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National Puppy Day is upon us! While we love our puppy friends all day every day, this holiday is a chance to indulge your pup. If you’re a dog-obsessed puppy owner, here are ways to spoil your best fur-friend on this special day. New Ways to Pamper Your Pup Our dogs are there for us 24/7, on our good days and even our not-so-good days. So it makes sense that we show them our full appreciation on National Puppy Day. Whether that means going for an extra long walk, hitting the dog park, or buying the best dog treats, our…

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Lymphoma is a cancer that is common in humans, but it also occurs in dogs too. While a diagnosis can be devastating for people and their pets, you can do your part by understanding the disease and participating in making decisions with your animal’s best interests in mind. Breeds Most Affected Malignant lymphoma is one of the most common types of cancer in dogs. It typically arises in dogs that are middle aged or older (with a median age of 6-9 years). Breeds that see the highest rates of lymphoma diagnosis are Bull Mastiffs, Bassett Hounds, Scottish Terriers, Saint Bernards,…

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The onset of fall can also bring about some dangers that can pose a threat to our beloved pets. During the autumn months, consider the following tips for keeping your pets both healthy and happy. Watch Out for Ticks Many species of the parasite that remain active into the winter and can even make it through the first frost, including tips. Follow the tips below to get your pet tick-free this fall. Tips to Keep your Pet Tick-free this Fall •Use a tick control product during the fall month •Schedule regular visits with your vet to catch tick-borne infections early…

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You love you pet more than anything in this world, there’s nothing that you wouldn’t do for them. Even though you would love to take them with you everywhere you go, sometimes it’s just not possible to bring your pet along on trips. If you have big holiday plans that include travel, hire a professional pet sitter. Petting Sitters Are Professionals Of course, you trust your friends and family, but they aren’t always the best choice when it comes to pet sitters. For one, they have their own commitments and stresses to worry about. On the other hand, a professional…

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A clean dog is synonymous with a healthy dog, and this means that their belongings such as bedding, bowls, and toys should always be fresh. Dirty dishes and linens will not only negatively impact your dog’s health but will also lead to foul odors in your home. Here is a guide on how to keep your doggy’s crate, bowls, and beddings in excellent condition. Blankets and Bedding Clean bedding not only minimizes your pet’s smells but also helps in ensuring that their coat and skin looks and feels healthy as well. Pets that spend a reasonable amount of time outdoors…

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National Dog Day is the perfect time for having fun your dog. Here are several ways to celebrate with your furry friend. Read a Book About Dogs to Your Dog Visit your local public library to find books about dogs. After bringing your library books home, you can sit on the couch with your dog next to you while you enjoy a few hours of reading. Take Your Dog On a Walk Your dog needs exercise, and you can also benefit from a walk. Attach a leash to your dog’s collar while you are walking through your neighborhood or at…

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Whether you’re the proud parent of a dog, cat, horse, pig or bearded dragon, there’s one thing all pet parents have in common: We all love our babies! Did you know, though, that February 20th is actually designated as National Love Your Pet Day? “But I love my pet every day,” you may be thinking. That’s true, but National Love Your Pet Day is the nationally (albeit unofficial) designated day to love and appreciate your pets, just as Valentine’s Day is the nationally recognized day to love and appreciate the different human relationships in your life. Origins Although the exact…

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As soon as the winter weather moves in and the snow starts to fly or the temperature dips, you may think that you can stop treating your pets for fleas and ticks. However, the truth is that you should continue treating your pet year-round. Even in the winter, flea and tick prevention is necessary as it’s still possible for pets to be affected. These Pests Are Stronger than You Think Commonly, fleas and ticks are most active when the weather is warm—and that’s true for a lot of insects, including those pesky mosquitoes. You treat your pet during these times…

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When you have a little puppy, they want to play 24/7. They always want to play, but what happens when it’s raining outside? You have to think of new ways to entertain your little furry bundle of joy. You have days where the rain clouds will overtake the skies, and you can’t do much except the things indoors. How do you cope with this? Let’s have a look at ways that you can keep your pup entertained even when indoors. Play Hide and Seek Believe it or not, you can play hide and seek with your pets! It can be…

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Winter holidays are upon us again. If your dog has celebrated a couple of Thanksgivings with you, then he knows what to expect. Even a puppy can sense when something has changed. They can feel the joy and excitement in the air. Our dogs do not need to understand the nuances of Thanksgiving or its history to partake in the holiday spirit. A DIY Thanksgiving dog treat is a magical way to tell your dog how special he or she is. You also will avoid feeding your pet table scraps that can cause an upset stomach or other issues. When…

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