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Are You And Your Pet Ready For Spring?

Are You And Your Pet Ready For Spring?

As a pet parent, you should prepare your pet for spring and ensure your doggy and kitty are healthy and safe at the same time, having fun. Groom them up Warmer weather means lots of shedding. This is the time our pets shed their winter coats for the sleek, thinner...

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Foods Dogs Love And Foods Your Dog Should Never Have

Foods Dogs Love And Foods Your Dog Should Never Have   FOODS TO AVOID Below are some of the most common foods that can be toxic to your pets. Alcohol can be poisonous to pets & in some cases, can lead to a coma or death. Even seemingly harmless amounts can be...

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Spring Time Pet Tips

Spring has sprung, and with the change of season, our thoughts turn to Easter festivities, spring cleaning and much-needed home improvement projects. Before you embark on seasonal chores or outdoor revelry, take inventory of the potential springtime hazards for your...

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Signs of Seasonal Allergies in Cats

Signs of Seasonal Allergies in Cats

It's that time of the year again in the Northern hemisphere. The world is starting to come alive. Trees are unfurling their buds, grasses are coming back to life. and flowers are in bloom. Ragweed, pollen, and mold counts are up, and you're waking up every morning...

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Dogs And Spring Time

Dogs love spring time because they get to spend more time outdoors. After being inside all winter it is a play time now for the warmer outside weather. And who doesn't love watching dogs play. However, the warmer days bring some health concerns so make sure your dog...

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Weight Loss Tips For Your Older Dog

Weight Loss Tips For Your Older Dog

Feed your overweight dog more protein and less carbohydrates. Dogs succeed on a high-protein diet, which builds lean muscle, and they don’t need carbohydrates at all. The ideal canine weight-loss diet is high in protein, low in carbohydrates, and moderate in fat,...

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Is your Pet A Little To Fat?

Is your Pet A Little To Fat?

Pet obesity is an increasing problem for most domestic animals. Dogs, Cats, and other pets are at risk for obesity simply due to the nature of being a pet. Most pets are well fed regularly and don't spend enough time exercising to properly balance the calories they're...

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Is It Ok To Give My Dog Carrots?

Is It Ok To Give My Dog Carrots?

Yes, your dog can eat carrots! Carrots are affordable and beneficial additions to your dog’s diet. Low in calories, they are crunchy and sweet, and most dogs really like them. Carrots Are Packed With Nutrients They are loaded with beta-carotenes, antioxidants, fiber,...

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Granola Peanut-Butter Crunches Recipe

What dog doesn’t love peanut butter? Granola Peanut-Butter Crunches are a good way to satisfy that craving and add nutritious foods to the mix.  Homemade peanut butter is great, but store-bought is also fine. 2 cups uncooked organic rolled oats (not instant) ¼...

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The Importance of Dog Dental Care

The Importance of Dog Dental Care

Despite the old saying, that a dog’s mouth is cleaner than a humans, dogs can still develop problems like tartar and plaque buildup and gingivitis. But it’s not just bad breath and yellow teeth you have to worry about. As with humans, these canine dental problems can...

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