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Summer Fun Backyard BBQ Safety For Your Dog

July 19, 2020

The summer is a wonderful time to spend time relaxing in the backyard. BBQ dog safety must be considered when grilling and enjoying evening campfires as everyone unwinds and spends time together. One of the central features of get-togethers for family and friends is cooking out. There is something about cooking outside that makes food…

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Developing A Pet Fire Emergency Plan

July 13, 2020

Everyone should have a fire emergency plan designed for their home. This plan needs to include where and how to leave the residence based on fire starting or spreading to different areas of the home. While most families have a general understanding of where to go and how to get out of the house if…

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Dog-Friendly Pools: What Owners Need To Know

June 29, 2020

Most dogs love to cool off with a swim, and they are natural swimmers. But dog-friendly pools are important to consider. Keeping your dog safe in the pool does take some training and advanced preparation. Just like children, dogs should never be allowed in a pool, or even a lake, without constant supervision. Unfortunately, dogs…

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Everything You Wanted To Know About Microchipping Your Pet

June 22, 2020

Microchipping has been used for the identification of dogs and cats for years. Initially, there was a lot of misinformation and myths about the process. Now, with vets and breeders behind the program, it is now commonly used in most countries around the world.  To understand if microchipping your dog or cat is a good…

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Preparing A Camping Or RV Vacation With Your Dog

June 15, 2020

Most dogs love to travel in the vehicle, and they tend to enjoy camping vacations in the great outdoors as much or more than their owners. Taking your beloved pooch on a camping trip in a tent or an RV is a wonderful time to get in exercise, spend time bonding, and find time to…

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Tips For Preventing Lyme Disease In Dogs

May 25, 2020

As populations of ticks become larger in most areas of the United States and have even moved into areas of Canada where they were not found even a few years ago, the number of cases of Lyme disease in dogs is also on the rise. There are some very practical and effective ways to help…

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Lost Dog – What To Do And Not Do

May 18, 2020

Having a lost dog is a terrible feeling. It is even more problematic if your dog gets out of your yard at home and simply seems to disappear from the area. Your first thought is often of accidents, injuries, or even theft, and this can make it difficult to calmly approach the problem and start…

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First Aid Prevention Month For Dogs – Taking Care Of Minor Injuries

April 20, 2020

Dogs and kids seem to be almost attracted to doing things that end up with a variety of bumps, bruises, scratches, and other types of minor injuries. While it may be easy to turn to decorative band-aids and fun treatment options for your kids, it is often more challenging to know what first aid prevention…

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