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Tips to Create a Feline-Friendly Environment

Tips to Create a Feline-Friendly Environment The life of a cat must be rough huh? Cats seem to have a pretty great life spent napping in the sun, being attended to, pet and fed whenever requested. But while things look all fun and games for your kitty, things may look a little different from a…
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Celebrate Pet Week By Celebrating Your Shelter

Celebrate Pet Week By Celebrating Your Shelter Without local animal shelters, millions of animals who go on to be pets and best friends would be abandoned and not cared for. A lot of the time, the work done at local shelters is done behind the scenes with no fuss or fare. The people who work…
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Mother’s Day For Pet Moms 

Mother’s Day For Pet Moms It's almost Mother's Day, and just because your child may be furry and walk on four paws doesn't mean you can't take part in the fun. After all, pet moms are some of the best, most loving, giving, and deserving moms around. Parenting has a lot of ups and downs,…
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Who Are Veterinary Specialists?

Who Are Veterinary Specialists? Few people often bother to check and understand the extra initials and alphabets behind a veterinarian's name. Some even ignore them ignorantly while others may recognize them though with little or no interest at all. Sadly, they are ignoring the basic tenets of distinguishing professional veterinarians from not-so-qualified veterinary personnel. So,…
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How Many Miles Can You Run With Your Dog?

How many miles can I run with my dog? Although all people can run a marathon, regardless of their height, shape or body build, it's not the same with dogs. It's very important for dog owners to determine whether your breed is meant to run- Let's figure out how! It's a fact that some dog…
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April is National Heartworm Awareness Month

April is National Heartworm Awareness Month Buy 9 months and get 3 free with this offer! With all of the raining this Spring, and the number of times we have been bitten by mosquitoes already, 2016 may be a year producing a lot of heartworm disease. To help make this a year with LESS HEARTWORMS,…
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First Aid Kits For Animals

First Aid Kits For Animals Did you know that April is National Pet First Aid Awareness month? If you don't have a first aid kit in your house for your pets, then these tips can help you put one together. We have compiled a short list of some must-have items to keep in your kit…
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How to Bring a New Cat Into Your Home

How to Bring a New Cat Into Your Home Are you considering adding a new meowy ball of fur to your household? Owning more than one cat can be fun, and at the same time frustrating if they don’t get along. Cats are territorial by nature and do not naturally form bonds with all other…
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Irish Breeds to Bring You Luck This St.Patrick’s Day

Irish Breeds to Bring You Luck This St.Patrick's Day St. Patrick’s Day is here and everyone is looking for their lucky leprechaun on the other side of the rainbow with a pot of gold. Since that probably won’t happen, We have rounded up 5 of the cutest Irish dog breeds in honor of St. Patrick's…
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Reading Your Dog’s Body Language

Reading Your Dog's Body Language Since dogs can’t talk to us, they have to rely on other ways to communicate with us such as vocalizations, body gestures, and postures. They have to rely on these communications to let other dogs and people know how they are feeling, especially if they feel stressed, frightened or threatened.…
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