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Naughty or Nice? Pet Products to Save Your Holiday

There’s no question that whether our pets have been naughty or nice, we are going to spoil them this holiday season and, where possible, include them in family gatherings and holiday parties. However, it’s really important to remember that what may be deemed to be naughty behavior can in fact be stressed-related behavior because many pets can’t tolerate noisy activities and parties. Often they will…  

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5 Ways to Help Your Dog with Arthritis

Super Smiley, blog dog here, and I don’t have arthritis, but I have dog friends who do, and it can be sad to see them slow down and not play anymore. So this is my first thought. If your dog seems to be slowing down, don’t just think it’s normal because “he’s getting older.” Instead take him to his veterinarian, because when he’s diagnosed, you…  

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Read the Label: Getting Flea and Tick Medication Right

Reading the label is something that everyone knows they should do but sometimes skip. This is something that’s critical when applying any medication to your pet. It’s worth the time to make sure you do it right. There are six things you can do as a pet parent that will safeguard your pet. Right Product, Right Species: Dogs and cats are definitely not the same….  

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How to Save Your Holiday Trees and Decorations from Pets

As most cats that are allowed outdoors will attest, trees are for climbing. So, if you simply bring a tree indoors, well, that’s for climbing too! And if cats don’t understand holiday trees, I’m afraid a lot of dogs don’t either. Attracted by the smell of a fresh pine, your holiday trees can quickly transform into just another pee station… A well-trained dog (and cat)…  

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