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How to Choose a Dog Training School

1/17/19 4:11 PM / by Mia Holland posted in Uncategorized

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The truth is there are so many dog training schools that offer their services to anyone willing to pay them. The problem though is not all schools will meet your standards or your expected guarantees. Here are some points of considerations when trying to choose a good school for training your dog.

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Therapy Dog Training-The Benefits of a Visiting Dog

1/17/19 4:07 PM / by Mia Holland posted in Uncategorized

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Sometimes when people are sick their need for love, support and attention just don’t go within what most understand as normal. They need a lot more. Unfortunately, not all people have the time or the patience to deal with people who are sick, ill or disordered. However, dogs when well-oriented to dog therapy training could augment the emotional and physical support that most people could not provide.

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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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Common Health Problems Of Cats

1/12/16 10:40 PM / by Mia Holland posted in Uncategorized

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If you are new to owning a cat, you may be surprised to find that some health problems can be common. No matter what breed of cat you own, health problems are to be expected. Some may be hereditary, while others can easily be prevented.

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Cats And Ring Worm

1/10/16 10:31 PM / by Mia Holland posted in Uncategorized

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Ringworm is a very common form of skin disease that is found in both dogs and cats. Although its name makes you think otherwise, this skin disease isn’t caused by any type of worm. It’s actually caused by fungi known as Dermatophytes that feed on dead tissues found in the surface of the skin, spreading them around the skin of the animal.

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Cats And Feline Diabetes

1/9/16 10:29 PM / by Mia Holland posted in animal, cat, Cats, diabetes, illness, Pet, sick, Uncategorized, vet

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Cats are one of the most popular pets in North America. They are loving pets, capable of providing you years of companionship. Just like us, sometimes cats can get sick. There are several different types of ailments that cats can get, one of which is feline diabetes. Feline diabetes is a serious disease, although it can be treated with the help of a veterinarian.

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