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Hot Cars and Your Dog: Two Things that Should Never go Together

It is officially summer, and the temperatures across the nation keep rising. Unfortunately, summer is also the time that many dogs and other pets suffer from heat stroke due to being left in vehicles in high temps. We love bringing our beloved pups with us to run errands and to take drives around town, but […]

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Avoiding Parvo: Keeping Your Dog Safe From this Highly Contagious Virus

It’s every pet owner’s nightmare: your happy, playful puppy suddenly falls ill and requires intense veterinary treatment. Unfortunately, this scenario is a reality for far too many dog owners because of canine parvovirus, or parvo. Parvo is an incredibly contagious and potentially life-threatening virus that is mostly a risk for young puppies and dogs without […]

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Understanding Cushing’s Disease in Dogs and How to Help Your Furry Friend Cope

Dog owners are very in-tune with their canine best friends; you know how often they eat and drink, when they go to the bathroom, how much they like to play and much more. This is why many dog owners get immediate red flags when they notice something as simple as their dog suddenly drinking a […]

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How to Help Your Dog Overcome Its Separation Anxiety

Dogs that terrorize the house while the owners are away are often assumed to have behavioral problems caused by a lack of training. While this certainly may be the case in some scenarios, other dogs may have a bigger issue than bad behavior. These dogs may actually be panicking due to separation anxiety. Most pet […]

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If You Leave the TV on for Your Dog, are They Really Going to Watch it?

Humans sit in front of the TV for hours each day, catching up on the news, watching a movie or binging shows on our favorite streaming service. For pet owners, TV time may appear to be bonding time, too—your pooch and you might lie snuggled on the couch. Your pup may even pay attention to […]

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Keep Your Dog Comfortable and Cool This Summer

Summer is here, and it’s a great opportunity to get out and have fun with your pet. But the weather can bring added risks that may result in tragedy. For example, we hear the warnings every year, but still there are some people who leave their dogs in the car. On a summer’s day, if […]

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5 Supplements to Consider for Your Aging Canine Companion

Watching your beloved dog grow up is a marvelous thing—from its playful puppy years, to its loyal adult years, and finally, to its senior years. Older dogs, typically aged seven or older, are considered “senior” dogs. At this point in their life, senior dogs will have changed dramatically both inside and out, and it’s our […]

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Bug Bites and Bee Stings: How to Protect Your Pup This Spring

You and your pooch will likely be spending a lot of time outdoors while the weather is warm this spring. Unfortunately, warmer weather also means a great number of insects like bees and mosquitos will begin to make your backyard, nearby parks and wilderness areas their home. Dogs are curious by nature and will try […]

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Car Safety: Common Approaches to Keeping Dogs Safe on the Road

Dog owners do not want their pet to suffer on a road trip. However, not taking adequate precautions can lead to motion sickness, nausea, choking and potential injury for a beloved companion pet. Dog owners can take steps to keep their dog happy and healthy on the road. What are some of the security options […]

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How to Recognize Paw Pad Injuries and Prevent Them from Worsening

Both you and your pooch love going for runs and walks outside, playing in the yard or chasing each other around the house. All that leaping and bounding is supported by your dog’s paw pads—the cushiony parts of your dog’s feet. Paw pads are crucial for everyday movement because they provide cushion while walking, protect […]

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