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Look Out For These Diseases During During The Dog Days of Summer July 10th, 2017

Look Out For These Diseases During During The Dog Days of Summer

Ear Infections There is no doubt the summer season is full of environmental allergens, bugs, parasites, mites and whatnot. These are all factors that can increase the risk of your dog getting a bad ear infection. As you take him on a walk on daily basis, you don’t know that kind of bugs and mites  Read More…

Let Your Dog The Fresh Air While Driving July 7th, 2017

Let Your Dog The Fresh Air While Driving

Summer is here and so are the many plans to make it memorable. If you are preparing to spend your vacations hitting the trail with your pooch best friend, you need to be aware of the key safety tips that will make your trip safe, hassle free and memorable for both of you.      Read More…

Quickly Find Out If Your Pet Is Having Separation Anxiety July 4th, 2017

Quickly Find Out If Your Pet Is Having Separation Anxiety

Pet owners often complain about the destructive and disruptive behavior of their dogs when left alone. They might defecate, urinate, howl, bark, dig, chew, or try escaping. Even though these behavioral issues indicate the lack of manners taught, they can also be signs of emotional distress. When a dog’s bad behavior is accompanied with signs  Read More…

Sunscreen For Dogs – Quick Facts July 1st, 2017

Sunscreen For Dogs – Quick Facts

How to Tell If Your Dog Needs Sunscreen Your dog is losing hair. If your dog is allergic, undergoing chemotherapy, or dealing with hormonal changes, he may be shedding in many areas. This leads to some areas being left  unprotected. In addition, some dogs are naturally hairless and thus require external protection. Your dog loves  Read More…

The Dos and Dont’s of House Breaking a Pet June 28th, 2017

The Dos and Dont’s of House Breaking a Pet

Housebreaking a pet is all about patience, consistency, and positive reinforcement. The aim is to encourage good manners and habits, and build a loving relationship with your pet. Usually, it takes about 4 to 6 months for a pet to be completely house trained, but can vary depending on the breed and size. For example, smaller  Read More…

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