Senior Dogs – Best Flooring Options

Looking for the best floor for your pup? Stay with us and figure out your options!  Even if your pups eventually get used to whatever type of flooring you have at home, things can start to be more complicated as they age! If you are curious about finding the best option for every stage of […]

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How Can I Be a Mobile Dog Groomer?

One of the best things about running a dog grooming business is that you don’t really need to have a physical grooming facility. The mobile dog grooming trend is on the rise, and you can very well be a part of this raging trend.  Mobile grooming also proves highly convenient for the customers as they […]

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The Effects of CBD on Pets

Our four-legged friends have their tough moments too as throughout life’s journey, our four-legged friends also suffer from health issues and disorders.  To most pet owners, their pets are like their children, and they will do anything they can to keep them healthy. Pet lovers want the best for their pets and spend a lot […]

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Day #10 Ten Days of Pet Safety Tips: Quality Time With Your Pet’s Favorite Person

Today is Christmas, and whether or not you and your family celebrate big or small, it’s a super GRRRReat day (just like the other 364 days of the year are) to show your furry family members how much you love them! Making them part of the family is why we adopt in the first place, […]

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Day #9 Ten Days of Pet Safety Tips: Pet First Aid

During this action-packed time of year, people, decorations, tempting foods and human medicines (which get some humans through the season) are in abundance, so be double-dog sure you keep dangers out of paws reach, but know how to react and where to go should the worst happen. Veterinarians are the experts, but most of us […]

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Day #8 Ten Days of Pet Safety Tips: Life-Giving Water

Water does a body good — canine, feline or human, and like the planet Earth, all 3 species are 3/4 water, so we all need a fresh supply daily. Dehydration — the lack of water in the body — is a serious condition that if left untreated can result in painful urinary stones, crystals & […]

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Day #7 Ten Days of Pet Safety Tips: Pets as Gifts and Gifts & Wrappings

Giving pets as gifts is a super bad idea! People and families should chose the pet that is right for them, one who fits into their lifestyle and at a time they are capable of giving it a forever home. Instead of giving a pet, see if your local rescue or shelter can make a […]

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Day #6 Ten Days of Pet Safety Tips: Routine

Stick to your pet’s normal routine — do NOT skip anything. One of the best ways to maintain a healthy, well-BEEhaved dog or cat during holiday chaos is by sticking to their normal routine, and take a page out of that playbook for yourself! Don’t skip exercise and make sure meals are nutritious and on […]

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Day #5 Ten Days of Pet Safety Tips: Plants

Although POINSETTIAS are often the first plants that come to mind as being hazardous for pets, they are not as dangerous as others. Poinsettias have a milky white, latex sap that can be very irritating to your pet’s tummy and his mouth. Symptoms generally include drooling and digestive upsets (vomiting & diarrhea).   If Fido […]

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Day #4 Ten Days of Pet Safety Tips: Food

During the holidays many a human indulges – eating and drinking in excess and sometimes…sharing with pets.  Remember, extra treats do not equate to love and since human, canine and feline bodies are NOT a like, some of what we consume can be down right deadly to our four-legged friends.   A little boiled or […]

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Day #3 Ten Days of Pet Safety Tips: Company

Although we love them, well-meaning family and friends may not be as pet savvy as we are, so make sure your pets aren’t set up for disaster when guests come for a visit!   Dedicate playtime just for you and your dog or cat BEFORE company arrives, and then let the kitties in particular retreat […]

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DAY #2 Ten Days of Pet Safety Tips: The Outdoors

The only frosty paws your pets should have are the pet-safe frozen treats you can make: Blend 32 oz. non fat plain yogurt, 1 cup lower fat peanut butter and 3 very ripe bananas. Scoop into ice cube trays (or paw print/bone silicone molds) and freeze. Set out to soften just a tad before serving […]

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