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  • Jan 14 2021

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    It’s Train Your Dog Month!

    Do you have a dog that lunges at other dogs, people, bicycles, or cars when you’re out on walks? Chases squirrels, rabbits, chipmunks, or worse, skunks!? Never comes when you call him? Barks like…

  • Jan 07 2021

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    January is Walk Your Pet Month

    January is Walk your Pet Month! What better way to start off the New Year, than with a resolution to walk your dog more often making sure you both get more exercise and fresh air! Walking is a great…

  • Dec 17 2020

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    Holiday Safety for Pets

    As the holiday season approaches Christmas could look a little different for many people this year amid concerns of COVID-19 cases surging after holiday gatherings. …

  • Dec 10 2020

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    Keeping Your Pets Warm and Safe from Winter Worries

    Not everyone has to experience winter’s wrath of snow, ice, rain, and windchill, but for those of us who do, winter is coming! And not everyone enjoys spending time outside in the winter months and…

  • Nov 26 2020

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    Adopting Rescue Dogs Responsibly

    Research has shown the benefits of having pets in our lives – dogs can have physical, mental, emotional, and social benefits. Pet owners tend to feel less lonely and have lower rates of depression.…

  • Nov 19 2020

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    Thanksgiving Foods – What’s Okay to Share With Pets?

    As the holidays approach indulgence is expected! But what about our pets? Can they indulge a little? While table feeding on a regular basis can lead to obesity and bad habits (e.g., begging),…

  • Nov 05 2020

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    November is Pet Diabetes Month

    Pets, as with humans, can be affected by diabetes. And with the number of overweight and obese pets on the rise, so too is the incidence of diabetes. …

  • Oct 29 2020

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    6 Tips to Keep Your Pets Safe this Halloween!

    Boo! The number of little ghosts and goblins that head out trick-or-treating this year may not be as high as in past years due to COVID-19, but that doesn’t mean that the number of treats in our…