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Flying with Your ESA: Southwest Airlines Pet Policy 

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Overview: Southwest Airlines Pet Policy For those who enjoy flying with their pets, many customers look to Southwest Airlines for travel options. The Southwest pet policy can be a bit strict at times, but it ensures that pets and their owners can travel both comfortably and safely.  Ultimately, it’s up to the customer to understand the policies in place and …

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Flying with Your ESA: American Airlines Pet Policy

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American Airlines does let pets into the cabin to travel with you, but with certain stipulations. Firstly, the pets have to be either a cat or a dog. No other species of animals are allowed. Secondly, the size of the pet matters, as both the pet and the carrier together cannot weigh more than twenty pounds. Animals larger than this, …

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Flying with Your ESA: United Airlines

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Overview: United Pet Policy In many cases, flying out for a family vacation typically means leaving your pets at home. However, United Airlines makes it possible to take your pet along for the ride. United Airlines pet policy provides accommodations for pets whether they’re allowed to sit in the cabin with their owner or transported separately. In-cabin Pet Policy Pets …

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Sharing Your Bed With Your Pet

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One question that tends to polarise dog owners from all walks of life if the age-old “should you let your dog sleep in your bed with you?” Most people on both sides of the divide have strong views about why their opinion is the most logical solution, and while there are obvious disadvantages to it, there can be some positives …

Dogs Training: How to Make Your Pet Perform Tricks?

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How many times did you wonder how those dogs in the parks perform insane tricks? It is neither inherent skill that they can do since the birth nor a peculiarity of the breed. Commonly, it is years of active training and perseverance. Only a few people keep on teaching those tricks their favorites while others give in when occasion offers. …

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Felinotherapy: How Effective Is The Cat Therapy?

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Has someone told you already that cats can actually help you relieve stress and anxiety? Believe them. Turns out, they have a point — not just because cats are fun to play with. Cat therapy, also known as feline therapy or felinotherapy, is a form of therapy that eases your worries and depression. And it’s not just a fad. Science actually …

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Pets for Kids: What to Consider Before Welcoming a Family Pet

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Did your child already ask you for a pet? If they did not, those questions would come up eventually. Before saying no, think about the benefits your kid might get from having a pet, like a companionship, responsibility, and compassion. These are all valuable lessons your child will carry for the rest of their lives. If you are thinking about getting …

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Everything You Need to Know About Pet Allergies and How to Control Them

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Featured Photo by Juno Jo on Unsplash If you often get a stuffy nose or itchy eyes when you’re around cats or dogs, there’s a big chance that you have a pet allergy. About 3 in 10 people in the US suffer from pet allergies, particularly to cats and dogs, according to theAsthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA). Cat allergies …

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Can Cats Eat Dog Food?

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One of the joys that a pet keeper would love is to minimize the costs of keeping them. The best way to keep these costs down, especially foods are by sharing them. A perfect example is when a dog can eat cat food and vice versa. However, limitations are bound to happen when it comes to cross-feeding. Many questions are …

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Moving with Pets: A Step-by-Step Guide

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Featured Image Source: Pexels If you are getting ready to move to a new house with your emotional support pet, you’ll have to think about how the move will affect your loved one and how you can make things easier for them. Here is our short guide to helping your pet manage a move to a new home. 1. Prepare …

What To Do About Certain Medical Issues That Cats May Encounter?

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Unlike dogs, cats are pretty resistant when it comes to diseases. It’s mainly because they are not as domesticated as dogs which is just a better way to say they are not as inbred. Meaning they have a pretty good immune system. But even the healthiest breeds can become ill. As a responsible owner, you should know about certain medical …

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Crucial Things To Consider When It Comes To Feeding Your Pet

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Loving pet parents are often concerned about whether they’re making the best feeding decisions for their dogs and cats. Although the ideal diet is different for each animal, learning some general information about pet nutrition can help you make healthy choices for your four-legged family member.  However, this is easier said than done. There’s a lot of information out there from …

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Raising Your First Pet While Living Green

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Bringing home your first pet is a very exciting time in your life, but you want to make sure you choose the right animal to become part of your family. You also want to make sure that your home remains environmentally friendly.  Selecting the Right Pet for Your Lifestyle There are a few things you’ll need to consider in order …

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Secret Revealed: How a Dog Can Change Your Every Day Life

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Why is a dog called man’s best friend? By reading this article, you are going to find out why dog owners treat their furry friends like their children. If you have a dog, you probably understand what this saying means. If you don’t, we’ll help you see why you should own a dog today. The day you welcome your furry …

How to Train Your Dog to Take a Bow

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Many people love dogs, most pets are dogs. Many people have no idea how to train their dogs. They are many tricks that you can train your dog like giving a kiss, how to speak, spinning, shaking and many others. Keeping the brain of your dog sharp will not require a lot from you, all you need is training your …

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Sharing Your Bed With Your Pet

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One question that tends to polarise dog owners from all walks of life if the age-old “should you let your dog sleep in your bed with you?” Most people on both sides of the divide have strong views about why their opinion is the most logical solution, and while there are obvious disadvantages to it, there can be some positives …

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What You Should Know About CBD For Pets In 2020

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As a dog owner, you can benefit from having your dog take CBD as a nutritional boost; and also,as a remedy for disease. Cannabidiol is not just a mid-level alternative therapy, it has a larger impact on physiology than many other natural extracts.  What Can It Do for Your Pets? As mentioned, it can work as a supplement for enhancing …

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Basic Ways to Train Your Dog Common Commands

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It is no simple task to bring a new puppy home and start thetraining process. If you have failed to plan how you will achieve the goal of things like potty training, you may have a little trouble for a few months while trying to figure out a way to do so and not lose your cool.  After all, if …

Dogs Training: How to Make Your Pet Perform Tricks?

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How many times did you wonder how those dogs in the parks perform insane tricks? It is neither inherent skill that they can do since the birth nor a peculiarity of the breed. Commonly, it is years of active training and perseverance. Only a few people keep on teaching those tricks their favorites while others give in when occasion offers. …

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Top 4 Health Benefits of CBD Oil for Senior Dogs

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Featured Image Copyright: Pixabay / author: Couleur / I License: CC0 Public Domain No one likes to get older, but we all go that way. And no matter how hard it is for you to accept, your furry friend also does. Aging is a natural process for every living animal, but seeing your little pup turning into an old dog …

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Medications Used to Treat Dog Aggression and Negative Behavior

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(the featured image from unsplash.com) Aggression and negative behavior in canines can be managed through the use of prescription medication. Vets usually assess the situation for dogs and try to determine the root causes before recommending the right medications to use. Sometimes, addressing the cause of the negative behavior, especially aggression, could solve the problem. If your pet has changed …

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10 Signs You’re Obsessed With Your Dog

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Featured Image Source To have a dog is to realize that you can have a best four-legged friend, a company for those days when it seems that nothing goes well, a shoulder to cry, someone who listens to you without judging you and loves you without conditions. There is no better reception than when you get home, tired of work, …

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Is CBD Oil Safe For Pets?

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Featured Image Credit: Unsplash You probably would have heard that CBD oil renders a great medical and therapeutic benefit to the human body. This is why CBD has gained more popularity and acceptance in the medical field over the years, thanks to the fact that it is non-psychotropic. It means you won’t have to experience the feeling of highness that is …

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The Do’s and Don’ts to Keeping your Dog Pool Clean

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Owning a dog pool is amazing! However, if you want a long-lasting, durable pool for your dog, there are certain conscious actions and efforts that must be taken. The whole process of maintaining the sanitation of your dog pool could be complicated at times, and you might end up getting frustrated without a template to follow. This article aims to …

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Top Tips To Choose The Best Food For Your Dog

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Dogs are the most wonderful creatures and a gift by Mother Nature to humankind. For centuries, it has acted as a loyal servant and fierce protector to people while they worked on farms or slept. There is no doubt that humankind’s furry friends deserve a little more than just normal care. We are talking about providing your pet with the …

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Sharing Your Bed With Your Pet

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One question that tends to polarise dog owners from all walks of life if the age-old “should you let your dog sleep in your bed with you?” Most people on both sides of the divide have strong views about why their opinion is the most logical solution, and while there are obvious disadvantages to it, there can be some positives …

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Online vet

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Many are the times you want to ask your vet a question or even get some guidance on managing your pet’s behavior but you don’t have the money and time to visit your vet physically. With the many technological advancements witnessed in the 21stcentury, you can expect things are getting easier for you. Today, you can get advice, referrals and …

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5 Small Dog Breeds Perfect for Companionship

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Service dogs are being used more and more often these days for those with issues with anxiety, PTSD, and other mental conditions. Many people opt for a small dog breed, especially if they’re intent on having their service dogs with them while they’re out and about.  Not all breeds are suitable for this vital task, however, and that means you’ll …

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6 Reasons To Get An Emotional Support Rabbit

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Featured Photo by Gavin Allanwood on Unsplash Dogs, and even cats, are well-known as emotional support animals. But, did you know that another domesticated animal works just as well, and for some people even better? A rabbit, for example, can make a great emotional support animal.  Rabbits are just plain cute. Plus, there are actually a number of reasons to …

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Ferrets as Emotional Support Animals

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When one thinks of an emotional support animal, they’re likely to think of a dog or maybe a cat. Not many people would even consider the fact that ferrets could be used as emotional support animals. When you put some thought into it, though, ferrets just seem to lend themselves to being emotional support animals! Their infectious energy has the …

7 Foods you Didn’t Know Could Kill your Dog

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One thing we can all say we have in common is a love for our dog, no matter what the breed. And keeping them safe from harm is one of our main goals. Surprisingly enough, dogs don’t always like the same things we do, especially when it comes to food. Some of the things that you enjoy and snack on …

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Pet Health: Bacterial Infections In Dogs

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Bacteria are single celled organisms with the power to divide and multiply. Each strain of bacteria has different shapes and characteristics which can be used by medical professionals for the purposes of classification. Many forms of bacteria are harmless, and even helpful to an animal’s body, but there are bad strains that cause diseases in both humans and in dogs. …

Write for the Emotional Pet Support Blog | Actively Seeking Guest Contributions

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Contributor Guidelines Please read the instructions very carefully. How and Where to send article: Email us at support@emotionalpetsupport.com and please put the words “Emotional Pet Contributor Application” in the subject line. The article must be sent as a Google Doc file. Article format (Very Important): Edit and finalize your article on a Google doc file.For ‘Sharing’ settings, choose ‘anyone with the link can …

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Crucial Things To Consider When It Comes To Feeding Your Pet

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Loving pet parents are often concerned about whether they’re making the best feeding decisions for their dogs and cats. Although the ideal diet is different for each animal, learning some general information about pet nutrition can help you make healthy choices for your four-legged family member.  However, this is easier said than done. There’s a lot of information out there from …

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The Many Ways A Cat Can Boost Your Health And Happiness

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By Emily Parker, Catological.com Maybe it’s always been this way, but it seems that over the past decade or two, so many of our days are filled with a huge assortment of stressors. From job responsibilities to make sure your family is happy to the constant barrage of social media notifications, it can feel like outside stimulus never stops. Because …

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Homemade Tuna Patty Recipe

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Hey, all you cat lovers, we have a great recipe to share with you! This is not only simple, but it’s also a recipe that takes almost no time at all to make! Also, who doesn’t like knowing what your cat is eating – it’s certainly a healthy dish! Ingredients: 1 can of tuna 1/4 cup of pureed liver 1/2 …

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Homemade Peanut Butter Cookie Recipe

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We think that this is such a winner that we even shared it on Pinterest! This DIY treat will have your dog begging you for more! One cookie at a time, savor every bite because this delectable masterpiece is one your dog can’t live without! Ingredients: 2 tablespoons corn oil 1/2 cup peanut butter 1 cup of water 1 cup …

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What You Should Know About CBD For Pets In 2020

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As a dog owner, you can benefit from having your dog take CBD as a nutritional boost; and also,as a remedy for disease. Cannabidiol is not just a mid-level alternative therapy, it has a larger impact on physiology than many other natural extracts.  What Can It Do for Your Pets? As mentioned, it can work as a supplement for enhancing …

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Housing Rights and Your Emotional Support Animal

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Emotional support animals play an important role in helping you feel more comfortable throughout every aspect of daily life. Unfortunately, some housing managers and landlords are unaware of laws that govern emotional support animals and may attempt to reject pets based on strict “no pets allowed” policies. What are your rights under the Fair Housing Act? Is your ESA protected …

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Dog-owners and Driving on the Road

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For many people, dogs are a part of the family. But whereas most people wouldn’t dream of allowing their children to travel unrestrained, the same is not true for their pets. Occasionally, you would see a dog freely sticking its head outside of a car’s passenger-side window. That happens much more frequently than a child without a seatbelt. Car safety …

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Can Apartments Deny Emotional Support Animals?

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When searching for rented accommodations, it’s not unusual to find that most housing providers and landlords have ‘no pets’ policy. To be fair, you can’t really blame them as pets can pose potential damage to the property and make a lot of noise, or even hurt someone, which might do more bad than good. While most renters are forced to …

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Getting An Emotional Support Animal – Scottsdale

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Have you ever wanted to cuddle with a pet when you’ve felt sad or when life feels too difficult for you? Well, now you can. An emotional support animal is a pet for people who suffer from a mental or emotional disability. They provide comfort, companionship, and relief in difficult times. Emotional Support Animal in Scottsdale An emotional support animal …

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What Is An Emotional Support Animal Letter?

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First, let’s talk about the Emotional Support Animal Letter is about. ESA letters typically include the weight, breed, type, and name of the Emotional support animal(s) or sometimes referred to as comfort animal(s) and when this is the case, they aren’t subsequently considered a companion and not a pet. The primary function of emotional support animals is to provide companionship, …

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The Fair Housing Act

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Back in 1968, the Fair Housing Act was initiated as Title VIII of the Civil Rights Act of 1968, and it protects renters from landlord discrimination. According to HUD, the fair housing act prohibits landlords from refusing to rent to anyone based on race, religion, age, gender and other factors … such as disability. For individuals with disabilities, one of …

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Getting an ESA – Washington, D.C. – What you should do

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Emotional Support Animals have become more and more common over the past decade.  This is largely due to the many studies that have been done which show the great benefit these animals can have for their partners. From nursing homes for the elderly to apartments in Washington, D.C., Emotional Support Animals have been gaining a solid presence in everyday life …

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Getting An Emotional Support Animal – Florida

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People who struggle with disabilities are afforded certain privileges and rights when it comes to their service animals. For example, service dogs that act as guides for their visually impaired owners are usually allowed into certain areas where pets would normally be banned, such as grocery stores and restaurants. But what of those who own animals that aid with mental …

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The Guide to Emotional Support Animals in – California

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If you suffer from a mental or emotional disability, it can be a major benefit to have an emotional support animal who can provide you with companionship and care. These well-trained creatures can be there for you, can help you when you are struggling and can make it easier to do day to day activities. The difference between an Emotional …

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What are all of the Emotional Support Animal Laws?

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Federal Laws and Emotional Support Animals: Benefits of Obtaining an ESA Letter Emotional support animals (ESAs), not to be confused with service animals, are animals that are specially designated to assist individuals with emotional or psychological disabilities. According to the Americans with Disabilities Act(ADA), ESAs and service animals, and their respective purposes, can be distinguished in the following ways: Service …

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What is the Americans With Disabilities Act?

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EMOTIONAL SUPPORT ANIMALS HAVE IMPROVED THE QUALITY OF LIFE FOR MILLIONS OF AMERICANS WHO SUFFER FROM MENTAL AND EMOTIONAL DISABILITIES. When the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was implemented more than two decades ago, the protections offered for individuals utilizing animals for medical and emotional support were limited. Since that time, the provisions have been modified, providing a greater scope …

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Sharing Your Bed With Your Pet

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One question that tends to polarise dog owners from all walks of life if the age-old “should you let your dog sleep in your bed with you?” Most people on both sides of the divide have strong views about why their opinion is the most logical solution, and while there are obvious disadvantages to it, there can be some positives …

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Basic Ways to Train Your Dog Common Commands

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It is no simple task to bring a new puppy home and start thetraining process. If you have failed to plan how you will achieve the goal of things like potty training, you may have a little trouble for a few months while trying to figure out a way to do so and not lose your cool.  After all, if …

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6 Reasons To Get An Emotional Support Rabbit

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Featured Photo by Gavin Allanwood on Unsplash Dogs, and even cats, are well-known as emotional support animals. But, did you know that another domesticated animal works just as well, and for some people even better? A rabbit, for example, can make a great emotional support animal.  Rabbits are just plain cute. Plus, there are actually a number of reasons to …

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Ferrets as Emotional Support Animals

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When one thinks of an emotional support animal, they’re likely to think of a dog or maybe a cat. Not many people would even consider the fact that ferrets could be used as emotional support animals. When you put some thought into it, though, ferrets just seem to lend themselves to being emotional support animals! Their infectious energy has the …

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10 benefits of having an aquarium in your home

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It is so strange to know that fish are one of the most attractive pets to keep. A fish tank in your home is a token of luck and wealth also. Accurately, fish tanks have confirmed to have plenty of health gain. In our busy lives, we all need to relax, spotlight and restore our minds. For little children, they …

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From wolf to dog: nutrition, strength and man

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When is a dog a dog and not a wolf anymore? Scientists have the answer to the question. Strength has played an important role in the development from the wild wolf to the tamed quadruped. For a long time, the wolf was driven out of the German lands, but gradually the news is growing that the “wild dog” is also …

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Tips for Taking Your Dog on a Beach Vacation

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Your dog loves going to the beach as much as you do, so why not take it along on your next beach vacation? Of course, we know this isn’t as easy as it sounds. Taking your dogs to the beach requires a fair amount of preparation if you want the trip to be enjoyable and memorable for both of you. …

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Moving with Pets: A Step-by-Step Guide

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Featured Image Source: Pexels If you are getting ready to move to a new house with your emotional support pet, you’ll have to think about how the move will affect your loved one and how you can make things easier for them. Here is our short guide to helping your pet manage a move to a new home. 1. Prepare …

The World of Aquascaping and Its Benefits

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What is Aquascaping In layman’s language, aquascaping is the art of arranging plants along with stones and rocks beautifully in an aquarium.  Aquascape designs come in different unique styles. The aquascape normally acts as a home to fish and aquatic plants as well. You could opt to go with either; plants solo or fish solo, all dependent with your preference …

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Orientation of dogs: Do they have the magnetic sense?

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Dogs have a great sense of direction, as most people know. Often, the four-legged friends seem to return home without any problems, once they have escaped. Now, researchers have found something remarkable, dogs can perceive the earth’s magnetic field. Dogs make a great emotional support animal for this reason because not only do they have this unique ability, but they …

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Why and How You Should Bathe Your Dog at Home

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Having a dog might be fun, but it’s also a big responsibility. If you want to take care of your pet the right way, you have to feed them, walk them, brush them, and bathe them. Dogs are pretty relaxed and love most of these activities, which makes taking care of them much easier. Still, one of the biggest enemies …

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What You Should Know About CBD For Pets In 2020

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As a dog owner, you can benefit from having your dog take CBD as a nutritional boost; and also,as a remedy for disease. Cannabidiol is not just a mid-level alternative therapy, it has a larger impact on physiology than many other natural extracts.  What Can It Do for Your Pets? As mentioned, it can work as a supplement for enhancing …

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Top 4 Health Benefits of CBD Oil for Senior Dogs

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Featured Image Copyright: Pixabay / author: Couleur / I License: CC0 Public Domain No one likes to get older, but we all go that way. And no matter how hard it is for you to accept, your furry friend also does. Aging is a natural process for every living animal, but seeing your little pup turning into an old dog …

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Medications Used to Treat Dog Aggression and Negative Behavior

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(the featured image from unsplash.com) Aggression and negative behavior in canines can be managed through the use of prescription medication. Vets usually assess the situation for dogs and try to determine the root causes before recommending the right medications to use. Sometimes, addressing the cause of the negative behavior, especially aggression, could solve the problem. If your pet has changed …

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Is CBD Oil Safe For Pets?

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Featured Image Credit: Unsplash You probably would have heard that CBD oil renders a great medical and therapeutic benefit to the human body. This is why CBD has gained more popularity and acceptance in the medical field over the years, thanks to the fact that it is non-psychotropic. It means you won’t have to experience the feeling of highness that is …

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Felinotherapy: How Effective Is The Cat Therapy?

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Has someone told you already that cats can actually help you relieve stress and anxiety? Believe them. Turns out, they have a point — not just because cats are fun to play with. Cat therapy, also known as feline therapy or felinotherapy, is a form of therapy that eases your worries and depression. And it’s not just a fad. Science actually …

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Getting Your Dog Neutered

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Is your dog really difficult to control around other dogs? Here you can learn about all the health benefits involved in neutering a dog and how neutering can change your dog’s behaviour for the better. Neutering is when a dog’s reproductive organs are removed to make them sterile. The word ‘neutering’ applies to both sexes, whereas “castration” commonly applies to …

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Tips for grooming and hygiene of your new puppy

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No matter the breed or how long your puppy’s coat is, grooming is a very important task. Caring for nails and fur, and making sure they have good hygiene is key to their overall health and well-being. How to bathe a puppy The frequency of the baths will vary according to the texture of the coat. Very short hair should …

Is THC is Bad for Dogs?

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THC works the same way in dogs as it does in human beings—it gets them high. While people deliberately consume compounds that rich in THC to enjoy themselves, dogs may or may not find humor in the ‘high.’ Even though THC-rich cannabis has medicinal values and you might think that giving the same to your furry friend is a good …

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Everything You Need to Know About Pet Allergies and How to Control Them

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Featured Photo by Juno Jo on Unsplash If you often get a stuffy nose or itchy eyes when you’re around cats or dogs, there’s a big chance that you have a pet allergy. About 3 in 10 people in the US suffer from pet allergies, particularly to cats and dogs, according to theAsthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA). Cat allergies …

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All About Fleas On Dogs

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Featured Image Source: petcentral.chewy Only a pet parent knows the pain of seeing their sweetheart catching fleas. These insidious parasites not only suck the blood off the skin of your four-legged ball of fur but also spread in your home, eventually affecting both you and your pooch.  Did you know? According to their size, fleas can jump farther as compared …

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