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22
Nov
thanksgiving day
  • November 22, 2018
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The time for tasty holiday meal we’ve all been waiting for is finally here! Happy Thanksgiving everyone! We hope you have a wonderful time with your friends and family and enjoy good food you probably dreamed of for a while in anticipation. But where there’s family dinner, there is a danger for our loved ones! ...
22
Oct
medicine pets
  • October 22, 2018
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Giving them Medicine Our pets, just as we people, unfortunately sometimes get sick and need a medicine in order to get better. In times like these, they need lots of love and attention, but they also need us to know how to take care of them properly. Once you’ve paid a visit to the vet ...
10
Oct
dog illustrations
  • October 10, 2018
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Even though we love our pets no matter their size and shape, our first priority should always be their health. We may love them all chubby and cuddly, but the weight can cause them health issues, stop them from doing things they love, and cause them to be sad. Today is National Pet Obesity Awareness ...
26
Sep
dog breed
  • September 26, 2018
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Scientists have observed and analyzed dog behaviour and confirmed that dogs experience and express grief. What surprised them was that dogs grieve not only for their human companions and canine housemates, but also for other animals they have lived with. One of the most common behaviours grieving dogs are manifesting is continually checking the places ...
16
Sep
  • September 16, 2018
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Ticks are nasty and dangerous parasites that need to be discovered and removed quickly before they can do damage to your dog’s health. Most diseases they transmit can be prevented if you find and get the tick off in the first 24 to 36 hours of the bite. This way you can prevent your dog ...
27
Jun
dog owner
If you are a dog parent, needing this is probably your worst fear. But in order to be good, responsible and useful parents, we need to be prepared for the nightmare scenario. Brain cells need oxygen, and if they are deprived of it for even a few minutes there could be permanent damage, and the ...