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How Much Daily Exercise Your Pet Requires

How Much Daily Exercise Your Pet Requires

How Much Daily Exercise Your Pet Requires   While all pets need exercise daily, the amount each cat or dog requires changes. Follow the guidelines below to create a general exercise strategy, and take into account your pet’s breed, age, and health for a...

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Six Simple Ways to Treat Your Pet’s Dry Skin

Six Simple Ways to Treat Your Pet’s Dry Skin

Six Simple Ways to Treat Your Pet’s Dry Skin   As it gets colder, humidity levels in your home and outdoors fall. A drop in humidity often leads to dry, itchy skin and can leave your furry friend uncomfortable during the winter months. Prevent excessive...

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Learn How to Keep Your Pet Safe from Hypothermia

Learn How to Keep Your Pet Safe from Hypothermia

Learn How to Keep Your Pet Safe from Hypothermia   As it gets colder outside, your furry pal will still want to go outdoors to play, exercise, and eliminate. However, wet snow, melting ice, and frigid temperatures can lead to hypothermia in your pet, despite...

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5 Pet Hazards To Be Aware of This Holiday Season

5 Pet Hazards To Be Aware of This Holiday Season

5 Pet Hazards To Be Aware of This Holiday Season   Holiday celebrations are in full swing as the year comes to an end. That being said, the additional activity and stress present the perfect opportunity for your pet to get into trouble, so keep an eye out for the...

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How to Make a Thanksgiving Plate for Your Pet

How to Make a Thanksgiving Plate for Your Pet

How to Make a Thanksgiving Plate for Your Pet   A table filled with everyone's favorite dishes is one of the best parts of Thanksgiving. While you are drooling over a heaping plate, so is your furry pal. However, many popular Thanksgiving foods are dangerous for...

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5 Tips to Ensure Your Senior Pet Stays Mobile

5 Tips to Ensure Your Senior Pet Stays Mobile

5 Tips to Ensure Your Senior Pet Stays Mobile   As your pet gets older, it is likely that they will experience stiff, achy joints caused by osteoarthritis. Fortunately, there are many options to help keep your senior pet active and mobile throughout their golden...

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How To Spot Signs of Pain in Your Pet

How To Spot Signs of Pain in Your Pet

How To Spot Signs of Pain in Your Pet   It can be tough to tell when our pets are in pain because they are great at hiding any vulnerabilities. September is Animal Pain Awareness Month, so do your pet a favor and learn the following common signs of pain to get...

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3 Ways Your Pet Is Kept Safe Under Anesthesia

3 Ways Your Pet Is Kept Safe Under Anesthesia

3 Ways Your Pet Is Kept Safe Under Anesthesia   Your pet’s safety is our number one priority, particularly when they undergo anesthesia and surgical procedures. We understand you also are concerned about your pet’s health and safety while under anesthesia, and we...

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