Posts Tagged ‘dog care’

Dog Care 101: Hot Spots

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It’s slimy, it’s wet, and it often looks like someone or something took a bite out of your dog’s fur leaving a red bald spot. It’s a hot spot and it’s uncomfortable for your pup. What causes a hot spot? It’s usually an allergic reaction to something, sometimes a flea bite, that causes the skin [...]

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 [...]

Daylight Savings and Your Dog’s Internal Clock

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Ok, losing an hour may mess you up for a day or two but did you know your dog might have a harder time adjusting? Just because the clocks changed doesn’t mean your dog’s internal clock changed. Your dog may be trying to sleep now when it’s time for the morning walk or not quite [...]

Poisoned Meatballs Found in San Francisco Neighborhood

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Alert: Someone is leaving poisoned meatballs in the Twin Peaks neighborhood of San Francisco Earlier this month meatballs that were tainted with poison were strategically planted around a popular trail where pet owners walk their dogs. It is suspected the meatballs were there to poison or harm pets. Signs have been posted alerting pet owners [...]

12 Reasons to Teach Your Dog To Sit

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Basic commands that we teach our dogs help with being able to control them when they get hyper, teach them to have manners, and keep them from getting into trouble. Many dogs know the word “sit” and associate it with getting a treat, putting on a leash, or waiting by a door. But knowing this [...]

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 [...]

Jerky Treats Linked To Illness in Pets

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The FDA is looking into a recent outbreak of illnesses that are connected to jerky treats. There’s been almost 600 deaths and over 3,000 illnesses since 2007 from treats made from chicken, duck, sweet potatoes and other ingredients. The treats are made in China and it’s unclear what other ingredients might be in the treats. [...]

4 Tricks Every Dog Should Know

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Life sometimes gets in the way of the fun things we want to do. Heck, it even gets in the way of our day to day. Sometimes you find yourself awake at 3am on a workday doing dishes or up at 7am on a Saturday so you can finish up some report due on Monday. [...]

Tips for Healthy Lawns and Healthy Pets!

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Now that the weather is getting warmer and trees and flowers are starting to bloom it means that you and your pet will spend more time outside. You’ll have to start mowing the lawn weekly,and using fertilizers and weed killers to keep your lawn healthy. But what about Fido? Some commercial formulas are poisonous to [...]

Canine Ear Infections

Dogs get ear infections now and then. The floppy guys tend to be more prone to them than the ones who have standup perky ears. It’s usually due to bacteria or yeast in the ears that can’t get out of the canals and then gets mixed with wax creating an infection. Some of the causes [...]

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