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Signs That Tell You If Your Pet Is Too Cold

Signs That Tell You If Your Pet Is Too Cold

No matter what the weather, your pets probably enjoy having a romp outside – and that includes during the winter! But as a pet owner, it’s important you know when they are too cold, and needs to get back inside. If you’re playing outside with your dog, make sure to...

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Winter Food Tips For Your Pooch

Winter Food Tips For Your Pooch

Many pet parents are unaware of the importance of switching up their dog's dietary routine this time of the year. When winter rolls around dogs, like their owners, may change exercise and eating habits because of the weather. It takes more calories to keep dogs warm...

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Should I Change My Dogs Food?

Should I Change My Dogs Food?

It's best to change your dog's diet slowly and steadily. Changeover your dog to a new food by replacing a little of the new stuff for the old in their usual meal. Switch out a little more at the next feeding, and so on, for seven days.

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Do I Have To Worry About Ticks In The Fall?

Do I Have To Worry About Ticks In The Fall?

Typically speaking, as long as temperatures stay below 35°F, ticks remain quiet. On warmer days, however, ticks may be out looking for a blood meal. If the ground isn't completely covered with snow and soil temperatures reach 45°F, ticks will likely search for blood...

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Tips On Keeping Your Dog Happy

Tips On Keeping Your Dog Happy

Whether you are researching if it is time for a new family member or just trying to brush up on dog lifestyle tips, here are 10 tips to make your dog happy and healthy! Ten Tips to Make your Dog’s Life Happy & Healthy
 by Pam Flowers Provide adequate shelter...

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Do Cats Need A Bath?

Do Cats Need A Bath?

In many cases, cats don’t need to be washed. They clean themselves naturally, so regular brushing is usually enough to keep your cat looking clean and comfortable. However there are occasions when a bath is necessary. If they have dirty himself in the litter box, for...

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Getting Your Dog Use To The Children Being Gone

Getting Your Dog Use To The Children Being Gone

When the kids are home, let them give your dog plenty of attention and play time. Have them go on long walks. Or just have them play ball. Doing the bonding as well as energy release that your dog enjoys. Dogs are usually social animals that were bred to perform a...

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Foods You Can Share With Your Cat

Foods You Can Share With Your Cat

When your cat is looking affectionately at you come dinner time, it can be tempting to give them a little bite. Just make sure you know what human foods cats can eat and which ones are off limits. Unless you don’t mind your cat romping around on your dinner plate,...

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Tips for Keeping Your Dog Free From Tick-Borne Infections

Tips for Keeping Your Dog Free From Tick-Borne Infections

Ticks are such aggravating little creatures, but far more significant than the nuisance factor is their ability to spread disease. Ticks that embed in a dog’s skin can spread a variety of serious and even life threatening infectious diseases including: Rocky Mountain...

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How Is Your Pets Mouth Care

How Is Your Pets Mouth Care

There are more benefits to a healthy smile than looking good and smelling fresh. Regular brushing can help prevent disease, infection, and tooth loss. All of these benefits are as important to our as they are to their owners. Unfortunately one of the most common...

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