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Signs Of Hearing Problems In Dogs

September 21, 2020

Just like people, dogs can have changes in their ability to hear as they age. There are also a number of medical conditions, diseases, and injuries that can cause hearing problems for dogs. September 22-28 is Deaf Pet Awareness Week, and this is an ideal time to brush up on your understanding of the signs…

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Everything You Need To Know About Rabies

September 14, 2020

It may seem like rabies is no longer an issue in Rockville and throughout Montgomery County, but this is not the case. According to government reporting, there are about 40 animals a year that are tested and verified to have rabies. In most cases, the infected animals are not domestic, although there are occasionally cats…

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Adopting An Older Dog During COVID-19

September 6, 2020

Adopting an older dog is a wonderful experience. Not only can you choose a dog that is already house and obedience trained, but you also have the ability to select a dog with a known temperament that is already at his or her mature size. Adopting a rescue dog during the COVID-19 pandemic does create…

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Managing Dog Separation Anxiety As The Kids Go Back To School

August 31, 2020

Even though this school year may look and feel different from other school years, most kids are going back to school in some form or fashion. This is always a difficult time for family pets, particularly if kids spend a lot of time playing with their four-legged companions over the summer months as they can…

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Tips For Socializing Your Dog

August 24, 2020

One of the most important aspects of socializing your dog is to ensure the pet is exposed to many different situations and circumstances as part of routine training. Socializing your dog can happen at any time. Still, it is most effective when started early and maintained throughout the life of the dog. Early socialization helps…

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Working From Home: Long-Term Solutions That Benefit You And Your Dog

August 17, 2020

One of the many potential benefits for individuals from the COVID-19 pandemic is working from home some or all of their hours. Having the ability to work from home can help you to save money, to spend more time with the ones you love, and to have a day filled with opportunities to bond with…

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Tips For Spoiling Your Dog The Right Way

August 10, 2020

It seems that no matter where you look online, information about what not to give your dog for a treat is all over the internet. This can leave dog owners confused about spoiling a dog and dismayed that their four-legged friends can no longer enjoy some of the little treats and activities they have done…

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Recognizing the Importance Of Dogs During National Immunization Awareness Month

August 2, 2020

August is National Immunization Awareness Month. It is a great time to brush up on your understanding of immunization programs for dogs. There are specific immunization requirements throughout the life of dogs. The specific vaccinations may differ slightly depending on where you are located and the types of health risks for dogs in your area.…

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