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Does Your Dog Have Canine Anxiety?

Does Your Dog Have Canine Anxiety?

Does Your Canine Have Dog Anxiety? Dog anxiety is more common than you might think. Signals that indicate your pup could be anxious can be difficult to detect, but once you know what to look for, you may find them to be pretty obvious. In honor of Dog Anxiety Week,...

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3 Tips To Prevent Lyme Disease in Your Dog

3 Tips To Prevent Lyme Disease in Your Dog

3 Tips To Prevent Lyme Disease in Your Dog   Lyme disease is transmitted to dogs and people by black-legged ticks, sometimes known as deer ticks. Lyme disease is expanding across the country and can affect canines in any region. The following tips will help you...

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How Heartworms Develop in Pets

How Heartworms Develop in Pets

How Heartworms Develop in Pets   While you may be aware that heartworms are transferred to pets through mosquito bites, you may not be aware that mammals are also an important component of the heartworm life cycle. We're talking about how vital your pet is to the...

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3 Tips on Respecting Your Cat

3 Tips on Respecting Your Cat

On March 28, we celebrate Respect Your Cat Day. While proud felines typically demand our respect and unwavering devotion every day of the year, make it a point to cater to their unique needs on their noteworthy holiday. Try the following ways to show your cat that you...

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How to Deal with a New Puppy in Your Home

How to Deal with a New Puppy in Your Home

March 23rd is National Puppy Day and we want to celebrate your furry friend. If you’re planning on welcoming a new puppy home soon, here are some of the best ways to help them get settled.   #1: Establish a schedule for your new puppy Remaining consistent with...

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Pet End-of-Life Care Options

Pet End-of-Life Care Options

When your pet is nearing the end of their life, it is important to understand that preparing for their final moments can help you accept their passing. Whether your furry friend is reaching the end of their natural life span, or suffering from a chronic condition and...

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How to Brush Your Pet’s Teeth

How to Brush Your Pet’s Teeth

You should be brushing your pet’s teeth as frequently as you brush your own. By brushing your pet’s teeth daily, you can reduce the amount of oral bacteria and plaque in their mouth and help keep pet dental disease at bay. Here are five steps to get started on...

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Is Your Pet Protected from Parasites All Year Long?

Is Your Pet Protected from Parasites All Year Long?

With winter here, you may think it’s safe to skip out on your pet’s parasite prevention medication. However, fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes know no off-season and will feast on your furry friend whenever the opportunity arises. Here are three reasons why you should...

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Make Pet Dental Care a Priority in 2022

Make Pet Dental Care a Priority in 2022

Dental care for your furry pal should be on every pet owner’s New Year’s resolutions list. If regular pet dental care didn’t make your top resolutions for 2022, here are four reasons to add it!   #1: Untreated dental disease can be exceptionally painful for pets...

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