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  • Have a Safe Holiday Season with your Pet

    Have a Safe Holiday Season with your Pet

    Happy ‘howlidays’...are you ready for a safe and happy holiday season with your dog? You may have trimmed the tree and wrapped the presents, but don’t forget to keep safety a priority for your pet this holiday season. Here’s how to have a safe holiday season with your pet.

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  • The holidays and your dog

    The holidays and your dog

    The holidays can be a fun and exciting time for the whole family, even your four-legged family members. But some aspects of holiday revelry aren’t suitable for your dog. Here’s what you need to know to keep your pet healthy and happy throughout the holidays.

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  • Tips for Travelling with Your Pet

    Tips for Travelling with Your Pet

    If you plan to travel during the holidays, you may not have the option (or want to) leave your pet behind. If you plan to travel with your dog, you need to plan ahead for a smooth journey. Here are some tips for travelling with your pet during the holidays or any time of the year.

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  • Play Indoor Games with Your Dog

    Play Indoor Games with Your Dog

    If the weather outside is frightful, you can still have fun with your pet. All dogs need physical and mental stimulation on a daily basis, so don’t let bad weather stop you from interacting with your pet. Here are some indoor games you can play with your dog to keep him stimulated and happy.

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  • Learn the Right Way to Walk Your Dog

    Learn the Right Way to Walk Your Dog

    Walking your dog should be a pleasant experience for both of you, but unfortunately it can often turn into a battle of wills that leaves you feeling stressed and annoyed. There’s a right way and a wrong way to walk your four-legged friend--here’s the ‘right’ way to walk your dog.

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  • How to Choose the Right Puppy for Your Family

    How to Choose the Right Puppy for Your Family

    Don’t just fall for the first pair of puppy dog eyes and adorable wagging tail you see--choosing a new puppy takes a lot of thought and planning. Unless you want to make things harder than they need to be, read on to find out how to choose the right puppy for your family.

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  • All About The Shih Tzu

    All About The Shih Tzu

    With its adorable little face and fluffy little body, it’s easy to see why the Shih Tzu is such a popular breed of small dog. This lap dog is more than just a pretty face, though. It’s a friendly little companion pet that’s great for families or anyone looking for an affectionate pet. Here’s everything you need to know about this fun breed if you’re considering adding one to your family.

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  • Why Retractable Leashes Can Be Dangerous

    Why Retractable Leashes Can Be Dangerous

    Retractable leashes may seem like a great idea. After all, they allow your dog the freedom to move further away from you without actually being unleashed. However, these devices should be used with caution. There are a number of hazards associated with the use of retractable leashes. Here’s why these types of leashes can be dangerous for your pet.

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  • Reasons to Adopt a Senior Dog

    Reasons to Adopt a Senior Dog

    Thinking of adopting a dog from your local shelter? Before you head straight to those adorable puppies, consider taking a look at some of the older ‘inmates’. Senior dogs need homes, too, and they can provide you with just as much love as a puppy can. Here are some great reasons to adopt a senior dog from your local shelter.

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  • Keep Your Dog Healthy for Life

    Keep Your Dog Healthy for Life

    Your pet’s health plays a huge part in how long he’ll live. You may be giving your dog all your love and attention, but are you paying attention to his health? Here’s how to keep your dog healthy for his whole life, from puppy to senior.

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