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Tag Archives: petbehavior

After the Move: Transitioning With Your Pet

January 27, 2014

Moving can be a traumatic experience for your pet. But you can help ease your furry family member into your new home with a few easy tips. Wait until the movers have delivered everything and left the premises before transferring your pets to your new address. With cats, choose a room and make it her temporary home for at least a week, putting everything in…  

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What Personality Type is Your Pet?

May 15, 2013

Apart from pets that get lost as a result of some kind of natural disaster, professional pet detectives who search for missing pets say that it’s the pet’s personality has a lot of do with them going missing from their homes in the first place. “If your pet has easy access to the outdoors and suddenly vanishes, ask yourself ‘what’s happened?’” says Kat Albrecht founder…  

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Helping Train a Young Puppy

May 06, 2013

how to get my ex back p>There’s nothing harder for a young puppy to learn (or a kind person to teach) than being alone. Dogs are social animals, just as we are. And when you bring a puppy home you’re not only asking him to do something for which he isn’t really wired, but also to do it for the first time, under the stressful…  

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Fun At Work Day, Sergeant’s Style

January 28, 2013

There are many things that I love about working for Sergeant’s, but I especially appreciate the fact that we have Pet Fridays. A few employees sign up each week to bring their beloved pet to work. It makes for an exciting and interesting work day. We’ve had Shih Tzus, Pugs, Huskies, adorable mixed-breed, pedigreed pets, pets that came home through rescue, kittens, puppies, rabbits and…  

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