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Does Your Dog Have Canine Anxiety?

Does Your Dog Have Canine Anxiety?

Does Your Dog Have Canine Anxiety?   Anxiety in dogs is more common than you might think. Signals that indicate your pup could be anxious can be difficult to detect, but once you know what to look for, you may find them to be pretty obvious. In honor of Dog...

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Spring Skin Allergies in Pets

Spring Skin Allergies in Pets

Spring Skin Allergies in Pets As spring brings warmer weather and new growth, it also brings something more threatening—pollen. This yellow substance triggers irritating allergies in people and pets alike and can cause a wide variety of signs in suffering pets. Read...

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3 Tips To Prevent Lyme Disease in Your Dog

3 Tips To Prevent Lyme Disease in Your Dog

How to Protect Your Dog from Lyme Disease   Black-legged, or deer, ticks are the species responsible for transmitting Lyme disease to dogs and people. No longer limited to the East Coast, Lyme disease is spreading across the country and can infect dogs in any...

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4 Tips on Welcoming a New Puppy into Your Home

4 Tips on Welcoming a New Puppy into Your Home

Landing on Their Paws: How to Set Your New Puppy Up for Success Although we think every day should be puppy day, National Puppy Day falls on March 23 this year. If you’re planning on welcoming a new puppy home soon, these are some of the best ways to help them settle...

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Common Pet Toxins You Should Be Aware Of

Common Pet Toxins You Should Be Aware Of

Danger Alert! Common Pet Toxins Household toxins are a common source of pet poisoning, particularly in the kitchen or bathroom. However, potential hazards can lurk everywhere, including in your garage, garden, and cupboards. Brush up on your toxin knowledge for...

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Tips for Walking Your Dog in Cold Weather

Tips for Walking Your Dog in Cold Weather

Bundle Up! How to Walk Your Dog Safely in Cold Weather When the temperature drops and the snow flies, your dog still needs to be walked outside. And, although you’d probably much rather stay snuggled up on the sofa, there are ways to make heading outdoors tolerable....

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