Category: Pet Care Tips

How to Keep Your Dog’s Paws Safe from Hot Pavement

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Imagine walking across sizzling concrete sidewalk with bare feet – ouch! You wouldn’t be able to walk a few steps without putting yourself at risk for serious burns. Though dogs have thick skin on their paw pads, they’re still at risk for getting burnt on summer walks every time they walk over concrete, pavement, or…

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5 Super Fun Dog Sports to Try This Summer

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Want to try something new this summer? Grab your dog and join a dog sport! There are many dog sports clubs and training facilities in Maryland, and you can even try some of these fun activities at home. Agility You’ve probably heard of agility, and may have seen dogs on television happily racing over ramps,…

8 Tips for Staying in a Hotel with Your Pets

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If you can’t imagine leaving your best friend at home when you travel, many hotels are happy to accommodate your pets. Use these tips to help you plan a safe, enjoyable vacation when you stay at a pet friendly hotel: 1. Keep your pet safe from getting lost. A stressed cat or dog can slip…

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What to Do When Your Pet Hates Nail Trims

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As your pet’s nails grow longer and longer, you know that dreaded day is coming. You’ll bring your pet to the groomer or vet, or attempt to trim at home, and they’ll throw a fit that seems to get worse every time. Your pet might even scratch or bite to get away. When your pet…

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How to Keep Your House Clean When You Have Pets

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Is it a coincidence that spring-cleaning coincides with shedding season? If you’re starting to wonder if you should just give up on the idea of having a clean home with pets, you’ll love these tips. You really can keep your house clean in less time and effort, giving you more time to enjoy your furry…

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How to Protect Your Pets from Fleas, Ticks, and Mosquitoes

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While it’s important to keep your pets safe from fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes year-round, these pests thrive as the weather gets warmer. It’s a good time to make sure your pets are protected. Remember: many flea and tick products made for dogs are NOT safe for cats. Essential oils can be dangerous to animals if…

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