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Taking Care Of Your Pets

Taking Care Of Your Pets

PROVIDE A CLEAN LIVING SPACE YOUR DOG. Shelter from the outside elements and hazards, as well as good hygiene, are basic to a quality life. ALWAYS KEEP FRESH WATER AVAILABLE. Maintaining optimal hydration is important for health and energy. FEED A QUALITY DIET AND PREVENT OBESITY. Overweight humans and animals can adversely affect health in many ways. Follow the dietary recommendations that your veterinarian will make according to the...

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Dogs Get Lonely Too

Dogs Get Lonely Too

Your dog has a complex brain, and he will miss you when you are gone just like a child! Stanley is a “momma’s boy.”  For those who don’t know, it means he REALLY loves his human mom, and whenever she’s gone, Stanley notices and gets a bit depressed.  So, Stanley’s human dad set up a phone call for him with his mom while she was away, and the whole thing was captured on video.  Be warned, it’s about the cutest thing we’ve seen...

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Aging in Place with Pets

Aging in Place with Pets

From companionship to security, pets can provide seniors a better quality of live and improve aging in place. Are you wondering how you are going to care for your pet as you age in place? Are you wondering if you should adopt a pet as you age in place? This guide will help you decide on the best choice for you. Learn more: http://www.aginginplace.org/seniors-and-pets/ Studies have shown that owning a pet can be physically and mentally beneficial...

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July 4th safety tips for pets

July 4th safety tips for pets

Help your dogs, cats handle fireworks Everyone loves July 4th, right? Well, not pets. Independence Day fireworks can be torture for animals and more pets – spooked by the noise and lights – are reported lost on July 4th than any other day. “The Fourth of July means more animals showing up in animal shelters and in animal hospitals as a result of the fear induced by fireworks and other celebratory activities,” the American...

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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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