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Mistakes to Avoid Before Buying a Dog Bed

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Dogs are truly a wonderful addition to your family. However, they are also among your expensive venture ever. As a dog owner, you desire an ideally welcoming set up to ensure its comfort and sleep. While shopping for various pet accessories, the dog bed is also one of the things that you should buy mindfully. Neglecting the mistakes that most …

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Types of Cat Litter On The Market

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Owning pets of any kind is not cheap. Everything from horses to dogs to parakeets, pets can be an investment that ends up costing more than you originally thought. Even cats can cost over $1,000 a year including food, litter, and regular medical bills, according to Petsho blog. If there’s an unexpected injury or medical problem, that only adds to …

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Awesome Tips to Keep Your Pet Healthy and Happy During the COVID-19 Quarantine

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Opinion piece: As we all know, nobody anticipated that this year is going to be ruled by the COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic didn’t not only put our daily lives to a stop, but it has also tremendously changed your pets’ lives as they had their normal routine. And we all know that it can be quite hard on them when …

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Holiday Pet Safety Tips

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The winter holiday season is one of the most exciting times for pet owners and their pets. But along with the excitement comes a lot of danger for pets, like toxic treats, poisonous plants, lit candles, fragile glass ornaments and many more. But this downloadable holiday pet safety checklist can prepare you for any hazards that this season could bring for your …

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How Do French Bulldogs Get Blue Eyes?

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French Bulldogs are one of the cutest dogs but are prone to some diseases as well. French Bulldogs or Frenchies are available in a dozen coats. They are also available in some rare colors such as lilac, Isabella, and blue. However, it’s not just their colors but their eye color as well which attracts everybody’s attention. As a lover or …

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How To Help Dogs Relax

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According to a report by Scientific Findings, 72.5% of all dogs experience one or more anxiety-related symptoms over the course of their lives. This is a staggering amount and illustrates how important it is to help your dog relax.  Each dog has a unique past with some having an introverted personality, while others carrying a history of trauma. Whatever the reason may …

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Do Small Pets Help with Stress?

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Opinion Piece: YES, they really do! You might be surprised, but researchers have linked owning a small animal as a pet to a whole range of health benefits. These include: Stress relief, Improved mental health, Lower blood pressure, and A smaller risk of depression and loneliness. Wow! But it’s not just the experts and scientists that have discovered the positive effects of human-animal …

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Keep Your Dogs and Cats Safe From Holiday Hazards

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Holidays bring a great surge of excitement for both us and our pets. The high spirits always have everyone dancing around with hope and vigor. However, amidst this overwhelming excitement and joy, holidays also comprise a few hidden problems and threats, especially for our fur buddies. And this precise yet all-embracing post covers the same subject. It explores a variety …

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How ESAs Can Help Us Get Through Tough Times

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Life can be tough. If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that. There’s so much uncertainty in the world right now, so much anxiety and hurt. That does not mean that you have to face life’s challenges alone. There were an estimated 200,000 emotional support animals (ESA) in the U.S. in 2018, and that number has only increased. And with good reason: …