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How to Help Your Adopted Pet Feel at Home

How to Help Your Adopted Pet Feel at Home

Have you recently adopted a pet from a shelter or rescue? It's important to consider how much your new fur pal will need to adjust during those first few months. Here are tips to help with the transition. The first three days with a new petIn the first...

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3 Facts About Heartworm Disease

3 Facts About Heartworm Disease

Heartworm disease has been diagnosed in dogs in all 50 states, and yet some myths and misunderstandings about this parasitic condition still exist. We want to help you separate fact from fiction by dispelling these common myths.Myth: I'll know if my pet...

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3 Things You Need to Know About COVID-19 and Your Pet

3 Things You Need to Know About COVID-19 and Your Pet

As the COVID-19 pandemic affects our everyday lives, pet owners are worried about how to keep their pets safe. The following three facts will help you and your pet stay safe and healthy during this crisis.#1: Rely on reputable sources for current COVID-19...

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Tips for Proper Socialization for Your Puppy

Tips for Proper Socialization for Your Puppy

Socializing your puppy is one of the most important things you can do to prepare him or her to cope with future situations. Learn more about what it is and what you can do to properly socialize your pup.Without positively exposing your puppy to new sights,...

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Easing Thunderstorm Anxiety for Your Pet

Easing Thunderstorm Anxiety for Your Pet

Pets tend to be more sensitive to storms than us humans. While we know to expect thunder, lightning, and winds, our furry friends may not understand what's going on. Pets may want to seek a dark, den-like space to ride out the storm. Since your pet can...

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What’s the Correct Diet for Your Cat?

What’s the Correct Diet for Your Cat?

If you think cats and dogs have the same dietary needs, think again. While dogs have evolved to handle starchy carbs, this is not also true for cats. Your feline friend is an obligate carnivore, meaning she must eat meat to survive. You don’t have to throw...

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How to Plan a Dog-Friendly Spring Break

How to Plan a Dog-Friendly Spring Break

Now that we're well into February, many of us may be looking forward to a spring break getaway. If your plans include bringing your dog, check out these three tips on how to make your break pup-friendly.#1: Choose a destination based on your pet's...

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What To Do When Your Cat Is Missing The Litter Box

What To Do When Your Cat Is Missing The Litter Box

Nothing ruins the bond you share with your feline friend more quickly than laying your head on a urine-soaked pillow or stepping in a wet spot on the carpet in socks. While you may chalk it up to your cat's displeasure about your new puppy or seeking...

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Decreasing Your Pet’s Anxiety

Decreasing Your Pet’s Anxiety

When you get home after a long day, you feel a sense of relief as you walk in your front door. Your home is your comforting sanctuary where you can rest and recharge. Your pet likely feels the same way, as those four walls create a protective, peaceful...

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How To Train Your Pet To Walk Nicely On A Leash

How To Train Your Pet To Walk Nicely On A Leash

Does your furry friend go nuts at the sight of her leash? Maybe she does a little dance and taps all of her feet in anticipation. However, going for a walk, while exciting, might not always be the easiest task if your pet doesn't have great leash manners....

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