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How to Prepare Your Pet for a Disaster

How to Prepare Your Pet for a Disaster

Wonder what would happen to your pet in an emergency? If you’re unsure, follow these steps to make a disaster plan to keep them safe.   #1: Know where you can take your pet Never leave your pet behind during an evacuation. If the environment is unsafe for you, it...

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Signs of Pain in Your Cat

Signs of Pain in Your Cat

Cats are notoriously stoic animals. This trait can make recognizing when they are in pain difficult for you. Your feline friend may experience pain for numerous reasons, including dental problems, joint issues, urinary tract infections, and kidney disease. We are here...

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Tips for Litter Box Success

Tips for Litter Box Success

Believe it or not, your cat’s inappropriate urination is not spiteful. On the contrary, your cat is pleading for help from you. Here are five problems that could be causing your cat to eliminate outside their box, and how to help the situation.   #1: Your cat’s...

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Help Your Dog Beat Back-to-School Boredom

Help Your Dog Beat Back-to-School Boredom

Summer is ending which means your kids will be heading back to school. While you may be looking forward to the peace and quiet while you work from home, your fun-loving dog may have a different opinion about the change of pace. Help keep your pet from having the...

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3 Ways for Your Pet to Avoid Heatstroke

3 Ways for Your Pet to Avoid Heatstroke

As a pet owner, you're responsible for protecting your four-legged friend from heatstroke this summer. Instead of putting them in front of a fan in your home all summer, you should go outside to play and exercise but take some precautions when doing so. Here are three...

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Missing Pet? 3 Ways to Ensure a Joyous Reunion

Missing Pet? 3 Ways to Ensure a Joyous Reunion

On July 5th, animal shelters are at their busiest with lost pets who bolted from their homes during the firework shows from the night before. In awareness of that, July is National Lost Pet Prevention Month. Here are the top three ways to help recover a lost pet and...

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4 Tips to Safely Camp with Your Pet

4 Tips to Safely Camp with Your Pet

Are you looking to go camping with your pet this summer? Here are a few tips to ensure your pet can safely camp with you! #1: Take your pet on a camping trial run Have a trial run in your backyard to see how your pet will handle sleeping in a tent. Follow these tent...

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Fourth of July Safety: Desensitizing Your Pet to Fireworks

Fourth of July Safety: Desensitizing Your Pet to Fireworks

Fourth of July is coming up, and before you know it, fireworks will be lighting up the sky. If last year’s July Fourth festivities turned your poor pet into a quivering wreck of anxiety and fear, you might want to begin desensitizing your furry pal to fireworks now....

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Seasonal Allergies in Pets

Seasonal Allergies in Pets

It's allergy season, and the last thing we want is for your pet to suffer. Here are a few signs to watch to ensure your pet is safe from pollen-spurred allergy attacks this season. #1: Your pet has itchy, irritated, inflamed skin Pets with allergies can be itchy and...

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