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2 Tips for Puppy Socialization

2 Tips for Puppy Socialization

Welcoming a new puppy into your home is an exciting time! Proper socialization will benefit your puppy greatly throughout his or her life. Read on to learn more. Without positively exposing your puppy to new sights, sounds, people, pets, and places during the prime...

For Your Pet, Home is Where the Calm is

For Your Pet, Home is Where the Calm is

Is your pet anxious when she encounters new people, loud noises, or different places? Help put her at ease with these four tips you can do at home. #1: Practice what you preach If you’re worried about your mother-in-law visiting, or the thunderstorm raging outside,...

Signs of Holiday Stress in Your Dog

Signs of Holiday Stress in Your Dog

Has your cat been exhibiting aggressive behavior lately? Far too many cats are relinquished to shelters (and often euthanized) because of behavior issues, but it doesn't have to be this way. Read on to learn about types of cat aggression to better understand what's...

3 Simple Ways to Love Your Senior Pet

3 Simple Ways to Love Your Senior Pet

The holiday season is upon us, and with that, pet owners need to be aware of how this time of year can be stressful for your canine friends. Parties, decorations, seasonal treats, and more mean a lot of changes in your dog's world. Read on to learn the signs of...

What is Laser Therapy for Pets?

What is Laser Therapy for Pets?

Your senior pet has given you a lifetime of affection and devotion. It's no wonder that you would want to reciprocate the love! Senior pets still have so much to offer. Here are our tips for how to make your pet's golden years her best years. #1: Teach your old dog...

Learning to Bond with Your Cat

Learning to Bond with Your Cat

Raw food diets may be trendy among us humans, but that doesn't mean it will translate well to dogs. Before you toss a little uncooked steak your dog's way, read on to find out why a raw food diet is unsuitable for our canine friends. Long ago, before they were...

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