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Surviving The First Few Week With Your New Puppy

Surviving The First Few Week With Your New Puppy

Cheers! You’ve just entered the Crazy Zone. In a good way, of course. For the next 10 or more years, you are going to have more fun and love and licks than you know what to do with. Taking Your New Fur Baby Home The first day with your new puppy will involve...

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Introducing Your Puppy to Their Forever Home

Introducing Your Puppy to Their Forever Home

It’s important to have all the supplies like a crate and chew toys before you bring your puppy home. Here is a helpful shopping list. A Crate. This is an priceless means for keeping your puppy safe when you can’t oversee him and for simplifying your house training...

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Senior Fur Babies

Senior Fur Babies

Cats and small dogs are generally considered "senior" at seven years old, but we all know they've got plenty of life left in them at that age. Larger breed dogs tend to have shorter life spans compared to smaller breeds and are often considered senior when they are 5...

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Harmful Toxins For Your Dog

Harmful Toxins For Your Dog

1. Chocolate: Dark equals dangerous! Bakers and dark chocolate are the most toxic, and milk chocolate if ingested in large amounts. 2. Xylitol: This sweetener found in sugarless chewing gum and candy, medications and nasal sprays causes a rapid drop in blood sugar and...

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Cat Harmful Toxins Keep An Eye Out

Cat Harmful Toxins Keep An Eye Out

1. Lilies: Plants in the Lilium species, such as Easter, Tiger, and Asiatic lilies, cause kidney failure in cats. All cat owners must be aware of these highly toxic plants! 2. Household cleaners: Most general purpose cleaners (e.g., Windex, Formula 409) are fairly...

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Ways To Protect Pets This Winter

Ways To Protect Pets This Winter

Follow these tips to keep animals safe and comfortable in the cold Winter is a season of bitter cold and numbing wetness. Make sure your fur babies stay safe and warm by following these simple steps. Keep pets sheltered Keep your pets inside with you and your family....

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Ways to Make the Holidays Safer for Pets

Ways to Make the Holidays Safer for Pets

Nothing can put a damper on the holiday cheer like an emergency visit to a vet clinic. These tips can help prevent a holiday disaster with your fur babies. Keep people food out of the reach of your pet, and ask your guests to do the same. Make sure your pet doesn't...

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Thanksgiving foods that are not OK for cats and dogs

Thanksgiving foods that are not OK for cats and dogs

When holiday foods don’t agree with a pet, they often cause vomiting and diarrhea, as well as more unbearable symptoms. Grapes Grapes and raisins are poisonous to dogs. They can cause vomiting and diarrhea before shutting down the kidneys. Onions Garlic, onions,...

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Can I Give My Pet Turkey

Can I Give My Pet Turkey

Here is what you need to know about serving turkey to your dog and to get your dog through the holidays safely. Turkey is not poisonous to your dog, it has lots of healthy nutrients in them for your dog. Here are some safe ways to give your dog turkey: Skip the skin....

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Flea and Tick Medicine Year Round?

Flea and Tick Medicine Year Round?

Yes. Many of these pests are still active during the winter months, no matter how cold it gets. And year-round bug preventives not only help safeguard your pet from disease, but they help protect your family's health as well. Annoying Fleas Fleas can endure very cold...

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