State Law Increases The Fines For Stealing A Pet

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A new law now increases the maximum fine for stealing, harming, or transporting someone’s pet without their consent from $200 to $1,000 in New York State. According to Lohud this is the first time in 44 years that fine has been raised. With the rising number of pet thefts being reported and the recognition that [...]

Pet Events in October in the USA

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Fall is here! October is full of pet-friendly events that will be fun, educational, and still taken advantage of the great cool weather. The days are getting shorter but it doesn’t mean the fun stops for you and your pets! Check out some of the events listed below and if you’re not near these, check [...]

World Rabies Day – September 28th 2014

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On Sunday, September 28th, the world will raise awareness and help prevent the spread of rabies through various events being held worldwide by different organizations. Some will be educational lectures and presentations while others will be fundraisers and low cost or free rabies vaccines clinics set up in cities around the globe. The annual event [...]

Back To School Blues: Pets and Change

For some of us, school has started and for others, we are getting our kids ready to embark on their first semester of college. The summer routine of day camps and small weekend getaways will end and your dog may be find her/himself alone again for 8 to 9 hours a day. With the hustle [...]

Top 10 Reasons to Adopt a Pet

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Everyday we see ads on tv for the ASPCA, local shelters, and our local news channels often spotlight a few adoptable pets in our areas. If you’re considering getting a cat, dog, hamster, ferret, potbelly pig, or bird – adopt. Top 10 Reasons to Adopt a Pet 10. It’s Rewarding! There are estimated to be [...]

7 Silly Pics of Cats Being… Cats

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Cats, as described by non-cat people, are said to be aloof, uninterested in attention, and independent. While our cats are definitely self-sufficient in many ways, aloof and not wanting attention are not true. And cats aren’t always cool and serious. Need a mid-day break? Check out these goofballs! Your Turn, Little Human Hey guys! Wait [...]

Pets Events in September In The USA

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September can be a busy month for families as children go back to school, teachers say goodbye to their summer vacations, and our pets adjust to the schedule changes that Fall brings about. It’s an important month to stay mindful about our pet’s well-being. They can experience “back to school blues” and may mope more. [...]

Keep Your Old Pup Healthy!

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As our pets age their healthcare changes too. The activity levels slow down, runs become long walks, and your dog may not be able to jump and catch that frisbee the way she used to when she was a young, silly pup. Want to keep your buddy healthy as she enters her twilight years? Here’s [...]

7 Reasons to Adopt an Adult Dog

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Thinking of adding a new pooch to the place? Not sure if you can deal with the puppy stages again? An adult dog is a great choice if you’re thinking of expanding your family. Even if you already have a dog, an adult dog makes a great addition to your home. Here’s 7 Reasons an [...]

5 Tips for Hiking With Your Dog

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Outdoor activities increase when the weather warms up. If you and your furry best friend love going for hikes, make sure both of you are prepped and ready for the mileage. 5 Tips for Hiking With Your Dog Check that the trail is pet-friendly. Some parks allow dogs on trails and others do not. If [...]

Prevent Lyme Disease

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More and more pets are coming down with Lyme disease. Lyme disease is caused by a kind of bacteria that is transmitted from an infected deer tick. When the tick attaches to the dog or cat, the bacteria enters the bloodstream and can cause many problems. Signs lameness lethargic decrease in appetite fever If you [...]

Time for a Road Trip? Don’t Forget These Tips

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Summer is here and that means the weekends are packed with things to do. From outdoor festivals and bbqs to day trips to the beach and amusement park. If you’re planning on taking vacation time and traveling with your favorite pup don’t forget the following tips. No Heads Out the Window! Although many pets find [...]

FIght the Fleas! Tips on prevention

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It’s spring and this means that fleas are back. Although fleas can be a year round problem, the warmer months prove to be especially annoying. How to find out if your pet has fleas Black specks on your pet or in your dog’s bed may be “flea dirt” – the fecal matter from adult fleas. [...]

Summer Shedding Tips

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Summer is here and that means our cats and dogs that have been lightly or moderately shedding as the temperatures have been rising will most likely go into what feels like overdrive shedding. You would think it’s their job to shed. I’ve started finding tufts of fur on the pet beds I have for my [...]

How To Help Your Dog Adjust To A Divorce

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Sometimes relationships don’t work out and it is best for everyone to split. Just as you, your ex, and (if you have some) the children are affected by the energy and emotional vibes, your pet is affected. She’s used to everyone and may still be extremely bonded to both adults. Moving to a new place, [...]

Prevent Feline High-Rise Syndrome

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Cats may have excellent balance and can right themselves from a fall, but this doesn’t mean they are invincible. Any pet parent who lives in a tall building and has a patio area knows how nice it is to sit out there. It’s also great to share that space with your cat. However, cats hanging [...]

Tips for Handling Pet Loss

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One of my cats died not too long ago and since then, my other cat howls more, looks for affection, and sometimes looks for his sister. As for me, I was upset and sad for a while and missed my cat a lot. She had habits that I got used to over the 16 years [...]

Pet Events In August In The USA

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August is a great time to plan a trip in the US that includes not just your human family, but your pets as well. Summer events are at their peak, with lots of things taking place outdoors, which always makes it easier to bring your dog along to join in the fun. Of course, there [...]

Time to Sell Your Home? Have a Pet? Tips to Help Make That Sale

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Years ago when we were selling our place, there were many tips the realtor gave us to make the home more attractive to potential buyers. We were told to touch up the paint around the doorways and windowsills, get the wooden floors re-sanded and polished, and keep it tidy for open houses. We were also [...]

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