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5 top tips for your dog this Valentine’s Day

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Balloons, ribbons, and bows from bouquets and gifts could be an interesting thing for your dog to chew on and play with, but they could cause serious problems with his digestive system if ingested. Supervision is a must if your dog is going to be interacting with these accessories. Humans like flowers as romantic gifts but, dogs prefer bonding over …

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5 Things Every Rescue Dog Owner Needs to Know

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Have you ever wanted to adopt your very own rescue dog? There are thousands of rescue dogs in shelters across the country that are in need of loving homes. PetMD states that rescue dogs usually go through a lot of training to become what they are. If you’ve been kind enough to adopt one, you can be proud in the …

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First Aid for Pets

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Accidents happen, and dogs can be like small children in the way they’ll come home with all sorts of scraps from the adventures they have in the great outdoors. From farm animals to other domesticated types of animals and from emotional support animals to service animals, injury is inevitable. Over the years your dog may have a few accidents, but …

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How Second-Hand Smoke Affects Your Pet

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If you smoke, you should have first thought about its adverse effects not only on your health but also on your pet’s health.  Besides the obvious danger of lung cancer, cats and dogs lick the residual tar and nicotine from their coats, which can contribute to throat and mouth cancer. If you want to have this be your emotional support …

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Flea Treatment for Dogs

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Nothing irritates both a dog and an owner quite as much as fleas. In fact, most types of animals such as cats, cows, monkeys even humans are affected by these tiny nuisances. They are common parasites, but can be very difficult to remove. Even when you do manage to kill the fleas, their eggs can remain for months afterward, guaranteeing …

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Mountain Cur – A Dog Owner’s Guide

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This is a dog that strikes fear in the heart of others but remains loyal to his master. It is the Mountain Cur, a one-of-a-kind dog prided for his courageous heart. Perhaps, you believe this may be the dog for you! But, be warned this is a not breed meant for the faint of heart. However, if you’re a good …

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Can Dogs Eat Ice Cream?

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So you’ve bought some ice cream and now your dog is looking at you with its big puppy-like eyes. You instantly ask, should I share some? Your answer is sadly, no you shouldn’t do it. Even though it is not downright a dangerous dairy product, it is still not considered a good treat for your little furry friend. It is always …

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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 …