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Is Pet Fostering a Good Fit for Your Family?

Is Pet Fostering a Good Fit for Your Family?

June is National Foster Pet Month! While you might be extra motivated to foster a pet, it's important to make sure that this commitment is right for you and your family. Here are some questions to ask yourself before applying to be a pet foster!  Question: Will my...

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New Ways to Celebrate Your Pet This Week

New Ways to Celebrate Your Pet This Week

Did you know that the first week of June is Pet Appreciation Week? While we know you show your pet so much love all the time, let's break out of the mold and try something different this week! Here are a few ways to show your furry pal that you love them!  #1: Set...

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5 Signs of Seasonal Allergies In Pets

5 Signs of Seasonal Allergies In Pets

Pollen season is all around us, and while springtime allergens are making you sneeze and rub your watery, itchy eyes, they are wreaking havoc on your pet’s skin. Seasonal allergies appear differently in pets than people, so you should learn these five key signs that...

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Does Your Dog Have Anxiety? 

Does Your Dog Have Anxiety? 

You can likely tell when your pooch is happy, but what about when they’re anxious? In recognition of Dog Anxiety Awareness Week—May 2 to 8—our team wants to help you learn how to spot potential anxiety signs in your dog so you can help them get the support they need....

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Safe and Unsafe Chew Toys for Pets

Safe and Unsafe Chew Toys for Pets

When you head out the door, you want to ensure your furry pal is entertained and happy while you’re gone, so you toss them a chew toy. But, some of those tasty chews can wreak havoc on your pet’s teeth and gastrointestinal tract and may also be a choking hazard. Our...

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3 Hazards at the Dog Park

3 Hazards at the Dog Park

Dog parks seem wonderful places for your pooch to stretch their legs and make new canine friends, but they hold a host of hidden dangers. Here are three potential hazards of dog parks. #1: Canine interactions are not supervised by professionals at dog parks One of the...

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Help! My Pet Ate a Poison!

Help! My Pet Ate a Poison!

March is National Pet Poison Prevention Month, so we’d like you to brush up on the steps to take if your furry pal has been in contact with a potentially toxic substance. First, don’t panic, and then follow these step-by-step instructions provided by the Fish Creek...

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