Importance of Cat Litter for your Family’s Health

Nothing is more important than your family’s health, two-legged and four-legged family, and perhaps there is something in your home that you’ve been overlooking: your cat’s litter!  Having a cat means you have a litter box in the house too, but have you ever given it enough thought?  A dirty litter box is problematic to […]

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Ways to Keep Your Indoor Cat Happy

Many newbies who can’t get used to their active cats are wondering how to entertain them. The first thing to care about is to make sure your cat has enough toys to play with. Besides, you have to set aside enough of your time to play with your cat. It will help you get closer […]

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7 Tips That Will Improve the Health of Your Aging Pooch

Watching your dog grow old can be a slow and gradual process that is hard to come to terms with.  Your senior dog may not be able to walk as far, or play as much as he used to, but this doesn’t mean that he isn’t the same dog you have always loved. Even though […]

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How You Can Take Care of Your Dog’s Health

When you have a pet, you will want to do all you can to give him or her the best life possible. Some pets need more attention than others, so before you add one to the family, you will need to do some research. To help you with this, we are going to zero in […]

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Enrichment Creates the Bond of a Lifetime: One Dog’s Journey Using His Eyes, Ears, Nose, Paws and Tongue

At age 15 years, 2 months and 15 days (that’s about 95 in human years1), I could not feel more blessed about the time I’ve shared on this earth with my best pal, Haiku the Chikita (Chow-Akita mix)!  This bundle of fluff with almond-shaped eyes came into our lives when only 6-weeks old, so we’ve […]

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How Owning a Dog Can Improve Your Physical and Mental Well-being

Have you found that your physical and mental well-being have taken a backseat for months, even years? People are often guilty of putting just about everything else in their lives ahead of their own well-being, pushing their own feelings to the side, and vowing to deal with it later. Unfortunately, over time, it will start […]

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7 Golden Tips for New Dog Owners

Tips for new dog owners are an essential guide if you are preparing for the latest addition to your family. Being a pet owner comes with many trials and responsibilities. It is more difficult to adjust to a new life with a pet if you don’t know what you are doing. If you are looking […]

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Which Male Hemp Flower Plant is Good Breeding Material

Well, I’m not talking about breeding your pet!  But…if you are considering CBD products for your pets, it’s always best to learn about how the ingredients are grown and what are best practices for all elements of the products you buy. Growing hemp can be a very profitable business or an exciting hobby. Depending on […]

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Tips for Choosing A Safe Collar for Your Dog

For those of you who read this blog, I know that your dog (and in some cases, cat, rabbit or other sweet creature) is your best friend! Dogs, like many other pets, are seen as members of the family and so naturally, we want to do everything that we can to keep them safe. This […]

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WATER SAFETY: In it, Not Enough of It or Too Much

In Water Quoting TheDogPress.com from March 25th, 2019… “It’s not just hunger, being cold, wet, and abandoned, dogs can’t live long without water and in 2019’s record-breaking floods, the flood water is poisonous…In addition to bacteria from so many dead and decaying animals, [it has been reported that as] You get closer to the house […]

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Keep Your Dog Active at Every Age with Alpine Outfitters

Watch for my LIVE blog on this topic Thursday, July 23rd, 2020 3pm Eastern at www.Facebook.com/Sunny-dogInk Although much of our daily activities have been restricted due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, it is more important than ever to keep moving.  Some humans are getting a bit stir crazy being confined to home, but it is not […]

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Hyperthermia

It only takes a short period of time for a dog or cat left in a car to get into a deadly situation — 70°F is actually considered too hot in a car! Pets don’t sweat to regulate their body temperature (normally 100.4°F – 102.5°F). Instead, they release heat through their tongue, nose and foot […]

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