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Freedom from Injury: Pet Safety on the Fourth

July 02, 2014

Ah, the Fourth of July…fireworks, picnics, parades, trips to the veterinary emergency room… Wait! (*record scratching noise*) What was that? Trips to the veterinary emergency room?!? Surely, this is not what the founding fathers had in mind when they threw off the shackles of their imperial oppressors! But, sadly, it is a common holiday ritual for pets all over this great and free land. When…  

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Vaccinations Crucial Part of ‘Health Package’

March 12, 2014

Editor’s Note: It’s not surprise that your pet might get a little nervous going to the vet’s office for vaccinations. We recommend putting a SENTRY Calming Collar on your dog or cat about a week before the visit. The pheromones in the collar help to reduce stress and fear associated with events like these. For a full line of SENTRY pheromone behavior products, go to…  

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Duck! It’s Almost Animal Safety and Protection Month!

October 13, 2013

Recent natural disasters like Hurricane Katrina and Tropical Storm Sandy have highlighted the damage than Mother Nature can wreak when she sets her sights on human habitations, but the pain and suffering are not exclusively for people; estimates differ, but The Atlantic posits more than 600,000 pets were killed or stranded after Katrina. Eight thousand were rescued and cared for in shelters. The numbers speak…  

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Going Back to Work: ‘When Will You Be Home, Mommy?’

October 04, 2013

Like so many others in the economy slump in this country, I was laid off from my job. This was both good and bad. Bad that we were cut to half our household income. Good that Bo & her sister, Blizzard, really enjoyed having Mom home to cater to their every whim. During this time, my daughter also adopted my Grandpuppy, Mya, from a shelter…  

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