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These Photos Capture the Bond Service Pets Have With Their Humans

11/8/18 12:00 PM / by Mia Holland posted in Lifestyle

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There's no doubt that all pets are special, but service pets are even more so. After years of training, they are able to detect when their human is in stress to get help. The emotional and physical support that owners get from their service pet is nothing short of life saving. Along with this responsibility comes an amazing bond that is formed into a life-long friendship. These owners were able to capture the bonds they've built with their service dogs in an effort to show the importance of their pets.

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10 DIY Dog Treats

11/1/18 7:00 AM / by Mia Holland posted in Tips and Tricks

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Every good boy & girl love to be rewarded with a treat. Making your own treats can be cheaper for your wallet, fun, and healthier for your dog. This way, you know what goes directly into the treat and can pronounce all the ingredients. These are a great way to show appreciation to your dog. You can make them for everyday use, or gift them!

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Remember Nissan's #KnockKnockCats Campaign?

10/29/18 8:00 AM / by Mia Holland posted in News

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Did you know that knocking on the hood of your car during the cold months of the year could save a cat's life? Nissan reminded people last winter that this simple action is something you should add into your daily routine during the fall and winter.

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This Woman Documented Her Foster Kitten's Journey to Adoption

10/22/18 4:27 PM / by Mia Holland posted in Adoption stories

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Foster mom, Sarah Donner, documented the growth of one of her many foster babies to show the amazing journey of fostering. She used her social media to post photos and videos of her foster kitten from birth up to the day of her adoption. Meet Tiddlywinks!

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6 Easy DIY Cat Toys

9/10/18 11:49 AM / by Mia Holland posted in Tips and Tricks

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We ALL want to spoil our furry friends, but sometimes toys can be expensive. Do-It-Yourself toys are the perfect way to give your cat fun (and even yummy) toys without having to go the store. The best part about them is that you don't have to be skilled or crafty to make them and they can be done in the comfort of your own home. Try these 6 DIY toys from One Crazy House!

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5 Benefits of Bully Sticks That We and Our Pets Absolutely Love

8/16/18 11:34 PM / by Mia Holland posted in Guest Post, Tips and Tricks

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Is your dog fond of gnawing on your shoes and anything he can get his teeth on? If so, try out a long-lasting dog chew. One of the most popular rawhide bone alternatives is the bully stick.

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Protect Your Pet This Summer With These Tips

7/3/18 7:19 PM / by Mia Holland posted in Tips and Tricks

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Summer is fun for everyone, including your pets. While the temperature increases, so do the number of hazards to your pets. To keep them safe and cool this summer, here’s a few tips!

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20 Fun Facts About Felines

6/26/18 11:06 AM / by Mia Holland posted in Uncategorized

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Think you know everything about cats? Think again! Here are 20 interesting facts about cats that you probably don't know:

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Get Prepared for Flea and Tick Season With These 4 Easy Steps

5/12/18 5:02 PM / by Mia Holland posted in Uncategorized

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As weather warms up, our four-legged friends become flea and tick magnets. Experts are warning that this summer may be a "tick explosion". Dr. Alyse Aerts, a vet at Ehlers Animal Care, said, "I would say it's early. It's definitely earlier than last year that we're seeing fleas and ticks. More ticks so far than fleas." To avoid the irritation fleas cause your pet and possible transmission of Lyme disease, there are a few easy steps you can take to get ahead of this problem.

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5 Hazards to Pets You Should Keep in Mind This Easter

3/30/18 7:35 PM / by Mia Holland posted in Uncategorized

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With Easter right around the corner, it's time to decorate, make Easter baskets, and plan Easter egg hunts. Before enjoying this fun-filled holiday, take a second to read this list of potentially hazardous items for your pet.

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