New Puppy Checklist

New Puppy Checklist

Congrats on your new pup! Getting a dog is an exciting time for your family, but there are a few things that need to be taken care of to maintain the safety of the dog and its humans.   Stock Up Make sure you have everything your

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How to Make a DIY Dog Toy

How to Make a DIY Dog Toy

Are you tired of watching your dog destroy a $10 dog toy in just an afternoon? Maybe its time to try making your own toys, with this DIY indestructible dog toy! It’s simple, quick to make, and your dog will love it! And if your dog does

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3 Signs Your Dog Loves You

3 Signs Your Dog Loves You

Your dog might not be able to say it with words, but there are lots of other little ways he’ll communicate how much he cares for you. Look out for these three signs of affection! He licks your face This shows your pup wants to groom you,

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Caring For a Senior Dog

Caring For a Senior Dog

If your dog is 8 years or older, then they are likely considered a senior, though this can vary depending on age and size. As your dog ages, you may notices changes in behavior and health, and its important as the owner to make note of these

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3 Dog Care Essentials

3 Dog Care Essentials

It doesn’t take much to keep your dog healthy and happy during his life with your family. There are, however a few guidelines you should always remember so your dog and your family remain safe. Here are five dog care essentials:   ID your dog Make sure

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Why Is My Dog Vomiting?

Why Is My Dog Vomiting?

Just like humans, your dog may eat something that makes them sick, causing them to throw up. Vomiting one or twice a year is fairly normal, but if it becomes more frequent, prepare to take your pet to the vet. There are many reasons why your dog

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Five Cat Adoption Mistakes

Five Cat Adoption Mistakes

Are you thinking about adopting a cat? Don’t make these common mistakes! 1.Overlooking the needs of your current pet Give some thought to how your current cat might react to a new cat. If in the past, he’s shown aggression or fear around other kitties, you could

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Back To School With Pets

Back To School With Pets

The transition back to school can be as tough on pets as it is for families! “Dogs might get less exercise or attention because the kids aren’t around to play with them or take them for an extra walk,” said Victoria Wells, an animal behaviorist for the

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Microchipping 101

Microchipping 101

Microchipping is a routine, non-invasive procedure where a veterinarian inserts a microchip that contains a unique identification number under a dog or cat’s skin using a hypodermic needle. This procedure is becoming increasingly widespread across the world, and is even required for cats and dogs in some counties.

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How To Give Your Dog A Bath

How To Give Your Dog A Bath

The most important thing to remember when bathing your dog is to remind them that it is fun! Rewarding your dog with treats throughout the bath is an easy way to teach your dog to enjoy having a bath. Follow these steps for an enjoyable bath time

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