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25 Oct Tips on how you can make Halloween safer for your pets

  With Halloween just around the corner, here are a few suggestions on how you can make this spooky holiday safe for everyone! Never Feed your pets Halloween candy, especially if it contains chocolate, raisins or xylitol ( a common sugar substitute found in sugar-free candies and gum). Some costumes contain batteries which are also a danger for pets if ingested,  so make sure to keep them away from your animals. Make sure your pet is properly identified either with a microchip or collar and ID tag. Always keep lit candles...

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01 Jun Taking the Stress Out of Fireworks

Bing, Bang, Boom! It’s that time of year again. That’s right-FIREWORKS! July comes in with an explosion of dazzling lights that is sure to bring out your Patriotic spirit as well as that twinkle in your eye. Now, go ahead, cue the ooh’s and aww’s. But it’s no secret, dogs HATE fireworks-well at least some dogs anyways. Yet, if you are the owner of one of those “some,” then you have experienced the shaking, panting, puddle that was once your best friend.   But what in the world can you do? Here is...

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22 Jul New baby, meet furry friend!

Congratulations, it’s a boy! Or maybe a girl? No matter, you are expecting a baby and that is exciting! From the moment you find out you are going to be parent, the planning begins. Diapers, bottles, crib…check. Delivery bag, strollers, pacifiers…check that off too. But in the exciting chaos of having a baby, one key thing seems to become overlooked on that checklist-your first baby (you know, that fluffy thing that sleeps at the end of your bed)? That’s right, the family pet becomes lost in the shuffle. Sure, they get fed...

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