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5 Tips on Taking Great Photos of Your Pet

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Our pets have become members of the family. For some people, they are considered their fur babies. Every family wants to include their pets in the family photo album. Here are five pet photography tips so that you can take outstanding photos: 1. Natural light Using natural light will help to make your pictures bright. Also,…

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The Benefits of Hiring a Dog Walker

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The time just seems to drag on sometimes – for both you and your dog. You worry about your best friend at home, sipping coffee all day so you won’t be too tired to take him for the walk he deserves and craves when you return home. Your dog sits eagerly awaiting your return home…

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Top 5 Benefits of Using a Pet Sitter

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Planning a vacation, a weekend getaway, or a business trip and wondering: What about my pets? Most pet parents have experienced the sheer panic of scurrying to find someone who is going to take care of their pets with the same level of love and diligence as they do. And, if that person can’t be…

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When Should You Hire a Dog Walker?

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A dog isn’t simply man or woman’s best friend. A dog is part of the family. Like most dog parents, you’ve probably put your dog’s needs ahead of your own more than once, declining invitations to events, saying no to a couple extra hours at work, or putting a special night out on the back…

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Choosing the Best Cat Litter for Your Cat

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There are numerous varieties of cat litter on the market today. There is no one litter that works best for every cat or every cat parent, so choosing the right litter for your household means taking into consideration both your and your cat’s preferences. Whether you are new cat parent wondering what litter to choose…

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14 Tips for Keeping Pets Safe and Calm During Fireworks

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The sounds of fireworks can be very stressful for our pets who have no idea what is going on. When frightened, cats typically find a place to hide and won’t come out again until they feel safe (which could be days later) and dogs will typically take off in a blind panic to escape the…

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