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How Much Exercise Does Your Dog Need In The Winter? February 1st, 2018

How Much Exercise Does Your Dog Need In The Winter?

Dogs require a healthy, balanced diet and exercise as much as humans. They need to stay active and constantly engaged in any activity. Sunny days can be the ideal day for a visit to the dog park, but cold weather can be challenging for having fun outdoors. Your dog requires the same amount of activity  Read More…

Protect Those Doggie Paws During Winter January 30th, 2018

Protect Those Doggie Paws During Winter

Your ESA likes to play outside as much as the next pet, spending time outdoors is necessary for your pet and helps keep them in good spirit. If you are living in an area that experiences snowfall it is important that you take the right measures to ensure your pet remains safe and unharmed while  Read More…

Will Your Dog Enjoy The Snow As Much As You Do? January 26th, 2018

Will Your Dog Enjoy The Snow As Much As You Do?

Outside is where it’s at for your dog and not taking them out can be upsetting for them. If you are staying in extremely chilly climates then you are sure to encounter inches of snow that may hinder your day to day activities including your play time with your pet. It is different for the  Read More…

Tips On How To Keep Your Pet Warm During Cold Times December 13th, 2017

Tips On How To Keep Your Pet Warm During Cold Times

As the winter months approach, pet owners should start preparing for ways to keep their little friends safe, warm and comfortable. Just like humans, cats and dogs can be volatile to injury from the cold. Of course, the age and type of pet will largely determine how it reacts to the cold, but almost all  Read More…

Quick Tips To Keep Your ESA Healthy December 11th, 2017

Quick Tips To Keep Your ESA Healthy

Anyone who owns a loving emotional support animal wishes just one thing – that their little friend has a long and healthy life. However, not many take the right steps to ensure that. Your ESA is not a toy, and it has the basic health needs just like all other living organisms. To ensure optimal  Read More…

Older Pet’s Require Different Types of Care December 9th, 2017

Older Pet’s Require Different Types of Care

Caring for senior dogs can be challenging. Like human beings, senior pets require a lot more attention and suffer from low energy levels. This obviously means that your furry pal will probably spend more time napping and less time exploring the outdoors. To make the process easier, here are some tips that will help take  Read More…

What You Should Know Before Giving Your Dog Alone Time December 5th, 2017

What You Should Know Before Giving Your Dog Alone Time

Like humans, dogs are social creatures that don’t tend to survive well in solitude. In fact, they love attention at all times and will do anything for their owner’s praise and love. In fact, being alone can be quite stressful for them at times. Fortunately, dog owners can teach their furry friends to enjoy his  Read More…

How To Keep Your Elderly Pet Happy & Comfortable November 17th, 2017

How To Keep Your Elderly Pet Happy & Comfortable

If you own an elderly dog, you probably remember it being an energetic little pup when you first adopted it. As time passes, dogs age rather faster than humans, and soon enough you will have to deal with a senior dog. However, there is nothing to worry about. Dogs are considered man’s best friend, they  Read More…

Dogs Can Enjoy City Life, Too! November 13th, 2017

Dogs Can Enjoy City Life, Too!

Emotional support animals are prescribed to people with mental disabilities like depression, anxiety, stress disorders, etc. These people are extremely dependent on their emotional support animals, and life can be difficult for them on their own.   Emotional support animals are trained to cater to the needs of the people who need their help. Their  Read More…

Like Humans, Dog’s Can Easily Overeat and Gain Weight November 11th, 2017

Like Humans, Dog’s Can Easily Overeat and Gain Weight

Emotional support animals provide services to the mentally disabled. People suffering from anxiety depression and suicidal tendencies require assistance in performing daily activities. Emotional support animals are prescribed by doctors to treat mental disorders. Emotional support animals are a fairly newer and more effective way of treatment.  These animals are friendly, calm and loving. They  Read More…

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