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Did You Know… 20 Little Known Facts About Dogs and Cats
Did You Know… 20 Little Known Facts About Dogs and Cats Thu, May 09, 2019 If you are reading this, chances are you share your life with a dog or cat, yet do you really know about your pet? Here are some fun, little known facts about dogs and cats. Read More

Tips For Safely Taking Your Dog On A Road Trip
Tips For Safely Taking Your Dog On A Road Trip Thu, May 09, 2019 Road trips account for 39% of vacations taken by Americans. Many people prefer the flexibility of driving anywhere they want, packing as much as will fit in their car and being able to take their furry best friend with them. Your dog might need some ... Read More
By Jane Williams

Protecting Your Pooch From Pesky Pests
Protecting Your Pooch From Pesky Pests Fri, May 03, 2019 According to The Florida Entomologist, there are 19 out of the 2,200 known species of fleas currently in Florida. Despite this, there are still plenty of fleas around, presenting a common problem for dogs. Preventing fleas and other pests from affect... Read More
By Jane Williams

Collar and leash options for your pet
Collar and leash options for your pet Thu, May 02, 2019 Being taken for a walk is one of the activities most treasured by a pet. Just say the words, “go for a walk?”, and they get all excited. But, as we know, not every dog walks well on a leash. Read More

The Different Classifications of Service Animals
The Different Classifications of Service Animals Thu, May 02, 2019 Animals can be utilized in many different areas of service to assist humans. There are service animals, assistance animals, guide dogs, therapy animals, and emotional support animals. There are differences between these classifications. Read More

Adopting a Big Dog? Things You Will Need To Know
Adopting a Big Dog? Things You Will Need To Know Wed, Apr 24, 2019 According to research by the ASPCA, around 23% of the dogs owned in America are adopted from shelters. Oftentimes, bigger dogs are more difficult to rehome, mostly because they need more space. When you are visiting the shelter looking to adopt a new... Read More
By Jane Williams

Spaying or Neutering Your Pet
Spaying or Neutering Your Pet Fri, Mar 08, 2019 The number one reason you should look into spaying or neutering your pet is that it is in the animal's best interest. True, you would be experiencing some benefits such as a pet that is cleaner and better behaved, but it is your pet's welfare that yo... Read More
By Mary Nielsen

How to Welcome A Rescue Dog into Your Home
How to Welcome A Rescue Dog into Your Home Fri, Mar 01, 2019 Congratulations! You’ve just changed a life by adopting a dog from a rescue center and they’re almost ready to come home with you. So, what happens next? No doubt, the staff at the shelter will give you ample advice and guidance, but we have some... Read More
By Angie Hill

How to Housetrain a 2-Month Old Puppy
How to Housetrain a 2-Month Old Puppy Fri, Jan 04, 2019 It’s that time of year when many people have received a puppy for Christmas and are now trying to housetrain the puppy. Being away from his mother, sisters and brothers isn’t easy for a new 2-month old puppy. The new surroundings of your home and all... Read More
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What To Know About Common Skin Problems in Dogs
What To Know About Common Skin Problems in Dogs Fri, Dec 07, 2018 68% percent of US households own a pet, and most of these families note that their pet’s health is one of the most important factors in the overall health of their family. If your dog is experiencing problems with their skin, there’s no immediate nee... Read More

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