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Suggestions for Keeping Your Deaf Dog Safe

Suggestions for Keeping Your Deaf Dog Safe

Safety Tips for Owners of Deaf Dogs  Specially abled pets hold a special spot in animal lovers’ hearts, and deaf dogs are certainly a category to be treasured. In honor of Deaf Dog Awareness Week, which falls on the last full week of September each year, our team...

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Ways To Recognize Signs of Pain in Your Pet

Ways To Recognize Signs of Pain in Your Pet

How To Spot Signs of Pain in Your Pet Pets are masters at hiding any vulnerabilities, so it can be tough to tell when they are in pain. September is Animal Pain Awareness Month, so do your pet a favor and learn the following common signs of pain to get them help when...

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Importance of Preventive Screenings for Your Senior Pet

Importance of Preventive Screenings for Your Senior Pet

4 Reasons Why Your Senior Pet Needs Early Detection Screening Tests It’s no secret that our pets do not live long enough. Along with a shorter lifespan—in relation to their human family members—come rapid health changes, particularly in their later years. Although...

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How Pet Vaccinations Can Protect Your Pet From Disease

How Pet Vaccinations Can Protect Your Pet From Disease

How Do Pet Vaccinations Protect My Pet? Your Questions Answered Although you know your pet needs vaccinations yearly, you may not fully understand what they protect against, how they work, and which ones are necessary. Our team answers these common questions about pet...

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Avoid These Waterborne Pet Parasites

Avoid These Waterborne Pet Parasites

Avoid These Waterborne Pet Parasites   While going in the water is a great way for your pet to cool off, it also can harbor a variety of pet parasites and pathogens that can make your furry friend sick. Here are four of the most common waterborne illnesses pets...

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Keep Your Cat Out of the Sun to Avoid Squamous Cell Carcinoma

Keep Your Cat Out of the Sun to Avoid Squamous Cell Carcinoma

Keep Your Cat Out of the Sun to Avoid Squamous Cell Carcinoma   Does your white cat like to sleep on their favorite windowsill, soaking up the warmth from the late afternoon sun? While such an idyllic scene warms your heart, too much sun exposure can be dangerous...

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Deciding How To Spend Your Summer Vacation with Your Pet

Deciding How To Spend Your Summer Vacation with Your Pet

Deciding How To Spend Your Summer Vacation with Your Pet   What are you going to do with your pet while you are on summer vacation? Are you going to take them with you? Are they better off at a boarding facility? Maybe you should investigate pet sitters in your...

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4 Ways to Help Your Pet Avoid Tick-Borne Illnesses this Summer

4 Ways to Help Your Pet Avoid Tick-Borne Illnesses this Summer

4 Ways to Help Your Pet Avoid Tick-Borne Illnesses this Summer   Nothing sends the creepy-crawlies up your spine more than spotting a tick prowling across your pet’s skin. If you plan on taking a hike with your pet this summer, help them stay safe from tick-borne...

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5 Ways to Help Your Cat Safely Enjoy Warm Weather

5 Ways to Help Your Cat Safely Enjoy Warm Weather

5 Ways to Help Your Cat Safely Enjoy Warm Weather   As the spring weather warms and summer approaches, you may be looking to enjoy the warmer weather with your cat. Try the following five ways to spice up your feline friend’s spring and summer.   #1: Build...

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What You Need to Know About Skin Allergies in Pets

What You Need to Know About Skin Allergies in Pets

What You Need to Know About Skin Allergies in Pets   While spring brings warmer weather and new growth, it also brings pollen. Pollen can trigger irritating allergies in both people and pets and can cause a wide variety of signs in suffering pets. Read on to...

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