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How Pets Can Join the Thanksgiving Celebrations

Thanksgiving is the quintessential family holiday and every year family members travel from far and wide to all get together in one destination. And it’s not unusual for both canine and feline family members to travel and join in with all the celebrations too. Just a word of caution and basic petiquette: Never simply arrive with your dog or cat in tow. Incumbent pets may not…  

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10 Ideas to Help Keep Pets Calm with Holiday Visitors

Super Smiley, blog dog here, and I love the holidays. I’m a social creature, and my girlfriend, Angel, and I love guests. But all pets aren’t so accommodating. We also like our routines, our safe place, and our people focused on us. So, when the structure we’ve come to expect is disrupted, some of us pets get anxious and nervous. And, some of us may…  

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3 Ways You Can Help Your Pet Avoid Dry Skin

Winter is coming and with it comes chilly temperatures and indoor heating. Cold air holds less moisture than warm air, so winter tends to be drying, especially for people further north. I think most of us can tell this because our clothes get static-y and when we touch people or our furkids, we tend to accidently shock each other! Hair and fur can suffer the…  

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Why We Celebrate National Black Cat Day

National Black Cat Day is celebrated on November 17 to highlight what awesome cats black cats really are, and also to try and help to dispel the myths and nonsense that continue to circulate around them. The biggest problem with black cats is their association with witches and the occult. Depending where you live in the world, they are either associated with good or bad…  

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