Tag: what to do with your dog

Fourth of July Safety

The Fourth of July is just around the corner, which means celebrating with sparklers and fireworks at your neighborhood BBQ. Although the local firework show is a great spectacle, for most of our pets, it can be a terrifying time. As pet owners, we need to

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CHEW TOYS: Which products are safe for your pet?

There are hundreds of toys for dogs and cats on the market. How do you know which ones are safe? It important to take extreme precautions for the sake of your pet’s dental health. Products designed to be chewed can cause intestinal problems or injury if

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Emergency Preparedness

There are many types of emergencies; fires, earthquakes, snow storms, etc. Whatever the emergency may be, it is essential to educate your family and have a plan in place. This is especially important in ensuring that you are prepared to keep your pets safe.

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Top Pet Hazards of 2013

From chocolate to prescription drugs… keep these out of reach from paws!   List Of Top 10 Hazards Encountered By Dogs in 2013 This is the most current “Top Ten Lists” of household items that generated the most poison consultations for dogs and cats in 2013.

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Basic Commands- Sit, Stay, Come.

When teaching any new command, it’s important to have your dog’s full attention and to stop before you lose their attention completely. Think of it as you always want to keep them wanting more!

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Crate Training Your Puppy

Baby Deegan sleeps soundly in his crate with age appropriate toys, a blankie, and water. Dogs can learn to love their crate as their very own cozy den. It can become a familiar and safe place to be, whether it’s in the car, at a hotel,

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Agility… The Toy Breed Sport!

When I first brought home my fawn furball of joy, I had a feeling I had adopted a dog who had more energy than I could imagine.  I had just adopted my very first puppy and it was a “toy breed” known for breathing issues, diabetes,

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