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Prepare Your Dog for July 4th

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Grilled hot dogs and hamburgers. Potato chips. Cold drinks. Red, white and blue décor. You’ve been busy getting ready for a long 4th of July weekend, complete with fireworks, but in all the food and event planning, you may have forgotten one thing: your dog. While we humans love seeing the bright colors explode in the…

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Safety: How to Pet Proof Your Home

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    October is National Animal Safety and Protection Month. Providing a safe environment for your furry friends is important. Here are some ways you can keep your treasured family members safe from potential hazards in your home. Keep wires out of reach Keep any cords or wires out of reach from your pet. A curious…

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Which Toys Do You Let Your Dog Play With?

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A long time ago, there was either a bone or a stick from the backyard for your dog. But experience has shown that sticks and bones aren’t the safest playthings for your pup. More popular today are rawhides and chewing sticks. Even these pose some risks to your dog’s health. Because of this, efforts have…

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Autumn Safety Tips for Your Pets

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Summer is surely coming to an end — the kids are back to school and the days will slowly become shorter and cooler. The end of the sweltering heat isn’t always a bad thing! Autumn is a great time for some outdoor adventures with your pet; the air is crisp and there is nothing better…

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Top Pet Toxins – National Poison Prevention Week

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March 16-22 is National Poison Prevention Week. This week serves as a reminder to all pet owners to watch for both natural and processed pet toxins, especially as we prepare for spring cleaning and as plants start to poke their way through the snow.    The March 2014 issue of Pet Age Magazine, along with…

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