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Fun Dog Outings

Fun Dog Outings

Play with the Kids Dogs are part of our families, and there’s nothing more fun than watching little ones playing with their furry friends. This helps your children gain respect for your animal and vice versa. Have your child blow dog-friendly bubbles; the dogs will have a blast trying to catch them, especially if they’re flavored! You can also set up a race between the kids and your pup or play hide-and-seek — have the kids...

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General Tips on Grooming Your Pet

General Tips on Grooming Your Pet

Tools necessary: dog shampoo, towel, brush, treats. Give your dog treats and praise as you groom. You can give him treats periodically or a long-lasting rawhide treat or toy with treats inside. It will get your pet use to grooming if you start them at a young age. You should also pay attention to what your dog does and doesn’t like. If your dog hates nail trims, do that part last. If he loves getting brushed, make sure to spend some extra time...

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Keep Pets Safe in the Heat

Keep Pets Safe in the Heat

The summer months can be uncomfortable for your pets. Basic summer safety Never leave your pets in a parked car Not even with the car running and air conditioner on. On a warm day, temperatures inside a vehicle can rise rapidly to dangerous levels. Limit exercise on hot days Take care when exercising your pet. Adjust intensity and duration of exercise in accordance with the temperature. On very hot days, limit exercise to early morning or...

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Dog Grooming Tips for Summer

Dog Grooming Tips for Summer

Summer—a season for picnics and water fun. Longer days and warm weather makes us want to get ourselves and our dogs outside to soak up some sun and get some exercise. Maintaining our dogs’ grooming routines is important. It’s not all about looking good, it’s about keeping a close eye on the condition of our dogs’ skin, ears and nails, solving small problems before they become big ones. Some dogs require the services of a professional...

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What You Need to Know After Adopting a Pet

What You Need to Know After Adopting a Pet

Now that you’ve adopted a new fluffy playmate into your family, you’ll want to make sure you get him or her off to a healthy and happy start in their new home. Although dogs normally require more of an adjustment time than cats, with the proper care and dedication you can have one of the most well-mannered pets around. Help Familiarize Your New Pet Your fuzzy friend has just scampered through the doorway of his new home for the first time....

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How to make peanut butter popsicles

How to make peanut butter popsicles

While you’re drinking an iced coffee, give your dog a summer time treat also. Here is an easy-to-make treat will keep her occupied Peanut Butter popsicles Ingredients 1 cup peanut butter, preferably unsalted and unsweetened (Check your peanut butter’s label to make sure it doesn’t contain any kind of xylitol, which is toxic to dogs.) Half a ripe banana, mashed Water as needed In a small mixing bowl, combine peanut butter with a...

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