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Healthy Thanksgiving for Pets

Healthy Thanksgiving for Pets

Feast Without Fear: How to Make a Safe Thanksgiving Feast for Your Pet Thanksgiving is a drool-worthy holiday, but it’s not just people who overeat during the festivities. Pets also may overindulge, and too much of a good thing can lead to a messy outcome, like...

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Is My Pet At Risk for Diabetes?

Is My Pet At Risk for Diabetes?

Is My Pet at Risk for Diabetes? November is National Pet Diabetes Month, and with an estimated one in 300 dogs and one in 200 cats developing the disease during their lifetime, it’s important for pet owners to recognize the risk factors and signs. Here are some things...

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Helping Your Dog Walk Calmly on the Leash

Helping Your Dog Walk Calmly on the Leash

It's time for a walk! When you head out the door with your pup for a dog walk, do you hope for a leisurely stroll but end up getting tugged down the steps and hurtled across the street? If it's a struggle to get your dog to walk calmly at your side, follow these five...

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Cat Enrichment Tips

Cat Enrichment Tips

Without adequate enrichment, your cat may begin to display problem behaviors. Boredom and stress from lack of physical and mental stimulation can lead to inappropriate elimination and scratching, overgrooming, and even bullying behavior. Keep your feline friend...

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How to Be a Responsible Dog Owner

How to Be a Responsible Dog Owner

September is Responsible Dog Ownership Month, which makes it a perfect time to ensure you are keeping your dog happy and healthy. When you decide to become a dog owner, it's a commitment to providing for them, including their dietary, medical, physical, and...

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5 Tips to Help Your Pet Take Medication

5 Tips to Help Your Pet Take Medication

One of the most challenging parts of medicating your pet is getting them to actually consume the medication. It can often be a wrestling match ending with scrapes and frustrations. Here are some ways to treat your pet safely using a positive approach.  #1: Talk to...

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Making Your Cat’s Trip to the Vet a Little Easier

Making Your Cat’s Trip to the Vet a Little Easier

When was the last time you took your cat to the vet? While we know that going to the vet is definitely not your cat's favorite thing to do, regular veterinary care is essential for their lifelong health. Cats are masters at hiding their illnesses and do not often...

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The Importance of Pet Vaccines

The Importance of Pet Vaccines

Pet vaccinations are often a confusing and misunderstood subject. Many think that because their pet does not often leave the yard, vaccines are unnecessary. However, this is not the case! Ensure that you are well educated about the importance of vaccines and how...

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3 Ways for a Happy Reunion with Your Lost Pet

3 Ways for a Happy Reunion with Your Lost Pet

In honor of July being National Lost Pet Prevention Month, here are three top ways to help recover your furry friend and ensure a joyous reunion between you and your pet if they should go missing.   #1: Keep a current, color picture of your pet on hand Although...

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How to Make Your 4th of July One for the Pets!

How to Make Your 4th of July One for the Pets!

The 4th of July in the pet world is feared for many reasons. There are dangerous explosions are going off overhead, fire and gastrointestinal hazards lurking around delicious-smelling foods, and not to mention the sizzling hot weather. Make your furry friend happy...

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