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Autumn with your Emotional Support dog

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You really can’t beat an autumn morning, can you? Air so crisp and fresh you can see each breath. Warm colored leaves falling from the trees, giving that satisfying crunch underneath your shoes. Bright sunshine, but chilly enough to wrap up in a warm coat and soft scarf. If your emotional support dog is enjoyable walking with then you’re in luck, …

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Dogs, Depression & What You Can Do To Help

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The conversation surrounding mental health in America has picked up recently, especially since one in four Americans suffer from a mental disorder. However, did you know that many people don’t realize that dogs also suffer from mental health issues too. According to IFLScience, the first 30 minutes of being left alone is usually the most stressful time for a dog. …

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All About The Doberman

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The average lifespan of a doberman is just 10 years or 120 months or 3652 days. However you think of it, big dogs simply don’t last as long as smaller breeds. Which doesn’t make sense when you look at mammals in general. The BlueWhale lives for 80 years, yet a bat will only live for a maximum of 10 years. Yet within …

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4 Important Factors to Consider While Taking In An Emotional Support Animal

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There are millions of pet dogs, cats, rabbits, birds and other kinds of animals living in households all over the world. They’re loved and taken care of. Often we bring a cat or dog just so that our little ones can have a playmate. A furry little fellow jumping from the couch to the table seems all too exciting and …

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Keeping Your Emotional Support Animal Comfortable At Home

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It’s no secret that emotional support animals can make a big difference to those with a qualified mental or emotional disorder. As noted in a 2014 study by researchers at Georgia State University, the support of an animal can significantly reduce anxiety, loneliness, and other stress-related conditions. Those who have emotional support animals testify to the great importance their pets have in their …

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How To Pet Proof Your Garden

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You have your home, complete with a lush and beautiful garden! So now you’re thinking of getting a pet. That’s wonderful! However, with the new addition to your family, there are extra things to consider when designing your garden. Whether it’s an exotic cat breed or a reliable emotional support dog breed, you need to take proper measures to ensure …

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Emotional Support Animals & Therapy to Combat Chronic Pain

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An estimated 100 million U.S. adults experience chronic pain, a condition influenced by biological, psychological, and social factors that is usually and optimally managed by treatments that address not only its biological causes but also its psychological and social influences and consequences. These causes and symptoms can be alleviated by these treatments, but the treatments and quality of life of the …

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Is Prednisone Safe for Dogs?

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Prednisone is one of the most commonly prescribed steroids in both human and veterinary medicine. It’s used to treat a variety of ailments from joint pain to cancer. If your dog has been prescribed prednisone, there is a long list of things you should be aware of before you give them that first pill. Always work with your veterinarian to …

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Looking After Your Dog’s Teeth

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Your dog’s oral health is just as important as all other aspects of caring for them, but it’s often overlooked. Tartar that sits on dog’s teeth is about 80% bacteria and can get into the bloodstream and infect vital organs. Dental disease is very painful for your dog as it damages gums, bones, and ligaments and can lead to teeth …

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Healthiest Small Dog Breeds and How to feed them

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If you are looking for a small dog to add to your family, cost of potential vet bills may be critical to your decision. Are some small dog breeds healthier than others? Potentially. There are a few small dog breeds that are known to be generally healthier than other breeds. What are those breed, you ask? I’ll take you through …

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Sleeping Woof – A Dog Owner’s Guide to Camping

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Camping in the USA is on the rise, as Americans look to reconnect with nature and get back to basics. Over six million more households have taken to the great outdoors for a vacation in the past four years and many believe that the increased popularity of camping reflects decades of economic uncertainty – camping makes for a much more affordable trip …

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Is Claritin Safe For Dogs?

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Claritin, the popular brand name of the drug loratadine, is commonly used for treating allergies. Claritin is a H1 histamine antagonist (anti-histamine), which, unlike many other popular anti-allergens such as Benadryl for dogs, does not tend to induce sedation in those who use it making it a highly popular alternative. Aside from allergies, the drug is also typically employed immediately …