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Pet Car Travel: The Dangers of Letting Your Dog Put His Head Out the Window

By Trips With Pets For most dogs, the most pleasurable part of riding in the car is feeling the cool breeze in their little faces as they put their head out the window. Despite how good and invigorating this feels, it’s very dangerous. Back in the “old” days, automobiles did not have windshields and their

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Pet Dangers Lurking In Your Own Backyard

By Monica Reyes My dog, Mookie gets excited when I let her into the backyard; she even sits at the back door, waiting for us to let her run free. Not because she particularly likes the outdoors, but because her “brother” Phillip (a large tabby cat) is out there, waiting for her to come out

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Summer HEAT Safety Tips For Pets

By Amber Keiper The summer season can be an exciting time for you and your pets with school being out and outdoor activities like biking, swimming, camping, and picnicking being in full swing. Don’t let the summer heat get in the way of having fun with your pet. Keep them safe during this time of

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Summertime Pet Protection

By Evan Price Generally, when people think of pet protection they are thinking of flea and tick prevention, a watchdog to guard the house, or sweaters to keep their dogs insulated during the winter months. But during the sweltering heat that summer can bring, protecting our pets from sunburn and heat stroke are paramount, especially

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