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Summertime Grooming Tips for Pets

Summertime Grooming Tips for Pets

When summer rolls around, do head to the salon for a new summer 'do? While that may help you beat the heat, shaving your pet down to the skin could actually do more harm than good. Learn how to keep your four-legged friend cool this summer with our team's grooming...

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3 Ways to Keep Your Pet Cool This Summer

3 Ways to Keep Your Pet Cool This Summer

As a pet owner, your objective for the summer is to enjoy the sunny season with your furry pal while protecting them from the dangers of heatstroke. Instead of placing them in front of a fan in your air-conditioned home all summer, you should still go outside to play...

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Seven Signs of Pain in your Pet

Seven Signs of Pain in your Pet

7 Signs That Your Pet is in Pain Cats and dogs are incredibly skilled at hiding subtle signs of discomfort and pain, often suffering for weeks, months, or sometimes years without complaint. To help pet owners identify pain in their four-legged friends, the...

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Benefits of Ongoing Training

Benefits of Ongoing Training

Time for Your Pet to Go Back to School, Too: Benefits of Ongoing Training As the kids head back to school, whether online or in-person, they’re likely overjoyed to be learning something new and interacting with friends. Your pets will also enjoy novel activities and...

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3 Ways to Help Your Pet Beat the Summer Heat

3 Ways to Help Your Pet Beat the Summer Heat

3 Ways to Help Your Pet Beat the Summer Heat   Summer is upon us and our pooches and felines are feeling the heat! Instead of sitting in front of the air-conditioning unit all summer long, we have put together 3 fun and creative ways to help your furry friend...

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What is Squamous Cell Carcinoma in Cats?

What is Squamous Cell Carcinoma in Cats?

Is Your Light-Colored Cat at Risk for Squamous Cell Carcinoma?   Nothing is more beautiful and striking than an all-white cat with piercing green or blue eyes, but these and other light-colored kitties are at a higher risk for developing squamous cell carcinoma,...

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How to Introduce a New Cat Into Your Household

How to Introduce a New Cat Into Your Household

June is not only Adopt a Shelter Cat Month but also marks the height of people welcoming new pets into their households to help with social distancing.  So, you’ve been sucked in by an adorable little whiskered face and added a new kitten to the household. Introducing...

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7 Steps to Remove Ticks Correctly From Your Pet

7 Steps to Remove Ticks Correctly From Your Pet

7 Steps to Remove Ticks Correctly From Your Pet If you find a tick on your pet, do you run to grab a lighter or nail polish, to encourage the blood-sucker to retreat? Please don’t. These methods do not work and can harm your pet. Our team has put together these seven...

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