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Why Your Young Pet Needs a Routine

Why Your Young Pet Needs a Routine

When bringing a new young pet home, routine, consistency, and stability are key. Behavioral problems can spring up later on due to stress, and so routine can immensely help your pet's emotional well-being. Here are three things you need to know.#1: Train...

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Beware of These Easter Hazards for Your Pet

Beware of These Easter Hazards for Your Pet

It's time for Easter! The egg hunts, decorations, baskets full of candy, and special meals are traditional for many of us. Be aware that some dangers for pets lurk in these traditions. Keep your pet safe from these five hazards.Chocolate and candy — Easter...

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3 Things Pet Owners Should Know About COVID-19

3 Things Pet Owners Should Know About COVID-19

The COVID-19 crisis has impacted just about every aspect of our lives, which has raised concerns over pet care. Here are a few facts and resources we think are helpful for pet owners.#1: Rely on reputable sources for current COVID-19 informationWhile you...

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What Puppy Owners Need to Know About Socialization

What Puppy Owners Need to Know About Socialization

Have you recently welcomed a furry new addition to your home? There's no doubt that puppies are cute, fun, and cuddly. But they also have some significant needs, such as socialization. Here's what that means and what you can do to help socialize your puppy...

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Creating a Storm Shelter for Your Pet

Creating a Storm Shelter for Your Pet

Many pets are affected by storms. The crashing thunder, barometric-pressure changes, bright lightning, and howling winds can send them seeking a dark, den-like space to ride out the storm. Before the rain comes, prepare a storm shelter for your pet by...

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Learning to Read Your Cat’s Body Language

Learning to Read Your Cat’s Body Language

Cats speak volumes through their body language. Your feline friend speaks with her tail, ears, whiskers, eyes, and body posture. Learn what to watch for so you can find out what she's saying.Signs of an alert, happy catA happy cat seeking attention is...

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