Puppy Mill Action Week: Do All You Can to Help Man & Woman’s Best Friend

What is wrong with this picture?! An estimated 170,000 breeding dogs are currently living in United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)-licensed commercial facilities for breeding purposes this very moment. An estimated 10,000 puppy millsexist in the United States (this includes both licensed and unlicensed facilities). Over 2 million puppies are bredin mills each year. While an estimated 3 million […]

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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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How to be a Better Pet Parent

Veterinarians are the experts, but most of us are not lucky enough to have a Vet velcroed to our hip 24/7, and even if you live with 5 people in your house, odds are that when the dog stops breathing or cuts his paw…you will be home alone and it will be after veterinary hours.  […]

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How to Be Your Dog’s Best Friend

Abracadabra!  Alakazam!  I want to be my dog’s best friend!  You certainly don’t have to be a magician to know that with a wag of his tail, a dog can put a smile on anyone’s face.  Five-year-old Alisha S. of Huntington Beach, California says it best, “I was crying because I got stung by a […]

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Do-it-Yourself Swimming Lessons for Your Dog

Just because your dog’s last name is “Retriever” doesn’t mean he knows how to swim!  You can however, help him beat the heat during those dog days of summer with swimming lessons.  That’s right!  Kids take swimming lessons and now your dog can too. An estimated 10,000 dogs drown each year in the United States […]

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Signs Your Pet Needs Emergency Help

It’s late at night, on the weekend or even daylight mid-week.  Your veterinarian may or may not be open, but your dog or cat is in distress.  When MUST you not delay and get him to professional medical help? Hopefully you know animal life-saving skills such as choking management, how to stop bleeding, treat for […]

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Pet First Aid

Why Learn Pet First Aid?

Has your four-legged friend’s tail ever been closed in a door, or have you discovered ticks on your gorgeous long-haired cat?  What would you do if you find a dog left in a parked car or your pooch gets bitten by a rattlesnake or stung by a bee?  Bandaging, removing parasites and treating heat stroke […]

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Pet Safety Crusader

Pet World Insider Presents Pet First Aid with Denise Fleck

In this webisode we learn about Pet First Aid with Denise Fleck from Sunny Dog Ink. Pet First Aid is an important thing for every Parent to know and understand. Denise will be sharing more Pet First Aid Tips with Pet World Insider TV and Radio fans…So stay tuned. Let the learning begin… Enjoy!

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Hands-On Practice

Hands-On Practice

Lecture, Demonstration & Hands-on Skills Practice prepares YOU to confidently help a sick or injured animal!

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Stretch Out and Check Legs

Get to Know Your Pet From Head-to-Tail

Getting acquainted with your pet’s body and habits can help you detect problems early. A simple weekly Head-to-Tail Check-up is easy to learn and can help you bond. Your dog can’t tell you what hurts, so it is important to know what is normal for him (what his body feels like, how he sits/stands, how […]

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Pet CPR on The Pit Boss

Pet First Aid Instructor Denise Fleck teaches the Pit Boss “Shorty” and friends animal life-saving skills.

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