May 10, 2022
Is Seresto Collar Safe? Finding Safe Flea Control

If Seresto collars are the most evil thing since white bread, what can we use? What does the EPA, Environmental Protection Agency say? And really where this started? There's a lawsuit about the Seresto collar and some of those articles were here on the Center for Biological Diversity. And personally, and many other veterinarians have […]

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September 28, 2016
Cat Training: Is It Possible?

Dog owners know the joy of teaching their pups new tricks. There is nothing better than watching your dog advance from a simple “sit” command to more difficult commands, such as roll over or high five. But as a cat owner, there’s probably a good chance that you’ve never even given a thought to cat […]

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September 21, 2016
Canine Obesity: How to Help Your Overweight Pup

Puppies. There is no denying how cute they are with their soft, fluffy fur, waggy tails, and big soulful eyes. It doesn’t matter how old they get. They will always be your adorable, little, treat-begging balls of fluff. And how can you say no to extra treats with those big puppy eyes looking at you? […]

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September 7, 2016
Pet Food Recalls: Is Your Pet’s Safety at Risk?

From groomers and toys, to trips to the park and homemade treats, pet owners like you go out of your way to ensure your fur babies have the best of everything. And while you’re doing everything you can to give your cat or dog the best life possible, it’s easy to miss the scary pet […]

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August 17, 2016
5 Rainy Day Pet Activities

The summer months are known for bringing us long, hot, and sunny days—days perfect for swimming, hiking, and spending the day at the park with your pooch. Summer is also notorious for showering us with an occasional thunderstorm. These storms definitely put a damper on bringing your pet outside for much-needed exercise. It’s even worse […]

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July 6, 2016
America’s Favorite Dog Breeds

Despite what you might hear, there is absolutely no such thing as a “bad breed of dog.” Every breed has its own unique set of traits, quirks, and skill sets. Some are bred to hunt, others to guard. Some are more outgoing than others. There is no good or bad. If you’re thinking about adopting […]

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June 8, 2016
Homemade Dog Popsicle Recipes to Keep Your Pooch Cool

There’s no better way to chill out after a long day playing in the sun than with a cool, refreshing treat. I have news for you: your dog feels the same way! Next time you’re out throwing the Frisbee or return from a run, treat your best friend with homemade doggy popsicle recipes. These delicious […]

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May 25, 2016
Important Outdoor Pet Safety Tips

Keeping your dog well exercised is important. Thankfully, it’s the perfect time of year to get outside and enjoy the beautiful weather together! While you’re outside, it’s vital to remember outdoor pet safety tips. When you put safety first, you and your furry pal can look forward to enjoying outside activities together for years to […]

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May 4, 2016
How to Care for Your Pet after Spaying or Neutering

Spaying or neutering your pet is a personal decision that you need to make, based on your cat or dog’s individual needs. Surprisingly, not everybody knows that making the decision to not spay or neuter your pet does have advantages. The health benefits of not spaying or neutering include reduced risks of your pet developing […]

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