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Reasons to Spay and Neuter Your Pets

Originally posted: May 30th, 2008 One of the most common questions among new pet owners is, "Should I spay/neuter my pet?" This is an issue of great debate. Many people feel that you should not change what is natural. However, there are actually many reasons why you should spay or neuter your [...]

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TagsForPets.com – A Review

Originally posted: May 21st, 2008 Written by LynnetteEvery dog needs a dog tag. Especially if your dog... ...goes out on walks with you...goes for rides in the car with you...is left to play in the backyard alone...is traveling via airplane Ideally, every dog should wear identifying information on a dog tag attached to [...]

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3 Tips to help you save money on your Vet bills

Originally posted: May 7th, 2008 Tip #1 - Keep up with your pet's annual examination While at first this may seem like an unnecessary expenditure, a thorough physical examination by your veterinarian can save you money in the long run. Your vet can identify diseases and conditions before they cause serious illness and [...]

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Tips For Keeping Your Pet Safe

Originally posted: April 8th, 2008 Provide adequate shelter to pets that are frequently outside in cold weather. These should keep your animal warm, dry and protected from breezes or drafts. Animals with finer coats should wear sweaters. View things from a pet's perspective. Concrete, brick, tile and linoleum floors may become [...]

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Keeping Your Pet Safe

Originally posted: April 8th, 2008 Making sure your pet is safe is a great gift – not just for your furry friend, but for the whole family! A pet ID tag along with a sturdy collar and leash is a great start. Here are some other tips for keeping your pet out of [...]

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Are your pets ready for summer?

Originally posted: April 4th, 2008 Great Summer Tips for Keeping Your Pet Safe On hot days, walk your dog in the morning or evening when it is cooler. Dogs with a short noses or thick fur can overheat quite easily, so be extra cautious with those breeds. Older dogs will need [...]

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What's Blooming this Spring?

Originally posted: April 3rd, 2008 Help your new puppy or kitten off to a good start. Older pets will also benefit from the following advice. - Choose your new pet wisely. When choosing a puppy, evaluate your situation, what your expectations are for this pet, and the breed that's right for you. - Set up [...]

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