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Flexi-leads: The Hidden Dangers of Retractable Leashes

For many pet owners, taking your dog for a walk is part of your daily routine. However, finding the perfect leash to fit your dog’s weight, height and walking pace can be a challenge. Because of this, many pet owners turn to flexi-leads (retractable leashes). Because retractable leashes can offer a little more ease for…

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Surf and Sun: Swimming and Boating with Your Dog

Let’s face it; we live in an amazing place with fun-in-the-sun boating opportunities surrounding us, from green-blue lakes to the wild Gulf Coast. So, it is understandable why we love our time on the water during the hottest months of the summer scorch. So Grab the cooler! Bring the family! And, of course, bring the…

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Diet and Pet Dental Health

Many pet owners are interested in learning about different ways to keep their pet’s teeth clean and healthy. With most animals having some form of dental disease before the age of 3, this is a very important goal. In response to this need, there are a plethora of products on the market that claim to…

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Pets and People Food

Whether you are planning an adventure in DIY pet treats or considering giving into those adoring eyes just waiting for your last bite of breakfast, it’s important to know which people foods are safe for your pets to eat, and which are not. Our pets don’t always know which foods will make them sick (as…

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Disaster Preparedness for Pets

While we all hope a disaster never strikes, it’s still important that we prepare for the unexpected. As many of us know, having an emergency plan in place is the first step when it comes to keeping our family safe in an emergency or natural disaster – but does your plan include consideration for your…

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Fourth of July Pet Safety

  Summer is here and you may be eagerly anticipating the Fourth of July. Known for being a laid-back holiday full of friends, family, and fun, many of us enjoy spending time with our pets as well. Be sure to steer clear of common pet pitfalls by keeping these Fourth of July pet safety tips…

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Summer Tips for Senior Pets

Did you realize that most pets are considered seniors after the age of seven? While your older pet probably has a lot of life left in him or her, chances are good that your four-legged has some special needs that should be addressed; even if you don’t realize it. Though it is hard to admit…

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Putting Together a Pet First-Aid Kit

Are you prepared to handle an emergency situation involving your pets? While we hope that you never have a pet emergency, a little preparation can go a long way in helping you have the confidence that you need to handle any pet-related crisis that may come your way. Take some time to prepare yourself just…

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Road Trip Safety for Pets

Your pet is a part of your family, so when it’s time to take that summer road-trip you, naturally, want to include your pet in the vacation. More than likely, your pet will enjoy his or her time on the road, but you’ll need to take a few precautions to ensure that your pet’s experience…

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How to Make Pet Boarding a Success

If you’re planning a vacation this summer, it’s likely you’ll be leaving your pet in the caring and capable hands of a pet boarding facility, such as our own. However, boarding your pet can cause some anxiety, both for you and your pets. As you prepare to say bon voyage to your four-legged friend, you’ll…

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