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Flea Season Is Here

Flea Season Is Here

Fleas are more than an irritation; they can cause a range of illnesses in dogs. The problem is that, unless they are allergic to flea saliva, dogs don’t always scratch when they have fleas. To complicate matters more, fleas are sly and great at hiding. So how can you determine if your dog has fleas? Know Where the Fleas Like to Gather The most common congregating spot for fleas is around the base of your dog’s tail and her lower...

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Visiting The Vet

Visiting The Vet

Consider taking your dog to the vet for a general check-up. It’s a good idea to make sure your dog’s vaccinations and other shots are up-to-date. That way you know your dog is starting the season with good health. Get Groomed This helps get rid of dead hair and dandruff. Brushing your dog will also help you prevent your dog’s hair from getting snarled and matted. You can go to a professional groomer or get a brush and regularly brush your...

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Tips For Dog Owners

Nice weather is coming so the opportunities for our pets to join us for some spring and summer time fun. Get Your Dog Use to Busy Places While some locations are great places to socialize your dog, they can also be overwhelming. If your dog has been cooped up all winter, then a crowd of people or a busy down town might be a bit of a shock. To help your dog get used to all the noise and attention, feed your dog treats frequently. Getting Your...

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Tips For Dog Owners

Tips For Dog Owners

Nice weather is coming so the opportunities for our pets to join us for some spring and summer time fun. Get Your Dog Use to Busy Places While some locations are great places to socialize your dog, they can also be overwhelming. If your dog has been cooped up all winter, then a crowd of people or a busy down town might be a bit of a shock. To help your dog get used to all the noise and attention, feed your dog treats frequently. Getting Your...

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Spring Health Tips

Spring Health Tips

Dogs tend to love spring because they get to spend more time outdoors. After being cooped up during the winter it is a joy for them to be able to take advantage of the lengthening and warming days to release all of their pent up winter energy. It is equally joyful for us watching our dogs have a good time. However the warmer days bring about certain health concerns so take a moment and make sure your dog is fully prepared for spring. Depending...

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