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15 Ways to Make Your New Pet Feel at Home

September 29, 2014

As The Pet Lifestyle Coach, one of my very favorite things to do is to help people integrate new pets into their lives. These tips are so super simple but can mean the world to a dog or cat coming into a new environment with new people, noises, smells and questions like “where do I go, what do I do, and am I going to…  

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The Dog Days of Summer: Back to School Separation Part II

September 15, 2014

Megan here now! And again, Super Smiley, you did a Pawsome job in last week’s blog about what dogs need to feel OK when they are left alone. Good Boy! Smiley’s right that exercise and rotating toys may do the trick, but do you see your dog as “thinking too much” so he may need something more? Dogs are natural foragers and explorers, so give him…  

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Pancreatitis and Other Dangers: Uninvited Guests at Your Tailgate

September 11, 2014

The kids are back in school, the air is brisk and football season is upon us. One of the many fun social gatherings that happen right before the big game is a tailgate party in the stadium parking lot. BBQs flare, refreshments abound and food starts coming off the grill onto paper plates before you can say, “touchdown!’” Fall is a common time when folks take the cooking…  

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Pet Disaster Preparedness: Part II

September 09, 2014

It’s Disaster Preparedness Month! And… Super Smiley! You did a great job with your blog sharing a dog’s perspective on disaster preparation last week! Good Boy! Super Smiley and I are a HOPE Animal Assisted Crisis Response Team, so one of our passions is helping people and pets get through disasters. And, Smiley was right; I have your Pet Disaster Backpack all planned out… Where will…  

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