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Treating and Preventing Flea Allergies

Dogs get fleas. That’s certainly no secret. For most dogs, the solution to the problem is a rather simple one – there are pills you can get from your vet that will eliminate them. And there are many flea control products on the market to control them. Continue reading

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Best Dog Treats

Many dog owners like to give their pets treats from time to time, especially as “gifts” during the holidays, but may be unsure what is best for the animal. Continue reading

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Traveling with Your Dog during the Holidays

Many dog owners like to take their pets along with them when they travel for the holidays. If you have a canine pet that you want to bring with you, there are some things you can do to make the trip more enjoyable for both of you. Continue reading

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Pet ID to Help Find Your D

Sometimes dogs get lost. They get scared, they are curious, some just love to run and roam. However it happens, it can be an anxious time for the owner. That is why it is important to make sure your pet has identification – it could mean the difference between losing your pet or having him home safe. Here are a few ways to ID your pet. Continue reading

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How to Make Your Pet Environmentally Friendly

If you have a dog, and you care about the environment, there are things you can do to keep your pet happy and care for the environment at the same time. Here are a few tips. Continue reading

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Helping Your Dog Recover from Surgery

Because of illness or injury, some dogs may require surgery, and afterward, they will need time to recover. There are things that you can do to make things more comfortable for pets during their convalescence, and to ensure that they don’t hurt themselves while recuperating. Here are a few. Continue reading

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Leg Amputation in Dogs: Facts and Falsehoods

You may have seen dogs ambling along on three legs when you are out and about. Or your own pet may need to have a leg amputated. And you may be wondering how dogs handle such a big change and how it affects them. The good news is that dogs take the loss of a limb in stride. Here are some popular beliefs about dogs and amputations, which, it turns out, are not true. Continue reading

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What a Vet Can Provide Your Pet

If you have a dog, you want to make sure your pet is healthy and happy. So, trips to the vet are important to make sure your dog is in the best of health. Continue reading

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Pet Care Essentials

If you are considering dog ownership, you certainly want to be prepared and make sure you have everything you need and know what to do to properly care for your new pet.

Here are a few of the basics, some of the most important things that should be on your list to do and know as you get ready for your new member of the family. Continue reading

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Dealing with Your Dog’s Arthritis

The Symptoms

How do you know if your dog has arthritis? The signs are ones you would expect to see from an animal experiencing joint pain. He might limp or not be able to move as quickly or with the range of motion as in the past. He might be reluctant to put weight on a limb, have trouble getting up, not be very eager to jump or climb up stairs, and not show much of an interest in playing. There could be other behavioral changes as well. Continue reading

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