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National Pet Fire Safety Day: 5 Pet Fire Hazards to Know About

When a human baby begins to crawl, its’ parents know it is time to finish baby-proofing the house. Funny enough, when you have pets, there are also steps you should take to make sure that they will be safe in your home. As with baby-proofing, pet-proofing can help prevent injuries and save lives. For National…
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7 Habits of Highly Successful Dog Owners

A habit is defined as “a settled or regular tendency or practice, especially one that is hard to give up.” Well, that sounds simple enough, but making sure you have good habits is key. The relationship you build with your dog starts with these 7 good habits. Habit #1 - Ask Questions! This habit might…
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Save Your Dog From Choking: Learn The Dog Heimlich Maneuver

The need to chew is built into a dog’s DNA. The instinctive need to gnaw and scrape doesn’t usually end after puppyhood. Dogs can chew to help keep their teeth clean, out of boredom, because it soothes nervousness and often as the result of receiving praise for good behavior. Sometimes though, treats like rawhide and…
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Top 3 Myths About Feeding Your Dog A Raw Diet

The domesticated dog of today typically enjoys a longer lifespan than its genetic wild ancestors, due in part to access to a more balanced diet. Protein, fat, vitamins and minerals are all on the ingredients list of most commercially prepared dry dog foods available on the market today. Popular brands and formulas combine lean proteins…
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