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Archive Monthly Archives: November 2014

Tips for Finding Top Vet

    Looking in the yellow pages is old school, google or yelp? Don’t even try, here are some great tips on finding a vet that works for you and your pet. Communication Get the family together for a conference. Share your thoughts about what qualities in a veterinarian are important to all of you. Make […]

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Pet Allergies? What to do?

    You have a pet and you have allergies. Most of us aren’t willing to even consider finding another home for our pet, so what can we do? Check out these tips for some allergy relief.You pet may not be causing your symptomsBefore you think about finding a pet a new home, its important […]

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Orphaned Kitten Help

What do you need to do for orphaned kittens? It’s always best to check with a vet but here are the basics. What Food do I Feed? A mother cat’s milk provides everything a kitten needs during the first four weeks of life. If you have newborn kittens who’ve been separated from their mother, consult with a […]

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Spaying/Neutering saves lives and money

Not only does spaying or neutering your pet cut down on the amount of unwanted dogs and cats in the world, it also increases your pet’s life. Check out these stats. Neutered male dogs live 18% longer than un-neutered male dogs and spayed female dogs live 23% longer than unspayed female dogs.  Mississippi, the lowest-ranking […]

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Watch the Snacks on Holidays

Pets like the holidays just as much as we do. We get to spend more time with them and there is all that tasty food falling at their feet. Remember, pets can overindulge just like we do during the holidays. Here’s what to look out for. Fat Fatty or rich foods like beef fat, poultry […]

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Tips for Exercise in the Winter

It’s cold, it’s dark, probably raining/snowing/sleeting or some combination and your dog needs a walk. Here’s some tips on making it through the winter and keeping your dog well exercised. Walk your pet in wooded areas during the winter months. The forest not only provides protection from the wind, but the rich smells, sights can be […]

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Beyond food and water-what your dog really needs

Your dog needs basic food and water to stay happy and healthy. We all know that, right? Read below to find out why and how the food and water helps and hurts your dog.   Water. Your dog should always have access to fresh water, from a clean bowl. Some people limit a dog’s water supply […]

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Is your dog ready for the Olympics?

Remember driving your kids to and from all those sporting events. Well, now you can do it for your pets. There are a ton of organized sports that you and your pet can get involved in. Check out a few below. Activity-specific events Agility: A timed race over 12 or 13 obstacles, agility is divided into […]

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Clean Teeth Happy Cat

Cats love to rub their head against you and sometimes lick or nibble on us. While their close it’s the prefect time to check out their teeth. Tooth decay and gum disease have been linked to heart, kidney, and other serious chronic illnesses. Don’t wait until your cat shows signs of distress to have his teeth checked out […]

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4 Steps to a Dog’s perfect meet and greet

We’d all love our dog to be that perfect companion that sits by our side and calmly gives a paw when introduced to other people and dogs. That can become a reality with 4 simple steps. Follow these steps for perfect dog manners. Step 1: Teach Your Dog to Sit on a Verbal Cue Stand […]

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