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DOES TRAVEL MAKE YOUR DOG QUEASY?

If you believe everything you see on television and in the movies, you’d think that all dogs LOVE travelling in cars. Dogs are shown jumping in the vehicle with enthusiasm, wagging their tails like crazy and even hanging their heads out the window to sniff every last outdoor aroma. But if you’re the owner of a car sick pup, [...]

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CATS & DOGS LIVING TOGETHER? OH MY!

Age-old thinking was that cats and dogs were as compatible as cats and mice. But many pet-loving parents have comingled the two into a harmonious household. So, what makes the difference? We know that not all dogs will live peacefully with a cat.Just like humans, every dog has its own personality, and there are no absolutes. For example, you [...]

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SIGNS OF CANCER IN DOGS

The last thing we ever want our furry babies to go through is the C word, yes Cancer. Just the thought of it is so heart-wrenching and overwhelming, that we may be subconsciously ignoring some of the warning signs. A new growth would catch our attention, but there are many other signs that are not so obvious.The best thing [...]

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FIDO'S SPECIAL VALENTINE'S DAY

Valentine’s Day is all about showing your appreciation for the ones you love. Who’s on you’re A List? Your spouse/partner, your children, your parents and, mostly likely, your family dog! Oozing with unconditional love for you day in and day out, Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to celebrate your special relationship with some very special acts of love [...]

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FEBRUARY - NATIONAL SPAY/NEUTER AWARENESS MONTH

A staggering 6 – 8 million dogs and cats go into the U.S. shelter system each year, yet fewer than half of those find forever homes. Even with this overpopulation crisis, as many as 13% of dog owners and 20% of cat owners say their pet has had one or more litters! To help raise awareness and ignite pet [...]

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BEYOND BARKING

Does your dog go from 0 to 100 in terms of barking at the slightest noise outside or when the doorbell rings? On one hand, you can rest assured that no one will ever break into your house without a ruckus. But after you reassure your pooch that nothing is amiss and the racket continues, it becomes annoying and [...]

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HOMEMADE KONG FILLERS

Did your pooch get a Kong for the holidays? Good dog!! There are many pre-made fillings to put inside of your Kong to keep your dog occupied, but how about some homemade stuffing treats without all the artificial flavorings and packed with a nutritional punch? WOOF!Making your fillings at home has many benefits. You can verify the wholesomeness of [...]

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NEW YEAR, NEW GOALS, NEW DOG

Getting ready for your New Year’s resolutions? Most of us will set new goals involving ways to live healthier, happier, more successful lives in 2018. But why not expand the list this year to include resolutions for your dog? Here are a few ideas to make 2018 the healthiest year ever for you and your dog.Measure Your Dog’s Food. It’s [...]

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HOLIDAY PLANT PATROL FOR PETS

Put this one at the top of your holiday hit list … REMOVE THE TOXIC HOLIDAY PLANTS. If you’re like most of us, you probably have one of these around your house to enhance the holiday ambiance. So, let’s take a moment to brush up on what may be harmful to your family pets and what to do [...]

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DOG THERAPY FOR THE HOLIDAYS

For most, December is a month filled with long shopping lists, ugly sweater parties, stretched budgets, holiday parades, internet flash sales, decorating cookies, coping with relatives you don’t mind seeing annually, and on and on. All this on top of your already hectic life. How does one hold it together? Lucky for you, you have a magic bullet at your [...]

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