Adopting A Dog From The Shelter? 3 Essential Items To Get For Your New Pet

4 December 2017
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Have you decided you're going to adopt a dog from the shelter? More than 3 million dogs arrive at the shelter each year for all kinds of reasons. Choosing to adopt from a shelter instead of purchasing from a puppy mill is ideal because you're potentially saving the life of an animal that may have otherwise been euthanized due to overcrowding at these shelters. Now that you're ready to bring a four-legged friend into your home, there are a few important things you should consider getting so that you're ready for your pet. Read More 

3 Supplies Your Service Dog Needs

2 October 2017
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A service dog can be a huge benefit to a person with disabilities, allowing them to move more freely, experience life more fully, and live more safely. If you think that your dog would make a good service animal for you or for someone else with disabilities, you can train them to perform service animal tasks. In order to properly train your dog, you'll need certain equipment that is used during training and while the dog is working. Read More 

3 Solutions for Living in a Shared Space With Noisy Pets

11 January 2017
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Living in an house or even an apartment building that is shared with other people can sometimes cause noisy pet owners a lot of grief. Try as you might to keep your pet calm and placated, the smallest thump can send an anxious pooch into a non-stop barking spree that lasts for hours. While you may have become accustomed to the noise that your pet makes, you can't always expect others to be as understanding. Read More 

Training Tools You Need For Your Growing Puppy

30 December 2016
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When it comes to puppies, you know that a dog training collar or harness is what you need to get them to learn how to walk on a leash. You also know that puppy pads will assist in teaching your new pup how to go potty outside or in a designated area of the home. Puppies often have, (for the most part), certain expectations placed on the owner to make them more fun to own and better-behaved in public. Read More 

How To Keep Your Indoor/Outdoor Cat Safe And Happy

30 November 2016
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As a cat owner, you know how happy your cat is to be let outdoors to play and explore. As an indoor/outdoor cat, your feline companion will be exposed to some additional risks that exclusively indoors cats aren't.  Here's how to keep your indoor/outdoor cat safe without compromising their sense of freedom and enjoyment of the outdoors. Have Your Yard Sprayed Fleas and ticks are prevalent in all regions of the country. Read More