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February Is Dog Training Education Month 

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Have you recently adopted a puppy? That’s great news! Now that your little fella has settled in, have you started to notice his penchant for chewing on things, like slippers and couch cushions? When this happens, a little dog training can go a long way towards keeping your home intact and keeping little Fido out … Read More »

Adopting a Bird

Parakeet on hand

Are you considering adopting a pet bird? Good for you! Birds have very specific care needs, so if you have never had one before, you’ll want to do some research before you proceed. A vet discusses bird adoption below. Compatibility We love birds! However, they aren’t necessarily going to be the right match for every … Read More »

Kneading in Kittens

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Have you recently adopted a kitten? Congratulations! Your tiny pet will probably have you wrapped around that little paw in no time. Kittens are beyond cute. They’re also a bit of a handful. One thing you may find yourself dealing with quite a bit over the next few months is little Fluffy’s habit of kneading, … Read More »

Resolutions for Reptile Owners

Bearded Dragon on Tree Branch

Happy New Year! This is traditionally a day for people to set goals for themselves for the coming year. Growth and change are always important, no matter how old you are or where you are in life. This is something that is also very relevant to pet owners. In order to keep your animal companion … Read More »

6 Cheap Ways To Make Your Dog’s Day

Light brown pug sitting alone

Thanksgiving is just a few weeks off. We are definitely thankful for our canine companions! Dogs are loyal, loving, and playful, not to mention absolutely adorable. They also serve as living reminders that sometimes the little things really are the best things in life. It doesn’t take much to please Fido. Here, a vet lists … Read More »

Pit Bull Awareness Month

A pug and a pit bull on a leash

October is National Pit Bull Awareness Month! Pit bulls and pit bull mixes make up a whopping 20 percent of American dogs. They are also one of the breeds most often found in shelters. A vet discusses the pit bull below. Basics The term pit bull is actually an umbrella term for several dog breeds: … Read More »

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