How to Teach Your Dog to Focus on Walks

How to Teach Your Dog to Focus on Walks

When you take your pup on a stroll around your neighborhood, do they lunge and bark at every living thing? Many dogs become hyper-focused on other dogs, people, squirrels, cars, or other moving objects, making your daily walk less than pleasant. Dogs who react this...

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What Happens During My Pet’s Spay?

What Happens During My Pet’s Spay?

Although you know you should spay your female pet to prevent a host of medical and behavior issues, as well as unwanted puppies, you may not know what exactly happens during a spay surgery. Since World Spay Day—February 23—is approaching, let’s explain the procedure,...

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Halloween Costume Safety Tips for Your Pet

Halloween Costume Safety Tips for Your Pet

As the spookiest of seasons approaches, you may be decorating everything in sight with cobwebs, pumpkins, and skeletons—including even your pet! Although we’ll admit cats and dogs are incredibly cute as ghosts, witches, and pumpkins, Halloween costumes can pose a...

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Why is Wellness Care Important for Your Pet?

Why is Wellness Care Important for Your Pet?

Pets require routine veterinary care to maintain their good health. Nothing is more important than regular wellness care to ensure that a subtle disease does not go undetected and to protect your pet from the many illnesses that can be easily prevented. Let's take a...

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Back to School Activities For Your Pet

Back to School Activities For Your Pet

As the kids head back to school, whether online or in-person, they’re likely overjoyed to be learning something new, and interacting with friends. Your pets can also learn a thing or two during the back-to-school time! Here are three great activities that will help...

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Create a First Aid Kit for Your Pet in 3 Easy Steps

Create a First Aid Kit for Your Pet in 3 Easy Steps

As a pet owner, you have an extra responsibility to prep your pet for any disaster. A first-aid kit that is fully stocked—not only for you, but for your pet, too—is an essential component of any emergency plan. Follow these three easy steps to build a pet first aid...

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Signs of Cognitive Dysfunction in Pets

Signs of Cognitive Dysfunction in Pets

As pets age, they can suffer from impaired mental function, similar to people with Alzheimer’s or dementia. Many of the signs associated with cognitive dysfunction in pets are chalked up to old age. However, with careful monitoring, early diagnosis, and proper...

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Camping Safety Tips for You and Your Pet

Camping Safety Tips for You and Your Pet

As summer fades into fall, there’s no better time to get outdoors and enjoy a camping trip with your beloved companion. Experience the delight of the changing leaves, a toasty campfire, and a fuzzy blanket keeping you warm in your sleeping bag. But, before you head...

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3 Ways to Help Your Pet Stay Cool This Summer

3 Ways to Help Your Pet Stay Cool This Summer

As we enter the dog days of summer, pooches—and cats—are feeling the heat. Instead of sitting in front of the air-conditioning unit all summer long, use these cool tricks, to help your furry pal cope with the summer heat.   #1: Freeze treats for your pet Does...

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