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4 Guidelines for Caring for Your Senior Pet

4 Guidelines for Caring for Your Senior Pet

The worst part about owning a pet is that our beloved cats and dogs never live long enough. As their golden years are beginning to draw near, it’s time to think about how you can best preserve their health and maintain their quality of life. Here are four guidelines...

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3 Tips To Enrich Your Cat’s Life

3 Tips To Enrich Your Cat’s Life

You’re a cat owner, but is your kitty living a fulfilling life? Most cats don’t get enough exercise, stimulation, and opportunities to explore beyond what they encounter at home. A few simple additions to your routine can enrich your cat’s life and prolong her health...

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3 Ways Inadequate Socialization Affects Your Pet

3 Ways Inadequate Socialization Affects Your Pet

Inadequate or minimal socialization can impede how your pet grows up and develops into an adult. The initial socialization period in which you expose your pet to the environment is especially critical, since it sets the stage for his behavior later on. Here are three...

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5 Secrets To Medicate Your Pet

5 Secrets To Medicate Your Pet

There is no need to be stressed out trying to figure out how to try the best way to medicate your pet. Medicating your pet doesn’t need to be complicated or scary. It can actually be very quick and painless. Below are five simple steps that can save you a lot of time...

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How To Tell If Your Cat Is In Pain

How To Tell If Your Cat Is In Pain

Pain in cats can be quite challenging to recognize. Cats are sneaky creatures when it comes to how they express themselves when they are in pain. They hide when they are in pain (or at least try to), and they don't always show you the common visual signs we have come...

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3 Tips to Help Your Dog Adjust for Back-To-School

3 Tips to Help Your Dog Adjust for Back-To-School

You're probably looking forward to the extra time on your hands once school resumes. But there's one in your house who probably won't be eager for summer to end – your pet. Help keep your pet from suffering from back-to-school boredom with these three tips. #1:...

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3 Reasons Why Your Dog is Licking Its Paws

3 Reasons Why Your Dog is Licking Its Paws

Dogs lick their paws for a variety of reasons, most of which are perfectly normal. Some dogs do it while eating; However, others will when they are nervous or anxious. If you know the cause of your dog’s licking, you will be able to troubleshoot and solve the problem....

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Grooming Your Pet During the Summer

Grooming Your Pet During the Summer

Your pet will likely require a different grooming routine during the summer than they had in the winter. Here are our team's tips for grooming pets of all coats.   #1: Avoid shaving double-coated breeds Although your thick-coated husky may seem miserable in the...

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Tips for a Pet-Friendly Fourth of July

Tips for a Pet-Friendly Fourth of July

Fourth of July is right around the corner! Before bringing out the barbecue foods and the fireworks, here are our team's tips to ensure that even your pet enjoys the celebration.   #1: Create a healthy barbecue menu for your pet Few things cause more drool than a...

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4 Ways to Plan For Camping With Your Pet

4 Ways to Plan For Camping With Your Pet

With the summertime upon us, you may be excited to bring your pet with you on your next camping trip. But before you head out to the campground, be sure to check out our team's tips!    #1: Take your pet on a camping trial run Have a trial run in your backyard to...

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