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Should Your Pets Wear Collars Indoors?

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Your pets’ collars, lovingly selected to complement their features and fitted with personalized ID tags, can be a danger to their safety. Approximately 26,000 collar related accidents occur each year, many fatal when the collar closes the animal’s airways long enough to strangle them to death. When You Might Consider Using Collars Indoors Collars with…

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How to Have a Pet-Friendly Halloween

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Halloween is right around the corner. It’s time to get started on making plans and getting costumes. Don’t forget your four-legged family members! Here’s how you can make the fall season fun for your pets too. Keep Your Pets Safe on Halloween Halloween night is very stressful for most pets. If your neighborhood is full…

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How to Choose Safe Chew Bones for Your Dog

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Dogs need to chew. Their wild ancestors used their teeth and jaws to tear apart their prey, and crunched bones into small, digestible pieces. The modern dog does not have to work as hard to eat their meals, but they still have strong jaws and sharp teeth, and the urge to chew. Dogs are often…

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Celebrating Halloween with Your Cat

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Squeaky doors and creaky floors. Spider webs falling from the ceiling. A chill in the air on Halloween night, the sound of a lone owl hooting in the distance. The spookiest night of the year is slowly creeping upon us. Kids hit the neighborhoods, hoping to fill bags of candy while adults man the doors,…

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Your New Kitten: The First 30 Days

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Are you preparing to bring home a new kitten? You’re in for years of love, affection and mischief. During the first month, you’re going to have a lot to get used to, especially if this is going to be your first cat. Here’s what you should prioritize when you have a new kitten: The First…

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Celebrating Halloween with Your Dog

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A lone dog howls in the distance as moonbeams dance on excited trick-or-treaters, streaming through neighborhoods in search of delightful treats and wicked tricks. The howling continues in the distance. Perhaps the dog, looking sadly out of his window, has only one wish: To join in the celebration of the creepiest, spookiest, silliest night of…

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