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Let’s Get Physical!

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While we humans may grumble and moan at the thought of getting off the couch to exercise, many dogs will jump at the mere suggestion of physical activity. This is fortunate since canine fitness is essential to the health of our wet-nosed friends. Dogs that exercise are more likely to maintain good body weight, less…

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Dogs Just Want to Have Fun!

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It turns out we’re not the only ones who benefit from social events and activities, so do dogs! Visiting a local dog park or attending a Morris Animal Inn dog daycare party provides a good opportunity for canines to meet and greet, a vital step in their social development.   At Morris Animal Inn, fun…

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Everybody in the Pool!

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We all know swimming is a wonderful way for people to get fit and stay active and healthy. It turns out the same perks of splashing in water apply to our furry companions. Even if your dog is not a water loving breed   s/he can reap the advantages of getting in the pool to…

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Do You Need a Puppy Break?

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Warm, cuddly, adorable: these adjectives perfectly describe the joy of puppies and are often the driving force behind our motivation to bring these furry bundles of happiness into our lives. However, there may be certain days when you just can’t seem to find the time to keep up with their boundless energy or the messes…

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Fitness For Fluffy, Too!

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Resting up for the hunt. When we think of cats, many of us think of lounging and snoozing, not fitness. But despite this reputation, cats both desire and require regular physical activity. It is estimated that between 25 and 40 percent of cats seen by U.S. vets are overweight or obese, hindering their quality of…

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