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    Protecting Your Pet in Winter Weather

    Jan 26 2023

    Some dogs love the snow; they roll in it, eat it, and love to chase snowballs. Others would rather curl up by a cozy fire at their owner’s feet.  …

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    Want to go for a W-A-L-K?

    Jan 19 2023

    Making a New Year resolution to “walk more often” may sound strange to some, but it can be a significant one for your dog. Walking is a great low-impact exercise that give you time to bond with…

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    January is Train Your Dog Month

    Jan 12 2023

    Do you have a dog that lunges at other dogs, people, or cars when on walks? Chases squirrels, rabbits, or chipmunks? Never comes when you call? Barks like mad when the doorbell rings?  If not, you…

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    Holiday Gift Ideas for Pets

    Dec 15 2022

    Everyone enjoys giving gifts during the holidays. For pet owners, the same is true in giving gifts to our furry friends. But, it’s easy to break the bank when it comes to gift giving, so take a…

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    December 2nd is National Mutt Day!

    Dec 01 2022

    December 2nd is National Mutt Day, a day to celebrate all the wonderful mixed-breed dogs out there. And while the name “mutt” and “mongrel” may seem like bad words, owners of mix-breed dogs…

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    Second Chances for Senior Pets

    Nov 24 2022

    Senior pets end up in shelters for a variety of reasons. They are often mistakenly thought of as ‘problem pets’, but they lose their homes for a variety of reasons: they were the pets of elderly…

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    Remembering the Animals Who Served in the First World War

    Nov 10 2022

    Approximately 9 million animals served in the First World War (some estimate more). Like human soldiers, they faced the horrors of trench warfare, artillery fire, rough terrains, cruel weather,…

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    November is National Pet Cancer Awareness Month

    Nov 03 2022

    No questions asked: cancer is a 5-letter word no pet owner wants to hear. And as pets live longer, diseases that come along with aging, like cancer, can occur. National Pet Cancer Awareness Month was…