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Dog Behavior: Barking

Most dogs bark, and while barking can sometimes be a behavioral concern it is a natural part of a dog’s daily life. This is not to say that you shouldn’t worry about problem barking, or that nothing can be done to solve it. While there are some dogs that just bark now and then, barking […]

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Halloween Pet Safety

It’s Halloween season. Even if you’re grown-up, you probably get a happy little tingle from this haunting holiday, but pets often find it truly scary. At its core, Halloween is all about thrills and chills—but when it comes to pet safety, we prefer to keep things horror-free. Read on for everything you’ll need to know […]

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How to Stop Your Cat’s Bad Behaviors

Cats and Jumping on Counters and Tables Trying to prevent cats from jumping on counters and tables can be a difficult task. As naturally curious animals, cats will attempt to explore every bit of your home. Sometimes, this can be costly if a valuable item is knocked from a counter by your cat, but it […]

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Helping Your Dog’s Itchy Skin

Summertime can often trigger skin rashes and ear infections in dogs. You may be cleaning your dog’s ears, bathing them, or giving them antihistamines and they are still scratching away. There may be relief for a day or two, but it all comes back. The foot licking, scratching and gnawing starts to drive you crazy […]

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Tips to Help Get Rid of Fleas

It’s still summer time and that means it is also flea season. Fleas, the most common parasite for dogs and cats, can be incredibly difficult to control. The best and most effective way is a multi-point attack. For those who have cat doors or dog doors, pets have a greater chance of exposure, so it […]

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Tips to Help Keep Your Cat Healthy

Cats are extremely agile and active pets known for their curiosity. For this reason, many humans find they are easily humored by the feline species’ innate sense of independence, and enjoy spending time with these furry little beholders of big personalities. If you’re a cat owner, particularly a new cat owner, it’s natural to wonder […]

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Summer Traveling with your Pets

For some pet parents, a trip is no fun if the four-legged members of the family can’t come along. But traveling can be highly stressful, both for you and your pets. If you’re planning to take a trip with pets in tow, we have some tips to help ensure a safe and comfortable journey for […]

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Beat the Summer Heat

As the weather kicks it up a notch, the natural tendency can be to get everyone up and out of the house, pets included. While spending more time outdoors can be a great source of exercise and fun for all involved, and summer is one of the best times of year for people and dogs, […]

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