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November 27, 2016

Ways to Make Your Visit to the Vet Easier

  As a responsible pet owner, you know that your cat or dog is going to have to go to the veterinarian’s office at some point. When you start your lives together, your puppy or kitten has special needs. To prevent serious illnesses, your


November 26, 2016

No Fenced-In Yard? No Problem: Tips for You and Your Dog


If you live in an apartment building or a townhouse neighborhood, you may not be able to have a fenced-in area for your dog to roam and play without a leash. Some people may also live in single-family homes where there is not a fenced-in area for the


November 18, 2016

Play On!


  For a dog, toys have the power to not only occupy and entertain, they can keep a dog busy and engaged. This can be especially important if a dog is left at home for a period of time and needs something to combat boredom, or if they are an act


November 17, 2016

The Top 8 Dog Breeds That Are the Easiest to Train


If you or your family is thinking about adopting a new puppy or dog, one thing to consider is how easy it will be to train your dog. From house training your dog to teaching him fun tricks, dog training is an essential factor in a positive human to c


November 10, 2016

Dog Collars for All


What type of collar is right for your puppy or dog? There are many dog collars to choose from and the selection can be overwhelming at times. There are collars that are meant for long haired dogs, dogs with heads smaller than their neck width, and do


November 9, 2016

Scratching Post Tips: When to Upgrade, and Why You Need Variety


  If you have a feline friend that has become a full part of your household, then you are well aware of the ways that your pet’s needs can complicate and expand on your family’s overall use of space around the house. Cats need space


November 8, 2016

Fun Ideas for Keeping Your Dog Active During Cold Weather


  When the cold winds of winter start to blow, you may find yourself and your dog spending more time indoors than you would during nearly any other season. Being largely housebound does not mean that you and your pet have to be sedentary or unh


November 7, 2016

Best Apps for Dog Owners


A lot of people these days have smartphones that open up a whole new world of possibilities. You can download apps that assist you with everything from your banking to staying in touch with friends. It only makes sense that a lot of apps have been de


October 30, 2016

Hit the Road


Looking to hit the trails with your four legged friend? A dog can be a great companion for walking or running. Both you and your pup will benefit from the added exercise and fresh air. Dogs are willing to please and will love to get out with you. If


October 29, 2016

How to Take Your Cat for a Walk


Cats are independent creatures, and they certainly don’t like to be told what to do. Though many cats are perfectly content lazing around and staring out the window, most cats also want to explore, satisfy their curiosity and engage with the wo


October 11, 2016

Tips for Crate Training Your New Puppy


Crate training a dog is perhaps one of the best things you can do for your relationship with your pet – as well as for your furniture and your carpet, especially if you’re dealing with a new, energetic pup. Dogs are den animals, and in th


October 4, 2016

How to Create Harmony With Your Cat and a New Baby


If you’ve recently found out you’re pregnant, you may be experiencing a variety of emotions. You may be feeling joy, excitement and a little bit of anxiety. The thought of a new little person in your household who you can take care o


September 7, 2016

Make Your Dog Feel at Home in a Small Apartment


A small apartment can be an excellent space for an individual or couple who doesn’t need a large expensive home. However, if you have or want a dog, limited space can become a major problem that can impact the comfort of both your pet and you.&

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