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Like Humans, All Dogs Need Social Interaction February 13th, 2018

Like Humans, All Dogs Need Social Interaction

Socializing your pet should be a top priority once you have received a medical license for your emotional support animal. It is essential for both your wellbeing. Since your pet is there to support you emotionally, taking it out for walks or even playing outdoor games is necessary for their psychological health. You should start  Read More…

Why Start of the Year Is the Best Time to Alter Your Dog’s Diet February 12th, 2018

Why Start of the Year Is the Best Time to Alter Your Dog’s Diet

The start of the year is a good place to enhance your pet care activities. A few minor changes can only benefit your dog’s health and strengthen your bond with your furry friend. And as your dog ages and become a senior pooch, you will need to be even more vigilant in take care of  Read More…

The Pros & Cons of Parks vs. Day Care For Your Dog February 11th, 2018

The Pros & Cons of Parks vs. Day Care For Your Dog

Spending time with your dog is fun and therapeutic. Your dog enjoys being outside, playing in the fresh air. You can’t continue this practice always due to a number of other tasks and duties you have to get done. And staying indoors could impact your pet’s health, which can lead to a number of different  Read More…

5 Dog Breeds That Make Great Emotional Support Pets February 10th, 2018

5 Dog Breeds That Make Great Emotional Support Pets

Quick Guide: Best Emotional Support Dogs You’ve just been diagnosed with anxiety and your therapist has recommended that you get an emotional support animal (ESA) as part of your treatment. ESAs are quite popular, particularly among persons living with mental disabilities. Getting the best emotional support dog presents a great opportunity for you to learn  Read More…

Housebreaking an Older Dog Is Tough! Follow This Advice To Make The Process Easier February 9th, 2018

Housebreaking an Older Dog Is Tough! Follow This Advice To Make The Process Easier

It is super easy to train a puppy as compared to an adult dog, but it isn’t impossible. However, you do need a lot of time and patience to house-break an older dog. This process also depends on how old your dog is, how well you follow the routine, and if your ESA is a  Read More…

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