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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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4 Easy DIY Holiday Pet Toys

4 Easy DIY Holiday Pet Toys

Pets are wonderful gift recipients. You don’t have to be extraordinarily crafty to create homemade gifts your furry friend will enjoy. Make your pet’s Christmas special and entertained by crafting one of these easy, safe, and fun holiday toys.   #1: Design a...

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How to Care for Your Senior Pet in the Cold Weather

How to Care for Your Senior Pet in the Cold Weather

Our elderly pets who are unable to regulate their body temperature can suffer in the winter from old bones and aching joints. Ensure your senior pet is prepared for the winter with the following tips to keep them comfortable.    #1: Outfit your senior pet...

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How to Know If Your Pet Is at Risk for Diabetes

How to Know If Your Pet Is at Risk for Diabetes

In honor of it being National Pet Diabetes Month, we want pet owners to recognize the risk factors and signs of diabetes in their pet.   What signs might my pet show if they develop diabetes? If your pet develops diabetes, regardless of whether they have an...

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5 Myths about Cancer in Pets

5 Myths about Cancer in Pets

In honor of November being National Pet Cancer Awareness Month, we want to debunk common myths about cancer in pets. Learn about what happens when a pet develops cancer and undergoes treatment as we reveal the truth about some pet cancer misconceptions.   Myth:...

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How To Walk Your Dog Calmly

How To Walk Your Dog Calmly

Dogs are great pets. They are loyal, fun to be around, and tend to brighten up your day. Walking a dog with a leash is excellent exercise too. But what if your dog is pulling you down the street? This guide will show you how to train your dog to walk calmly on a leash...

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3 Ways To Keep Your Pet At A Healthy Weight

3 Ways To Keep Your Pet At A Healthy Weight

Some pets are naturally more active and less likely to store fat than others, but there are still ways you can keep your pet at a healthy weight. This is an important topic because obesity in pets is incredibly common and leads to numerous health complications. Take...

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6 Tips To Be A Responsible Dog Owner

6 Tips To Be A Responsible Dog Owner

Being a responsible dog owner requires one to know about their dogs and dogs in general. A responsible dog owner will do this by finding out what is needed for training and proper nutrition. We want to talk about some tips for dog owners that should help them to take...

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