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06
Dec

How Do You Actually Benefit From Regular Dental Checkups?

Having you come in for a checkup every 6 or 12 months may seem like a good way for your dentist to grab at more of your hard-earned money. However, your dentist really does have your best interests at heart when he or she recommends these regular checkups. Depending on your insurance plan, dental checkups […]

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06
Dec

Live Somewhere With A Lot Of Snow? 3 Grooming Services To Have Done For Your Dog

As the owner of a dog and someone who lives in a climate that receives snow, there are some things that you need to consider in order for your pet to look their best. Grooming is an important part of being a good dog owner, making it important that you look into what kinds of […]

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20
Sep

Dog Boarding For Holiday Travelers

Are you planning to go on vacation for the holiday season? Are you trying to decide what to do with your dog while you’re traveling? Staying in a hotel with a dog can be a challenge, especially if your furry friend doesn’t like riding in a car. You may be thinking about hiring a pet […]

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04
Jul

Just Adopted A Kitten? 4 Tips For Getting Them Comfortable With Grooming

An important part of keeping your cat in good health throughout their life is regular grooming. If you’ve recently adopted a new cat, it’s a good idea to get them started young so that they’re comfortable being groomed as they grow up. If you’re unsure of how to do this, you’ll want to start as […]

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14
Feb

Tips For Helping Your Dog Deal With Separation Anxiety

Some dogs are prone to more separation anxiety and stress than others, and while some breeds develop the problem more often, any dog can be susceptible. If you’ve adopted a dog and started coming home from work or your trips to the market only to find that your pup has shredded a pillow or destroyed […]

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03
Aug

Four Benefits Of Taking Your Dog To The Groomers (Other Than Looking Fabulous)

Pet groomers can make your dog look great, but there can be other benefits to the groomers other than standard clipping and cleaning. Dog grooming professionals can help with other areas of your dog’s life besides looks. Here are four hidden benefits for your dog and family that regular trips to the groomers can help […]

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31
Jul

Preventing Your Dog From Jumping On People At The Kennel

If you’re a new dog owner, you want your dog to know you love them and are going to care for them. However, along with love comes discipline. If you need to use a boarding facility, some discipline is required to train your furry friend the boundaries of what they can do and can’t do. […]

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31
Jul

4 Tips To Help Your Dog Handle A Long-Distance Moving Day

If you are planning on moving long-distance soon, make sure that you don’t forget to make a moving plan for your dog. Here are four tips to help make moving day less stressful on your dog: Tip #1: Arrange For Your Dog To Be Somewhere Else When The Movers Are Working Try to schedule a […]

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29
Jul

3 Things You Can Do between Pet Grooming Appointments for Your Dog

If you own a dog, especially one with longer hair, you know how important it is to make sure that you take them into the pet groomer regularly. However, because you obviously can’t take them into the groomer every single day, you want to be sure that you do certain things to keep them looking […]

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22
Jul

Learning More About Why Your Dog And Cat Need A Bordetella Vaccine

If you have ever visited a kennel and found several of the dogs coughing, you have seen and heard the results of a virus called canine tracheobronchitis, more commonly referred to as kennel cough. While many people associate kennel cough with dogs, you should know cats can also contract this type of respiratory virus. Being […]

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