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What Thunderstorm Season Means For Pets

I know many of you have noticed that thunderstorm season has begun. Those storms that roll in like clockwork every afternoon leaving us and our lawns drenched and our pets anxious. I know for many it can be difficult to watch as our normally well behaved calm pet begins to pace or hide, follow us around, or even whimper.

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Why Is Your Pet’s Weight So Important?

Just like with people, being overweight can have a significant impact on your pet’s overall health. Both dogs and cats can develop various diseases as a result of being obese or overweight. In some instances, neglecting your pet’s weight may even shorten their lifespan.

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Tips For Giving Your Pets Their Medications

Giving medications to a cat or dog can be a challenge for new pet parents. If your vet prescribes medication for your dog or cat, they’re doing it in your pet’s best interest. If you follow your vet’s guidelines and learn the tips and tricks we’ve outlined for you, you’ll discover that giving your pet a pillis not a difficult ta...

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Spring Into Shape!

As bathing suit season approaches and we all try to shed our last few holiday pounds don’t forget your 4-legged family members. According to the AVMA, 58.3 % of cats and 52.5 % of dogs are overweight or obese. Pets that are 20% over their ideal weight are considered overweight and 40% over their ideal weight are considered obese...

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Tips For Crate Training Your Puppy

If you’re wondering whether you should crate train your puppy, the answer is a clear yes for several reasons. Crate training takes advantage of your dog’s instinct to seek small places. In fact, your pup’s crate can (and should) be a space where they feel comfortable and safe.

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