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Plan Ahead to Keep your Pet Safe

Do you have a natural disaster plan for your family? Make sure you include your pet, too! Whether the emergency is a fire or a severe storm, you should know how to keep your pet safe. Here are some tips to help you prepare for emergencies:...


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Dog Grooming: Myth vs. Fact

Are you informed when it comes to dog grooming? Many people have certain beliefs about canine care that may not be accurate. Here we bust some myths you may have about your dog’s hygiene and care:...


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Car Safety for Your Pet

Does your pet like riding in the car? You don’t want this important family member to miss out on weekend getaways and camping trips, but you should make sure like everyone else in the family, your furry friend is safe when you’re on the road....


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What Pets Can Teach Us

Having a pet brings a lot of joy and happiness to many. Knowing that you have an animal as a part of your family to nurture and care for can be a wonderful experience. In addition to being a playmate and snuggle buddy, pets bring a number of advantages to their owners....


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Top 5 Pet Hazards For the Holidays

The Holiday season is one of the happiest times of the year.  We love to decorate our homes, host parties, and eat well.  While getting ready for the holidays, it is necessary to be conscious of the things you are leaving around the house.  Your pets may be in danger if they come into contact...


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15 Household Items to Keep Out of Pet’s Reach

We’re all human – sometimes we leave things laying around our homes without thinking twice. It can be hard for us to think like our pets, who are often determined to get into and eat things they shouldn’t. Whether it’s your child’s leftover Halloween candy or your...


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Fighting Fido’s Fleas

Has your dog (or cat) ever had fleas? These tiny insects can cause a lot of issues for your pet. We answer some questions you may have regarding your pet and fleas:...


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When Does Your Pet Need Emergency Care?

Did you know that it is possible to train dogs to identify epileptic seizures? Even pet owners who aren’t at risk for seizures experience considerably less stress, and live longer lives than non-pet owners, according to the American Pet Product Manufacturers Association....


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