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Make Pet Dental Care a Priority in 2022

Make Pet Dental Care a Priority in 2022

4 Reasons Why Pet Dental Care Should Be on Every Pet Owner’s New Year’s Resolutions List   You know dental care is important for your furry pal, but did you know it’s so important? We think it should be on every pet owner’s New Year’s resolutions list. If regular...

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How to Keep Your Pet Safe When Traveling

How to Keep Your Pet Safe When Traveling

Safe Travels! How to Prepare for Traveling with Your Pet   National Pet Travel Safety Day falls on January 2, so there’s no better time to learn how to hit the road or head to the skies with your four-legged friend. Follow our guide to travel safely with your...

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Safe, DIY Holiday Pet Toys

Safe, DIY Holiday Pet Toys

4 DIY Holiday Toys for Your Pet   Pets are wonderful gift recipients. They appreciate anything you give them, regardless of how much time or money you spend. Plus, you don’t have to be extraordinarily crafty to create homemade gifts your furry pal will enjoy....

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5 Ways to Celebrate National Cat Lovers Month

5 Ways to Celebrate National Cat Lovers Month

5 Fantastic Ways to Celebrate National Cat Lovers Month   Cats are truly wonderful creatures, and to highlight their remarkable personalities, an entire month has been devoted to them. December is National Cat Lovers Month, and although it seems as if the focus...

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Is My Pet at Risk for Diabetes?

Is My Pet at Risk for Diabetes?

November is National Pet Diabetes Month, and with an estimated one in 300 dogs and one in 200 cats developing the disease during their lifetime, it’s important for pet owners to recognize the risk factors and signs.    What factors put my pet at risk for...

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Caring for Your Senior Pet

Caring for Your Senior Pet

As your pets golden years draw near, it’s time to think about how you can best preserve their health and maintain their quality of life. Here are four guidelines to follow as your aging pet’s health care needs change.    #1: Protect your senior pet’s joint health...

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Halloween Treats to Keep Away from Your Pet

Halloween Treats to Keep Away from Your Pet

Halloween can be a night filled with treats, but keeping your pet safe doesn’t have to be tricky. If you keep in mind that the candy bowl is solely for trick-or-treaters and not for your furry pal, you can both have a fun, safe October 31. When celebrating the...

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5 Steps to Training Your Dog to Walk Calmly on a Leash

5 Steps to Training Your Dog to Walk Calmly on a Leash

When heading out the door, do you picture a leisurely stroll with your pooch at your side? Or does your dog have other ideas, such as tugging you down the steps and hurtling across the street? If it’s a struggle to get your dog to walk calmly at your side, follow...

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The Secret to Medicating Your Pet

The Secret to Medicating Your Pet

Medicating your pet can be difficult and often turn into a crazy wrestling match between you and your pet. Unfortunately, due to improper techniques, many pets have learned to panic or defend themselves at the sight of medication. Here are some tips to successfully...

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Recognizing If Your Cat Is in Pain

Recognizing If Your Cat Is in Pain

As we know, Cats are very stoic animals. While they were domesticated for 10,000 years, their instincts still tell them to hide their injuries and vulnerabilities. This trait makes it difficult for cat owners to identify when their pets are in pain. There are numerous...

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