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Being A Pet Parent

Published on July 17, 2013 by in BARF

By Monica Reyes Being a responsible pet parent is not just a title- it is an important role in your pet’s life. As for me, I am a full-time student, a full-time Raw Pet Food Specialist, and mother of a 2 year old boy, 6 year old cat, and 8 month old pup. Sounds like

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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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Environmental Allergies And Stress

By Rob Mueller It is apparent that certain times of the year create more stressful periods for people and pets. At this time, those who are affected by pollen, molds, pesticides, and other stressors are having a tough time. In the case of our stress-affected pets, it becomes an even more serious issue. At this

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Tick and Flea Medication Dangers

By Monica Reyes Not only am I a pet parent with a tabby cat named Phil and pup named Mookie, but I also have a 23 month old son. As a mom, I know how important it is to be cautious of dangerous chemicals. As pet owners, we know how important it is to maintain

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