Can You Create CBD Edible For Your Dog At Home?

CBD is a natural compound found in the cannabis plant that has been shown to have many significant health benefits. Because it is derived from hemp and not marijuana, CBD isn’t addictive or mind-altering. If you’re looking for ways to give your dog this cannabis option at home, keep reading! We will discuss how you […]

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Retraining Guide for Horses After Long Off-period

It is a fact that a break is necessary for everyone, even animals. Horses that run races also deserve a nice break to refresh themselves and get a change from the routine. Besides planned breaks, there may be cases wherein your equine gets injured; thus, it has to stay off the arena for an extended […]

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Harvest Treats for Your Pooch

The autumn harvest brings images of red and gold leaves falling to the ground, raked into piles and then bounded into by the family dog!  You may also think of vine-filled pumpkin patches, tree branches filled with red, gold or green apples and the sweet and spicy aroma of cinnamon.  Harvest means to reap, to […]

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5 Important Tips on Dog Nutrition for Busy Families

Feeding your dog may seem like a chore if you’re a busy pet parent, but while it is vital to ensure your dog has food, it can be challenging to know what is the best choice to feed and just how much. To keep your dog fit and healthy, here are five tips that will […]

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Treating Your Pet With Hemp? 5 Things to Know

With the ever-growing popularity of CBD, it was only a matter of time before the first CBD-based pet products hit the market. Now, you can choose from several types of products and brands to treat your animal friend.   CBD oils, tinctures, and topicals all claim to support the health and well-being of our furry […]

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Seasonal Changes and How They Affect Our Pets

As we turn the corner into autumn and then winter, many humans experience a mood shift partially due to plunging temperatures, but also because as daylight hours decrease, the brain produces more melatonin and less serotonin.  This chemical change manifests in many as low energy, loss of appetite and feelings of sadness that sometimes remain […]

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Why is Caffeine Dangerous for Your Dog?

As the weather cools down, the yummy scent of special coffees fill their air waves.  Most pet parents know that chocolate is toxic to dogs due to methylaxanthines, including theobromine and caffeine.  Both of these substances stimulate the central nervous system and increase heart rate.  They also have diuretic effects in that they increase urine production, […]

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World Rabies Day – September 28th

Rabies is fortunately, a rare disease in dogs in the U. S., but whether you grew up on “Old Yeller” or “Cujo” you know it is very serious. Prior to 1960, most U.S. cases were in domestic animals, but now…90% of the time rabies occurs in wildlife alone.  Modern day prophylaxis (ie:  vaccinations) has made […]

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Dogs and Kids: How to Keep Everyone Safe

Having a dog in the family can be a great way to bring smiles and laughs to you and your kids. Man’s best friend and kids love to be around each other, which is a great way to help with child development. Depending on your situation and what kind of dog you have, certain precautions […]

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Don't Judge a Book By Its Cover by Denise Fleck

Why it’s Important That We “Don’t Judge a Book by it’s Cover”

Pets are part of the family!  That is what I want everyone to take away from my children’s book, “Don’t Judge a Book by its Cover.”  When you adopt a pet, you adopt a best friend and family member for the life of that animal. Like us humans, dogs and cats come in all shapes, […]

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What To Do With Pets If You Can’t Take Them On Vacation 

Taking pets on vacation is sometimes challenging, but they are your family so you must leave them under proper care if they don’t tag along. Many dogs and cats get car sick while some hotels and Airbnbs have restrictions regarding the size and breed of dog, and often, cats are not allowed at all, so […]

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Will ‘Back to School’ Make Best Friends Blue?

A sudden change of schedule can lead to stress in your dog, cat or other pet and can cause behavioral problems. Extra attention and/or a new friend may be the solution. After a summer of playing ball, swimming, catching fireflies and getting lots of attention from his favorite boy or girl, your dog or cat […]

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