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January 16, 2017

Warm Doggie Duds for Winter Weather

As pet parents, we want to make sure our dogs are always safe and secure. We shelter them and give them comfy beds. We buy them nutritious food and walk them with a leash so they don’t run out into traffic. We build fences to keep them in our y

January 12, 2017

Basic Tips for Grooming Your Dog at Home

  Are you considering giving home grooming a try? Depending on your breed of dog, going in for grooming can be a costly investment, especially when you have to do it on a regular basis. At-home grooming isn’t for everyone, but given time

January 10, 2017

Banish the Winter Blues

  As the temperatures get colder, and the precipitation is either a torrent of rain or cold snow, dogs may get more needy and demanding when it comes to getting attention and their needs for constructive diversion. You have to admit it tak

January 7, 2017

After Holiday Hubbub, Get Back to Focused Pet Care

In the frantic weeks between late November and New Year’s Day, pets can get lost in the shuffle. It is understandable with everything going on. But after the gifts are unwrapped, the guests leave and the tree is hauled out, owners may be thinki

January 5, 2017

8 Ways Dog Owners Can Achieve Their New Year’s Resolutions

The New Year is a time for new beginnings and for many people, this means making New Year’s resolutions. The problem with a resolution comes when you give up after it becomes clear that your goal is impossible. Those who are successful with the

January 4, 2017

Resolve to Eat Better: How to Cook for Your Pet

The beginning of a new year often is viewed as an opportunity to turn over a new leaf or to embark on a new adventure. Many pet owners might strive to exercise more or eat more healthfully, and there is no reason they can’t take their pets alon

December 31, 2016

Getting Through New Year’s Eve With a Nervous Dog

  Loud music, lots of people, confetti, horns and fireworks; for dogs who are afraid of loud noises, New Year’s Eve can be torture. Once that ball drops, you might expect the celebration to wind down, but the end of the old year doesn&rsq

December 30, 2016

8 New Year’s Resolutions to Make for a Happy, Healthy Dog

This year, when the clock strikes midnight on January 1st, instead of making a set of New Year’s resolutions all about yourself, try to focus on your dog. Skip the usual routine of making lofty New Year’s goals for you to lose weight or e

December 29, 2016

10 New Year’s Resolutions You Wish Your Cat Would Make

It’s that time of year again. Holiday parties, Christmas cards, Santa Claus and at the end of the month, New Year’s Eve parties. After the celebration ends, it’s time to look forward to what 2017 will bring you. If you have a cat, y

December 28, 2016

New Year’s Resolutions for You and Your Pet

  Getting fit is a popular New Year’s resolution for people throughout the U.S. Eating healthy, exercising and being more active are all great steps on the road to fitness. Why not include your dog or cat in your goals and find a happier,

December 27, 2016

The Top Ways You and Your Pet Can Make Some Extra Cash

If you love your pets and want to spend even more time at home with them, there are some ways you can earn extra cash to supplement your income. Finding more success with each method and making more money may mean you could turn these sources of inco

December 21, 2016

Busting the Wintertime Blues: Feline Edition

  It’s widely known that some humans suffer from a seasonal disorder that makes winter depressing, even if they try to stay active and their emotional lives are going well. It’s called Seasonal Affective Disorder, and it is usually

December 19, 2016

Mobility Solutions for Dogs

  Advances in veterinary medicine and quality care by dog owners facilitate some dogs living longer than ever before. As with aging humans, the older a dog gets, the more likely that he will develop some mobility or cognitive issues as he

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