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Tips for Getting Skunk Smell Off Your Dog

Tips for Getting Skunk Smell Off Your Dog

We’ve all heard the horror stories – your dog comes back from an evening stroll smelling like they’ve just encountered a skunk! Skunk odor is notoriously potent and challenging to remove, but fear not! With the right approach and some effective tips, you can banish that unmistakable stench from your furry friend and restore their… Read More

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Helping Fido Stay Calm During Fireworks

Helping Fido Stay Calm During Fireworks

Fireworks are a source of joy and celebration for the Fourth of July, but the loud noises and bright lights can be incredibly stressful for our four-legged friends! Responsible pet owners must help our furry companions stay calm and safe during fireworks displays. Keep reading to explore practical strategies and tips to ensure Fido remains… Read More

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When Should I Switch My Dog to Adult Dog Food

When Should I Switch My Dog to Adult Dog Food

Your dog deserves high-quality food no matter their age. While they’re puppies, their diet is focused on growth, but as they get older the shift focuses on a healthy weight maintenance. It’s important to know what kind of diet to switch your dog to and when to switch them to adult food. Some vet’s recommend… Read More

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Tips for Caring for a Dog as a College Student

Tips for Caring for a Dog as a College Student

We all know how chaotic and challenging College life can be, and adding a dog into your daily routine is definitely a decision worth pondering. But boy is it worth it! Dogs bring in tons of fun and excitement into our everyday, so why not bring one into College and create a bond for life… Read More

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How To Read Your Dog's Pedigree

How To Read Your Dog’s Pedigree

If you are interested in adding a purebred puppy to your family, the breeder should always provide his pedigree before you make a commitment. Simply put, a dog’s pedigree is basically his family tree. Normally, a breeder will provide a pedigree showing parents, grandparents and great-grandparents. Knowing your dog’s history and who his relatives are… Read More

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Apartment Living Tips with Dogs

Apartment Living Tips with Dogs

Living in an apartment doesn’t make being a pet parent¬†very easy. But with patience and the proper knowledge ahead of time you and your dog will be able to quickly¬†adapt to the new circumstances. Exercise is Key Many of the problems of having a dog in your apartment stem from the lack of activity they’re… Read More

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