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Fruits and Vegetables For Your Pets

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Does your pet need to lose a few pounds? If your pet is already eating a high quality diet and is getting a good workout, try adding fruits and vegetables as snacks that are low in calories. Remember, talk to your vet before making any major dietary changes to your pet’s diet and make sure [...]

Cruising with Fido: Tips for a Safe and Fun Car Ride with Your Dog

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Most dogs love car rides. It’s exciting to them to look out the window and watch the buildings, trees, and other cars whizz by. The wind and different smells keep their noses moving and will bounce from window to window. Dogs like to explore and having them loose in the car allows them to move [...]

Stupid Human, Don’t Do That!

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What annoys you the most about your human? Mine doesn’t wake up when I tell her to. I meow at her, stand on her, lick her head, and paw at her face. All she does is roll over or pull the blanket up over her. She doesn’t listen. I’ve tried treats, positive reinforcement, and ignoring [...]

Pet Dental Problems

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February is National Pet Dental Health Month. Your vet probably has a discount this month for teeth cleanings and checkups. If you’ve noticed your pet’s teeth looking yellowed or the gums are puffy, then a trip to the vet is in order. Not sure what dental problems dogs and cats can get? The most common [...]

February is National Pet Dental Month: Keep those fangs shiny!

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February is National Pet Dental Month. The American Veterinarians Medical Association is working in conjunction with several clinics and companies around the country to educate and promote dental health to pet owners. It is estimated that about 1 in 10 pet owners make sure their pet’s teeth are cared for and brush them on a [...]

6 Tips to Avoid Dog Bites

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Statistics report that about 4 to 5 million people are bitten by dogs each year and of that number, half are children. Many of the dogs who bit are dogs that the people knew and not a stray. If you own a dog, it’s important to be able to read your dog’s body language and [...]

5 Foods That Can Harm Your Dog

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While we love our dogs and like to share fun times, cuddle times, and sometimes even snacks with them, there are some foods that are not good for their stomach and digestive system. We all know some foods like chocolate are not good for dogs but there might some others in this list you weren’t [...]

Holiday Safety Tips

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Winter is here and this means many of us who celebrate Christmas and Hanukkah have decorations out in our homes. Our pets may not understand that these once a year items are not for play, to eat, or to climb. As the holidays approach it’s important to keep their routines in tact and also to [...]

6 Questions To Ask Before Hiring A Pet Sitter

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When you can’t take your pet with you on vacation or need to head out somewhere, leaving your pet behind can be stressful for you and them. There are many options from boarding at your vet, to a daycare facility that has overnight options, to asking a friend to watch your pet. But sometimes the [...]

Urine Marking – Why and How To Prevent It

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Many dogs mark when they are out on walks. You know how it goes, sniff the tree trunk or hydrant FOREVER and then “stake a claim” by urinating on it or trying to urinate on it if they have an empty bladder. Urine marking is not just peeing. It’s territorial marking and your dog may [...]

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