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Ensure Your Furry Friend is Safe in the Car

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As travel restrictions continue to lift across the nation, more and more people are hitting the road – and bringing their pets along for the ride! Whether it’s a quick drive to the next town over, or a trip across the country, it’s important to ensure your furry friend is safe in the car. Unlike…

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Seasonal Allergies

Spring is in the Air!

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Spring is in the air! Which means so is pollen, ragweed, and all sorts of other allergens. Just like humans, our pets are susceptible to seasonal allergies which can cause them a great deal of discomfort when untreated. How can you tell if your pet has seasonal allergies? For the most part, seasonal allergies manifest…

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Bored Dog

Dogs Get Bored. Here’s how to tell if your dog is bored.

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Just like humans, dogs get bored. Especially when they’re cooped up in the house during the day! Here is how you can tell if your dog is bored.   Destructive Behavior When dogs get bored, they find their own way to entertain themselves, and their methods might not line up with the type of behavior…

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St. Patrick's Day Dinner

St. Patrick’s Day Dinner

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Every March 17th a great feast is held in honor of St. Patrick, also known as the Apostle Saint of Ireland. As we dawn our best green and prepare a great meal for friends and family, it might seem tempting to let your pet in on the celebrations as well. We’ve broken down St. Patrick’s…

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Poison Prevention Month

Poison Prevention Awareness Month

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Did you know that March is Poison Prevention Awareness Month? Our pets tend to get into things they shouldn’t. Here are some ways to prevent them from ingesting something poisonous and what actions you should take if they do. Out of Sight, Out of Mouths Keep medications, cleaning products, and other toxic items out of…

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