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  • Prepare Your Pets for Halloween

    Relieving Stressed-Out Pets If your pet does get stressed out by the festivities of the evening, use the following tips to reduce anxiety and help keep them calm. Exercise Exercise your pets early in the day. The more tired out they are when night falls and trick-or-treaters start showing

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  • Pet Clothes: A Fashion Statement or a Necessity?

    There is nothing cuter than a pet in a colorful sweater, but do our furry friends really need to wear clothing? Although clothing is not a necessity for every pet, some animals benefit from a little extra protection during cold or damp days. Others enjoy wearing festive clothing during holidays or other

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  • Seasonal Allergies Can Make Your Pet Miserable

    Winter is quickly becoming a distant memory as the days warm up and plants and trees come into bloom. Unfortunately, the change in seasons can cause unpleasant symptoms for pets that suffer from seasonal allergies. Because dogs and cats do not experience the same allergy symptoms as people, you might

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  • Keep Your Pets Safe During Fireworks Season

    Fireworks are the perfect ending to any summer celebration, but while you are oohing and aahing as the night sky lights up, your dog or cat may be cowering in fear. Luckily, there are a few things you can do to keep your furry friend safe, calm and happy during a fireworks show. Why Are Fireworks So

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  • Spring Hazards

    Everyone looks forward to spring with its fresh air, colorful flowers, and sense of renewal. But there are many hazards associated with this season. We should always be on guard when it comes to our pets and potential dangers. Many areas of the country have a problem with snails; people often put

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  • Six Tips for Keeping Your Dog Cool

    What To Do If You Think Your Dog is Heat Stressed The normal temperature of a dog is 100 to 102.5 degrees Fahrenheit . You should worry if the temperature is 105 degrees or above. You can use any human oral thermometer in the dog; place it two to three inches into

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  • Preparing Your Pet for the Winter

    This winter, while you curl up next to the fire with a cozy blanket, a good book and some hot chocolate, don't forget about your pet! Winter can play it rough with your pet and you have to look out for his health and well-being. Here are some preparations you should make to help your pet prepare for

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  • Put Some Teeth Into Your Pet’s Dental Care

    Ask Your Veterinarian About Pet Dental Care You are not alone in the fight against pet dental decay. Ask your veterinarian to show you how to brush your pet’s teeth and look for dental problems. Your pet care professional can also recommend pet dental care products,

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  • Holiday Hazards for Pets

    My Pet Ate It, Now What? Prompt veterinary care can help reduce the risk for serious illness or lessen the chances for complications from injury associated with holiday hazards. A veterinarian can perform testing to determine whether a pet has suffered serious damage from chewing on

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  • Keeping Pets Cool This Summer

    What to Know About Heat Stroke in Pets If your animal does overheat, it’s important to know the warning signs. Certain breeds and animals are more susceptible to heat stroke. If your animal is overweight, elderly or already has a heart condition, is it imperative that you take

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