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Which is better: pet boarding or hiring a pet sitter?

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Summer is coming! (Well, maybe, in some parts of the country, but in others, it’s a little hard to believe.) That means it’ll soon be vacation time. You’ll be making flight arrangements or finding the best route to drive. Then, you’ll need to decide what hotel to stay at, and what fun activities you’ll do…

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Cat & Dog Boarding: Questions to Ask Before Leaving Your Pet Overnight

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We all hope our pets will be in good hands when we have to leave them – especially if you’re cat and dog boarding overnight. To be sure your pet is receiving the best care, it’s important to ask the right questions about any cat and dog boarding provider. Here are some suggestions: 1) Does…

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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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Running Errands With Your Dog

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You know the drill. It’s Saturday morning; time for errands. You are headed to the dog park or a friend’s house with your doggie in tow. Since it’s the weekend, you decide to celebrate and treat yourself a little by stopping at your local coffee house for some java and a doughnut. You rush out of…

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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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