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Back to School Means Less Play Time for your Pets

Now that kids are back in school, less playtime for the pets! None of us want our pets to feel neglected, but at the same time, everyday life doesn’t stop. School and work are primary responsibilities of our life and our pets for better or worse, adapt to it. However, what if there was a…

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Back-to-school Splash Party August 31st!

The end of summer is approaching! Hopefully, you or your family members had more time to spend with your pet during the summer. However, as the fall approaches, that may change. Your schedule might soon shift in order to adjust to your child’s school days or your return to work. Fortunately, you don’t have to…

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How To Keep Your Dogs Safe During The Summer

The summer heat can be quite uncomfortable for all of us, pets included. While the summer offers many of us more time to spend with our furry family members, we have to be careful to keep them cool and safe in the extreme heat. 1. Don’t leave your dog in the car. For most of…

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Popular Patios For Pet Lodging

Bring Your Pet’s Bed or We’ll Provide One!Popular Indoor/Outdoor Patios Ease Stress For Dogs With today’s pet lodging, why do customers increasingly choose indoor-outdoor accommodations for their pet? First, because  dogs love comfort and convenience just like people. Second, it’s no secret dog’s are considered part of the family. They are an important part of…

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Hall of Fame Toys For Dogs

What Are Hall of Fame Toys? A toy must pass certain criteria to be inducted into the National Toy Hall of Fame. Is is popular, safe, entertaining and educational? With all their attributes and unusual beginnings, many of the toys on the list are popular with dogs.  We found a week’s worth of fame worthy…

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Pet Parent’s Twelve Days of Christmas

Pet Parent’s Twelve Days of Christmas  

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Safety for Kids And Dogs

“Aw, they’re so cute together” could be the most often heard comment about kids and dogs. Dogs are included as family members in most of our homes which makes them very accessible to kids.  In a perfect world, kids and dogs would grow up together, learn from, appreciate each other and be loyal friends until…

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Say No To Table-Surfing

No Table-Surfing For Fido Counter-surfing or table-surfing is a problem for many families with pets. Addressing this problem behavior as soon as it starts is key. Stealing food items from the counter or table is dangerous and cannot be allowed.  Usually limited to dogs that have the physical structure to reach a 36 inch high…

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Barn Hunt-The New Dog Sport

A New Sport For Dogs Barn Hunt – the New Dog Sport Barn Hunt – the new dog sport is a new way of exercising and interacting with your dog. New that is to suburbanites who have not lived on or near a farm. You really don’t even need a barn for a Barn Hunt.…

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