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Eliminating the Lake Smell

Posted on August 23rd, 2017

Summer is meant for days at the beach or lake, much to the delight of your dog! While you love playing with your dog, you likely do not love the way your dog smells after time playing in the lake. No matter how healthy your dog is, he or she can’t avoid the smell; however, […]

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Service Dogs

Posted on August 10th, 2017

Service or assistance dogs are specifically trained to help those with a disability or specific needs; they are different from other working dogs, such as police or search-and-rescue dogs. Service dogs must be trained to assist their handler with something directly related to their disability, meaning that emotional support and therapy dogs are not considered […]

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Common Cat Behavioral Issues

Posted on July 25th, 2017

While no cat is the same, there are similar behaviors amongst many cats. For the most part, cats are more standoffish and take a while to get comfortable around others compared to dogs. However, they are still great pets and can be alone for longer periods of time. Certain cat manners and habits can seem […]

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Lyme Disease and Your Dog

Posted on July 11th, 2017

With the mild winter we just experienced, the number of ticks and mosquitoes are higher than normal this summer. For this reason, tick prevention for your dogs is extremely important; without it, your dog could easily contract Lyme disease, a condition transmitted through the bite of a tick. Both people and dogs can be affected […]

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Road Tripping With Your Pet

Posted on June 29th, 2017

With Fourth of July weekend right around the corner, you may be taking a road trip! For those with pets, you will have to decide if you want to bring them along or not. Depending on how long you will be gone, particularly if you have a dog, it may be smarter to bring them […]

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