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Fear of Pets: Tips to Help Kids Overcome Their Fear

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Sometimes animals scare kids. Dogs come bounding at them with great enthusiasm and knock them down. Cats get excited playing and accidentally scratch them. Kids don’t always understand how to interact with dogs and cats and the little nips and scratches can seem like hostility or aggression. Help your child understand the family pet is [...]

How To Figure Out If Your Cat Has Food Allergies

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Many cats with skin allergies will develop red sores and bald spots that look like hot spots on dogs. Often times it seems to appear on their back in the middle of the shoulder blades. Sometimes the sore might ooze and if left untreated it can get infected. While there are a number of reasons [...]

Moving in Together with Pets

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If you and your partner have moved in together or are planning to merge your households, first off, congrats! Secondly, if you have pets be aware that there is an adjustment period that your pets will go through. Aside from slightly new routines and things that they will sniff and get used to having around, [...]

Pet Safety Tips for Spring

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The days are getting longer, we’ve put away our winter gear, and we’re getting geared up for the outdoorsy fun we’ll be having in the spring. But, as we prepare for spring, we have to keep our pets in mind. Season changes mean new things are in their environment and some stuff needs to be [...]

Earth Day: Go Green For Pets

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This Earth Day you don’t need a green thumb to help the planet. You can replace all your light-bulbs with fluorescent ones, walk or ride a bike when heading out to see friends, and buy recycled products. You can also change a few habits with your pet to go green. Here are 7 tips to [...]

Nicotine Poisoning And Pets

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Recently, an article in the Huffington Post told the story of a little puppy who got a hold of her owner’s e-cigarette and punctured the plastic part that housed the liquid nicotine. The puppy received a dose of nicotine that was lethal and she did not survive. It’s been known for quite some time that [...]

Chicks and Ducks As Easter Presents Are Not A Good Idea

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Rabbits tend to be Easter pet presents but the care, money and time needed to take care of them can become more of a hindrance than a present if you are not 100% prepared to own one. There are many reasons not to get a rabbit as a present. Chickens and baby ducks also tend [...]

It’s Spring! 5 Tips for Dog Owners

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Spring has arrived! If you’re like me you’re loving the sunnier days but also sneezing your brains out. Now is the time to clean that overcrowded garage, get the gardening tools out, and make more time for playing outside with your dog. 5 Tips for Spring Schedule a vet check – With longer days, more [...]

Cat Grooming Tips: It’s Not a Tribble! It’s a Hairball.

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When I wake up in the morning the last thing I want to do is step on something cold, wet, and mushy. However, that’s how this morning started and it made me jump! I looked down and saw that I had perfectly placed my tired, un-caffeinated right foot down onto a hairball. I’m sure I’m [...]

Doing Your Taxes? Don’t Forget to Deduct Your Foster Pet!

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Tax season is here. Some of us will get a refund and others of us will owe money. Before you find a reason to procrastinate doing your taxes, think about this for a minute: You can write off the money spent on the dog or cat you fostered this year. Yup, you read that correctly. [...]

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