Archive for the ‘Advice’ Category

Did You Make These 5 New Year’s Resolutions?

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Having a pet means being responsible for another being. It not only means making sure your pet has fresh water and good food, but also that your pet is exercised, entertained, and learns the difference between good and bad behavior. Sometimes it can be difficult to teach a pet what is ok to do and [...]

Trimming Your Dog’s Nails

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Some dogs don’t mind having their nails trimmed. Others may pull away, try to nibble your hand, or hide. If you want to get your dog used to nail trimming, try to desensitize her to the clippers. Start by getting them used to having their feet touched. Offer a reward. Rub your hand up and [...]

Winter Checklist to Keep Pets Safe & Healthy

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Winter is coming and it’s time to put away our shorts and tanks and take out our sweaters and jeans. It’s also time to start looking around our houses and apartments to make sure that any winter items we have out are safe around our pets and to make sure they are warm during the [...]

6 Thanksgiving Foods To Avoid Giving Your Pet

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Thanksgiving is right around the corner. No matter how much your dog or cat begs for food, don’t let them have it. Here’s a list of 6 foods to not give them Stuffing – thanksgiving stuffing is often made with salt, onions, garlic, and other ingredients. The ingredients can be toxic to pets and cause [...]

Benefits of Walking A Dog

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We know it’s good to walk our dogs. It teaches them how to walk on a leash, gets us moving, and helps socialize our pups with the outside world. But on hot days, rainy days, cold winter mornings, and after a long day at work, walking is the last thing we want to do… right? [...]

Obesity and Cats

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Obesity is a common problem in cats. The extra weight can stress the body and increases the risk of diabetes, liver problems and joint pain. Obesity happens when cats take in more calories than they burn, like humans. The extra calories become fat. In many cases, it seems this is because of overfeeding or the [...]

Halloween Safety Tips

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The candy is bought, the pumpkins are carved, and the costumes are on but what about your pet? There are some precautions to take to make sure your pets are safe and not stressed during this holiday. 6 Halloween Safety Tips No treats! The candy in the bowl by the door needs to stay out [...]

Territorial Urination and How to Curb It

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Dogs are territorial and like to protect, establish, and mark what is theirs. Territorial marking is different than just peeing. While it can be a big puddle, sometimes it’s nothing more than a few drops around the house. It’s not spiteful though, it’s a sign of insecurity. If a dog senses that the area is [...]

Go Green: Make Your Own Pet Toys

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You’ve seen them in the pet stores – very cute little toys that look like they cost pennies to make but cost dollars to buy. Instead of buying pet toys why not make them? Crinkle Toys – Some cats love these things. They make a noise when you squeeze them and are big enough for [...]

5 ways to stay calm when training your dog

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One of the most important things when raising your pup is to make sure you are calm and keep the training sessions on track. It’s hard. Puppies have an attention span of about 10 seconds before they go do something else that is more fun to them. Sometimes they can learn how to sit and [...]

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