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Thanksgiving Foods That Are Safe for Pets to Eat

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Thanksgiving is a time for enjoying a special meal with your family, so of course you want to include your furry family members in your celebration. Keep your pets safe and healthy by knowing what Thanksgiving foods you can share with them and which foods can pose problems. Thanksgiving Foods That You Can Give Your…

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DC Area Dog-Friendly Holiday Events 2022

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Looking for something fun and festive to do with your dog this holiday season? We’ve gathered up a list of the best dog-friendly holiday events, including ugly sweater parties, holiday crafts, holiday light walks, and more in DC, Maryland, and Virginia for 2022. So grab your dog and your holiday spirit and head out to…

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Holiday Pet Photo Shoots in the DC Area 2022

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We’ve rounded up a list of the area’s best holiday pet photo shoots. Whether you’re looking for a photo of your pet with Santa, a festive winter backdrop, or a holiday photo of the whole family (furry and human), there are plenty of opportunties in the area to get a pawfect photo for your holiday…

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4 Dog Safety Tips You Need To Know For Halloween Night

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Halloween can be a great time of fun and frivolity for every member of the family, even the dogs! Why leave them out when you can include them in the fun, right? Not so fast, friends! Before you start planning for the Halloween festivities, there are some things you need to consider in order to…

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DC Area Pet-Friendly Halloween Events 2022

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Looking for a fun Halloween event that you can bring your dog, cat, or other furry, feathered, or scaled friend to? We’ve gathered up a list of the best pet-friendly Halloween events, including pet parades, pet costume contests, and Halloween yappy hours in DC, Maryland, and Virginia for 2022. So grab your pet and and…

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Why Does Catnip Make Cats Go Crazy?

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Everyone knows that cats love catnip, but what’s really going on when your cat starts “rolling”? Catnip is a member of the mint family. The stem and leaves contain nepetalactone, an oily substance that seems to emulate feline pheromones. Nepetalactone acts as a stimulant when your cat sniffs it, and they may react by rolling…

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