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Fourth of July Safety Tips for Pets

For many people, nothing beats lounging in the backyard on the Fourth of July with good friends and family—including the four-legged members of the household. While it may seem like a great idea to reward them with scraps from the … Continue reading

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Celebrating Earth Day With Your Pet

In the spirit of Earth Day, we wanted to share 6 tips with you to keep your pet “earth-friendly” on Earth Day. 1. Use Biodegradable Dog Waste Bags Plastic grocery bags are a terrible bag to use, as they are … Continue reading

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Labrador Retriever Is Once Again America’s Most Popular Dog

On Feb. 22, the American Kennel Club (AKC) announced that, according to its 2015 registration statistics, Labrador retrievers are once again the most popular dogs in America. This is the 25th consecutive year they have had the top spot, claiming it in 56 … Continue reading

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January is National Train Your Dog Month

Have you heard? January is National Train Your Dog Month! It’s the perfect time of year for you to learn how simple, fun and rewarding it can be to have a dog, if they are trained well. Whether your dog … Continue reading

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New Years Eve Pet Safety Tips

On New Year’s Eve, everyone wants to have an unforgettable night — in a good way. By following a few simple steps, having a good sense of awareness, and taking these pet safety tips to heart, we can all have … Continue reading

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What Is Parvovirus And How To Properly Clean Up If Your Dog Has Been Infected

Canine Parvovirus (also called parvo) is a very contagious and potentially fatal viral disease seen in dogs. Most commonly, parvovirus causes gastroenteritis, or inflammation of the stomach and intestines. About Parvovirus Canine parvovirus is contagious and can survive for several … Continue reading

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Helping Your Pet Overcome Separation Anxiety

Helping your pet overcome separation anxiety, means that you work towards reducing your dog’s dependence on you. This greater sense of independence can be accomplished with a variety of behavior modification activities often in conjunction with anti-anxiety medications. How to … Continue reading

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Dog Flu Outbreak Unleashes Warnings From Veterinarians

Pay attention to where cases are occurring (HealthDay News) — With more than 2,000 dogs sickened by highly contagious dog flu in the United States, veterinarians urge pet owners to take precautions. “My advice to dog owners is to watch … Continue reading

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What’s in a dog breed? Less than you might think

Writer Robert Boos If you think those “perfect” pooches at dog shows are the shining examples of their breeds, think again. A massive study of more than 80,000 individual dogs reveals there’s actually a lot of behavioral variation within any given breed, particularly … Continue reading

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Planning for Your Pet’s Veterinary Healthcare in 2015

With the arrival of the New Year, we want to help you plan for your pet’s individualized wellness care plan based on their age, breed, health status, environment, lifestyle and travel habits. Whether your pet is young, adult, or senior, … Continue reading

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