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4 Guidelines for Caring for Your Senior Pet

4 Guidelines for Caring for Your Senior Pet

Our beloved cats and dogs never live long enough. As your pet's get older, it’s time to think about how you can best preserve their health and maintain their quality of life. Here are four guidelines to follow as your aging pet’s health care needs change.    #1:...

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3 Ways to Help Less Fortunate Pets

3 Ways to Help Less Fortunate Pets

November is the season of giving back and what better way to embrace that than by helping out less fortunate pets? Here are three ways to give back to your local pet community this holiday season—and year-round.   #1: Volunteer at a local animal shelter No better...

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Keep These Halloween Treats Away from Your Pet

Keep These Halloween Treats Away from Your Pet

Halloween can be a night filled with treats, but keeping your furry friend safe doesn’t have to be tricky. When celebrating the spookiest holiday of the year, be sure to keep the following treats away from your pet.   #1: Chocolate Although chocolate is the most...

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How to Teach Your Dog Good Leash Manners

How to Teach Your Dog Good Leash Manners

Are you struggling to get your dog to walk calmly at your side? Follow these five steps to teach your pup good leash manners.   Step 1: Outfit your dog with the correct leash Ditch the retractable leash or the miles-long lead that allows your pooch plenty of room...

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5 Tips to Have a Stress-Free Vet Visit

5 Tips to Have a Stress-Free Vet Visit

Taking your pet to the vet can cause fear and anxiety. Follow these five steps to prepare your fur baby for a stress-free veterinary visit.   #1: Strategically schedule your pet's appointment Stressed pets are sensitive to their surroundings. Request an...

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Tips for Creating a Pet Disaster Plan

Tips for Creating a Pet Disaster Plan

Unsure what would happen to your pet in an emergency? Follow these three steps to ensure you are prepared when disaster strikes.    #1: Have your pet’s essentials ready Keep a pet emergency travel kit ready in case you have to leave quickly. This kit should be a...

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5 Signs Your Pet Has Allergies

5 Signs Your Pet Has Allergies

Spring and summer are prime allergy seasons for people and pets alike. While the mechanism for allergies is the same, pets experience allergy signs through their skin instead of their respiratory system. If your furry friend exhibits any of these signs, they may have...

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Back-to-School Considerations for Your Pet

Back-to-School Considerations for Your Pet

As summer is winding down, your kids will be heading back to school soon. While you may be excited for the peace and quiet at home, your fun-loving pup may have a different opinion about the change of pace. Help keep your pet from pining from having back-to-school...

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How to Groom Your Pet for the Summer

How to Groom Your Pet for the Summer

Do you chop off all your hair for a cool and comfortable haircut in the summer? While that may help you in the summer heat, shaving your pet down to the skin isn't always the solution. Learn how to keep your furry companion cool this summer with these three grooming...

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3 Ways to Cool Your Pet Down in the Heat

3 Ways to Cool Your Pet Down in the Heat

As the summer season has approached, it's time for you to enjoy the sun with your pet while protecting them from the risks of heatstroke. Instead of placing them in your air-conditioned home for the summer, you should still go outside to play and exercise but take...

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