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Make Sure Your Pup Gets Exercise as Fall Comes to an End!

As temperatures continue to drop and fall gets closer and closer to winter, the way we interact with our pets tends to change. From feeding them more table scraps thanks to holiday parties to leaving them home alone more often as we prepare for upcoming travels, our pets must adapt to new routines at the […]

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Caring for Pets When Traveling for the Holidays

Thanksgiving is coming up, and soon after will be the hustle and bustle of holiday and New Year’s celebrations. All of these festivities are filled with family, friends and lots of fun, but they are also extremely busy times and can be stressful. Travel is common around the holidays. While traveling during such a busy […]

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The Perfect Team: Keeping Your Pet Healthy Keeps You Healthy, Too

Many pet owners say that getting their pet was one of the best things that has ever happened to them. While they usually are referring to the joy they feel from adding a lovable cat or dog to the family, they may truly be right about it being the best thing for them. As a […]

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Phew! Why Do Your Dog’s Ears Smell So Bad?

Floppy, thin, short, pointy, long-hanging or alert—dog’s ears come in many shapes and sizes. No matter what they look like, your dog’s ears should always be clean and pink, as these are the signs of a healthy dog. Unfortunately, your dog’s ears might start to give off a nasty smell every once in a while. […]

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What’s Behind Your Dog’s Impeccable Sense of Smell?

A dog’s sense of smell is pretty phenomenal. It’s said to be over 1,000 times stronger than a human’s, which is why dogs use their sniffers much more than we do to learn about the world around them. Dog owners know that their pups like to sniff anything and everything that they can—bushes, toys, food […]

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Tips for Traveling with Your Four-Legged Friends

A family vacation isn’t truly a family vacation if you don’t bring your fur-babies along for the ride! Some pets enjoy road-trips and other excursions, while others would prefer to never leave the comfort of their favorite chair or pet-bed. If your pets enjoy travel, and if you’re going to a pet-friendly destination, sojourning with […]

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Going Beyond Words: Understanding Your Dog’s Mood Through Body Language

At one point or another, every pet owner has wished that their four-legged furry friends could talk. However, we don’t need our animals to talk to get to know them. Whether you’re concerned that your dog is feeling under the weather or you’re simply wanting to gain a better understanding of the things that make […]

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Your Dog Devoured Something He Shouldn’t Have… Now What?

Dogs are curious, and they love to gnaw on things. Whether it’s a bone, a toy or your brand-new shoes, Fido has probably thought about putting it in its mouth at least once. Unfortunately, you’re not always going to be able to stop your dog from chewing on and eating things it shouldn’t. It’s extremely […]

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6 of the Healthiest Dog Breeds and the Secret Behind Their Healthiness

When making the decision to adopt a dog, it’s difficult to picture a day when that beloved pooch will no longer be with you. Unfortunately, dogs can’t live forever, but some tend to live much longer than others. It’s a well-known fact that certain breeds have a tendency to fall ill with particular diseases. In […]

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Straining to Go: Identifying Constipation in Your Dog and Helping Them Get Over It

Any dog owner can tell you their least favorite part about owning a dog: picking up after it. Unlike cats, which usually go to the bathroom in a litter box, dogs are more likely to pee on bushes and trees and to poop all over the yard. Many household guests have fallen victim to the […]

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