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Poison Ivy and Protecting Your Pet

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I had no idea what poison ivy looks like. I had to google images of it. Where I grew up, it didn’t grow and I am not a camper. From what I understand, the ivy is three pointed leaves that change colors: Reddish in the spring Green in the summer Yellow, orange, or red in [...]

Keep Your Pets Cool This Summer

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It’s gonna get hot soon and your dog or cat might start looking for those cold spots in the hot to hang out like the tub, tiled floors, and right in front of the a/c. Hot weather can be dangerous for pets. If you are wondering how to make sure your furry friend can stay [...]

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 [...]

8 Tips To Keep Your Dog Happy This Summer

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You probably know most of these tips when it comes to making sure your pet is kept safe and cool this summer, but it never hurts to be reminded. As the temperatures change, the things we need to be mindful of when caring for our pets change too. 8 Safety Tips for Summer Never, ever [...]

Keep Fleas OUT!

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Spring is here and that means fleas are back… maybe they never left… but to keep them from becoming a pest in your home here’s some tips to keep them out of your house. Protect Your Pets Start with monthly flea treatment – These will help to keep your pet free of fleas and itch. [...]

17 Products With Xylitol Which Could Kill Your Dog & Marketing Phrases Indicating Xylitol As A Possible Ingredient

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You may have heard about the toxic and potentially fatal effects of Xylitol when ingested by dogs. Most of the articles I have seen revolve around the fact that some manufacturers of peanut butter have started adding Xylitol as a sweetening agent. This is very significant, as many pet owners give their dogs peanut butter. [...]

5 Rules For Dating Dog Lovers

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We all know that if someone wants to date us, they also date our dogs. If you’ve met someone and they aren’t as pet crazy as we are, let them know there are at least 5 rules for dating you and your dog. 5 Rules For Dating Dog Lovers It’s the dog house, too – [...]

Submissive Urination: 6 Tips to Curb It

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Submissive urination can be annoying and frustrating. It can also take a while to break your dog of this behavior. Whatever you do, try to remain calm and don’t punish your dog. 6 tips to curb submissive urination Build confidence – basic obedience training can build your dog’s confidence. Get your dog used to noises, [...]

Tips for Going Through Airport Security with Your Pet

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When I moved from New York to Oregon I had two cats. Driving them across the country would have made them miserable so I opted to fly. However, I was stressed out about how to the whole process works. I knew the cats would have to be screened with me but wasn’t sure if I [...]

6 Spring Flowers That Are Toxic For Dogs

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Springtime is here. It’s time to replant some flowers in the yard. When planting, remember some plants are toxic to dogs and other pets. You may want to opt for some other safer flowers when planting this spring. Here’s 6 kinds of flowers that are toxic to dogs Oleander – It can cause gastrointestinal tract [...]

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