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How to Spot Heatstroke in Your Pet

How to Spot Heatstroke in Your Pet

How to Spot Heatstroke in Your Pet As summer reaches its height, your furry pal may grow more accustomed to the high temperatures and humidity levels associated with the season, but they still can succumb to heatstroke. Abrupt temperature increases can cause a sudden...

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How To Find a Lost Pet

How To Find a Lost Pet

How To Find a Lost Pet More pets go missing over the July Fourth holiday than at any other time, so if your furry pal is afraid of fireworks, learn how to find them if they take off in a panic. Follow these four steps for the most effective ways to find a lost pet....

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3 Tips To Help Your Pet With Noise Aversion

3 Tips To Help Your Pet With Noise Aversion

3 Tips To Help Your Pet With Noise Aversion Many pets are scared of loud noises, whether they’re caused by the vacuum cleaner, construction, or fireworks. Although you may not be able to avoid all of these sounds completely, you can help your furry pal cope with the...

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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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