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What A Treat! The Do’s And Don’ts Of Pet Treats

Pet owners who feed a bones and raw food diet (BARF) to their dogs and cats understand just how important nutrition is to the overall health and well-being of their pets. These savvy pet parents read ingredients labels before deciding upon the best diet for their companion animal. In talking with our clients who are

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Working Like A Dog: 4 Things To Consider When Adopting a Working Dog Breed

Thinking of adding a German Shepherd, Rottweiler or maybe a Mastiff to the family? Well then congratulations! Now, before you run out and adopt your new bundle of joy, make sure you’ve put some thought into whether a working dog breed is right for your family lifestyle…and whether you will be able to meet all

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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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