Water Safety Tips

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Summer is here! As I’ve floated down the Willamette River a few times I’ve seen other people floating or rowing down the river with their furry best friends. Whether you are going to take your pup out for a day at the lake or have a backyard pool, don’t forget to make sure they are [...]

Delta Airlines Lets You Track Your Pet’s Comfort in Flight

For years airlines have tried to make flying with pets comfortable for the pet, the other passengers, and you. Some airlines have restricted the size of a pet to prevent pets being in the cargo area where temperatures fluctuate and can harm or even kill pets. Other airlines will not allow pets on flights during [...]

Watch For Lyme Disease

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Warmer weather means the parasites are out and about looking for hosts. Ticks can be troublesome, especially if you hike and camp or live in a rural area. Tick borne diseases like Lyme Disease can cause your pet extreme discomfort. Lyme Disease is an infection caused by bacteria and it is spread by the bite [...]

Pets Help Heal Broken Hearts

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Breakups, divorce, loss of a loved one bring about a lot of emotions and can leave us feeling hurt, sad, physically exhausted, and depressed. It can take months, weeks, days to heal from loss. But there is help. An article from the Huffington Post talks about how pets can help heal a broken heart. The [...]

5 Items That Are Dangerous To Pets

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Our homes have cleaners, medications, and other items that are needed but can be dangerous to our pets. We can be as careful as humanly possible and still our dog might find that one piece of chocolate that fell on the floor when making cookies or your cat found that Easter lily that you swore [...]

5 Tips To Keep Pets Safe This Summer

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Sunnier days means more time outside. For our pets that can mean they are susceptible to problems that aren’t around during the cooler months. Skin and ear infections rise during the summer and it’s important we do what we can to keep our buddies safe. 5 Tips For Summer Protect their skin – skin cancer [...]

Teach Your Dog To Come When Called

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One of the best tricks to teach your dog is to come back to you when you’re out and about. Imagine your dog slips her collar and runs, stops, and then looks at you – known that she will come back when called will cut down on panic that she’ll keep running or think it’s [...]

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 [...]

Puppy Versus Door Stoppers

You know those things – they keep your doorknobs from hitting the wall – and they baffle your dog. If you have ever woken up in the middle of the night to a “boing” noise, well you know it’s annoying and funny. If you haven’t ever had a dog that bewildered by the doorstopper or [...]

Rhode Island Wants to Reinstate Breed Discriminatory Laws

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Pawtucket, Rhode Island wants to retain their breed ban even though a judge found that the law is void under the state laws regarding domestic pets. However, a bill known as, H 5800, would amend the state’s animal control law that prohibits breed discriminatory laws. The Amendment would allow for a ban to stand that [...]

Ease Your Pet’s Allergies

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Spring and summer doesn’t mean we are the only ones sneezing and sniffling. Your pets may have some allergies to the changes around them as well. If your pet is showing signs of reacting to seasonal changes and has displayed some symptoms like scratching more, chewing at her paws, and hair loss from overgrooming, a [...]

Go Green: 7 Green Pet Tips

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Looking to make your pet’s lifestyle more green and safer for her? The reasons to go green (or greener) are plentiful, but the big umbrella reason is wellness. Consuming better food, reducing waste, and using products that don’t pose a danger to your pet and family make for a gentler footprint on the planet. Evaluating [...]

Cleaning the Litter Box: How Often Is Best?

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Your indoor cat has been kicking litter out of the box and onto the floor for a few days and now has finally gone to the bathroom on the floor right next to the litter box. What gives? Your cat isn’t showing signs of illness and has been playing, purring, and doing the usual cat [...]

Blind Dog is a Therapy Dog

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Smiley, a golden retriever, is doing just what his name says, making residents of a nursing home smiley. Smiley was born without eyes and rescued from a puppy mill when he was about 1 or 2 years old. When his owner, Joanne George, first adopted him, he was scared because he had never been outside [...]

Ease Your Pet’s Anxiety At The Groomers

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Some dogs don’t mind being bathed, clipped, and primped but other dogs become nervous, want to jump off the table, and run. If your dog tries to do the latter, there are ways to help make grooming time a little less nerve-wracking. It’s important to take some preventative steps to address their anxiety before it [...]

Coyotes, Raccoons, and Skunks, Oh My! Unwanted Visitors in Your Backyard

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The return of spring in some suburbs and smaller cities has meant that some beloved pets have something to worry about other than the weather, wild animals who may hurt or kill them for food. In the past, suburban areas in NJ and Indiana reported there were reports of animals missing, pets being killed in [...]

July 4th Tips for Pets to Keep Them Safe & Happy

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Dogs are sensitive to their environment and anything that seems out of the ordinary can startle them. Noises like a motorcycle revving or a big boom from an empty truck hitting a pothole can make them jump. It can also make us jump. Fireworks tend to make many animals nervous and dogs that are easily [...]

Pet Events in July in the USA

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A great way to spoil your dog is to bring them to an event where they can meet new friends, sample some great treats, and participate in competitions and contests. Attending pet events in your area is a good way to bond with your pet, spend time with the whole family, and meet other pet [...]

June 26: Take Your Dog To Work Day

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Mark your calendar and be ready to get no work done. This year’s Take Your Dog To Work Day is Friday, June 26, 2015 and it is exactly what it says – take your dog to work, show off his strut, his fancy collar, and watch him get loved like he’s a rock star. Before [...]

5 Dogs Using Cat Doors

Pets are silly creatures and when they want to go somewhere – nothing will stop them. I want to go to there I make this look easy Well, the nose made it… You told me to and then told me I’m bad? And that I’m a cat? *confused* Is this a new game?

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