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Helping Your Dog Stay Healthy Through Weight Loss Programs

October 14, 2020

This year, Pet Obesity Awareness Day is October 14 so in celebration of this day, and to help pets that may have gained a pound or two over this COVID-19 crisis, setting up a dog weight loss programs and exercise for routine for your dog is a great way to get pets and people back…

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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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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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Spring Training for Dogs

March 23, 2020

Dog spring training, what? Spring training is usually associated with professional baseball. It is a time of year for players to get back in shape and to review old skills and strategies, and maybe even learn something new.  However, dog spring training is not that much different. It is a time for owners to transition…

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Treat Your Dog to Fall Themed Treats

October 2, 2019

If you are a dog lover, you always want to involve your dog in the special things that surround each holiday season. With Halloween and Thanksgiving just around the corner, one of the big seasonal flavors is pumpkin and pumpkin spice.    While you may be anxiously awaiting the arrival of the pumpkin spiced latte…

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The Risks Of Letting Your Dog Drink From A Puddle

May 27, 2019

Puddles, ditches, and low lying areas are always attractive to dogs. They seem to love to run through the mud, to roll around in the cool dirt and even to drink the water. However, letting dogs drink from stagnant water in these types of low lying areas can have mild to much more serious health…

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The Hidden Danger To Dogs In Spring Flowers

April 23, 2019

Spring is a welcome time of the year, with the cold days of winter in the past and the warmer days of summer just around the corner. Spring is also a time for a range of different wildflowers and garden flowers to start blooming and making the world around us look colorful.    If you…

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Reading Dog Food Labels – Taking the Mystery Out Of the Process

March 6, 2019

Just like it is important to read the labels of the food purchase for yourself and your family, it is also important to become educated about what is in your dog’s food. As with human food, dog food labeling is required. Rules for dog food labeling and ingredients in dog food are regulated by the…

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