Dog Health & Tips

Hidden Diseases That Could Kill Your Dog

While most of us feel that we are pretty clued in to the rising and falling moods of our dogs, owners are often surprised to learn that common ailments such as vomiting or fatigue can sometimes be the work of … Continue reading

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Keep your Furry Friend Healthy and Happy with these 4 Tips

Having a pet is like having a furry member of the family. We give them food, shelter, toys, and they love us back. But, like their owners, each animal has different needs. There are, however, a few things that every … Continue reading

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Summer and Heat Stroke in Pets

Now that summer and the heat that accompanies summer are in full swing, it’s especially important to keep our pets in mind. While most pet owners are aware of the dangers of leaving pets in the car on a hot … Continue reading

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Four Essentials to Have Before Getting A Dog

Sometimes, instead of you choosing a dog, the dog chooses you, and there may not be time to plan ahead for the new arrival. If you do know in advance that you are getting a dog, a little advance planning … Continue reading

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State pot laws could be making pets sick

When it comes to marijuana, it’s easy to find a wide variety of opinions. Some feel it should be legal, others see it as a dangerous gateway drug. Some use it to treat pain while others… well, not so much. … Continue reading

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Things to Consider When Choosing Food for Your Pet

Families like to choose a pet for different reasons. Some want the companionship while others want the children to learn responsibility by caring for a pet. Whatever the reason for getting a pet, the animal itself has certain requirements in … Continue reading

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5 Tips to Help Your Pet Have a Long and Healthy Life

For many people in this world, their pets truly represent a best friend. You want your own beloved pal to have a long and healthy life. However, certain animals are prone to specific diseases. Since animals can’t speak, we need … Continue reading

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How to Calm a Dog during Fireworks on the Fourth of July

Fireworks are synonymous with the Fourth of July. Humans love how fireworks paint the sky beautiful and vibrant colors, but dogs often hate (and are terrified of) the noise that fireworks make. Here are four ways you can calm your … Continue reading

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Consider Your Pet’s Safety While You’re at Work

Any pet owner will tell you that our pets are family. They are our furry, four-legged children, and there are few things with the potential to be quite as nerve-wracking as leaving our children alone and unattended at home. Unfortunately, … Continue reading

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The Cat-Dog Condundrum: Sharing A Harmonious Home

Are you an animal lover who wants to bring a furry new family member home, but you’re afraid a new cat or dog might fight with your existing pet like . . . cats and dogs? Seventeen percent of Americans … Continue reading

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