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3 Ways to Be a Great Pet Owner on a Budget

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To welcome a pet into your life is to welcome a companionship filled with love, joy, and adventure. However, it also means adding a fair amount of responsibility to your life. While caring for your pet takes time, effort, and money, the bond that eventually forms makes it all worthwhile. What’s more, there are ways to keep your pet healthy …

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Selling and Buying a Home and How to Consider the Dog

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There are many factors to consider when buying and selling a home. When you add your pets to the mix, there is, even more, to think about. Among all the considerations with putting your house on the market — staging it for potential buyers and shopping for the next ideal place for your family — it’s often easy to neglect …

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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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Top 10 Mental Health Disorders

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Good mental health increases considerably, enhances, and maintains the emotional wellbeing of any person regardless of their age. It indicates how an individual thinks, feels and acts towards life, and how he handles stress and other associated problems life throws at him. A mental health disorder/disease is an illness that causes mild to severe disturbances in thoughts and/or actions, resulting …

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The Surprising Therapeutic Benefits Of Tropical Fish

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The Fair Housing Act qualifies as many individuals as possible to own an emotional support animal, and indeed, pets play a key role in the homes of many Americans. Various studies have shown that human beings can benefit in profound ways from having pets, with the American Psychological Association publishing an important study showing that “pet owners were happier, healthier and better …

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Getting Fit with Fido

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The bond between an owner and their pet is as close as it gets, but it’s important to remember that it’s not just an emotional attachment, but a physical one too. A study out of PurdueUniversity found that 36.5% of American households included dogs, and many of those dog owners walk more for their dogs than they do for themselves. By setting …

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Hidden Wildlife Dangers and How to Avoid Them

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Every year, over 100 people in the US are attacked by animals. Most of the time, wildlife attacks are easily preventable. A few simple precautions can keep both you and your pet safe from the unexpected dangers of wildlife. Be Aware of What’s Out There Even if you live in an urban setting, places like parks can still harbor unexpected wild animals. Keeping your eye out for signs …

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How To Care For A Bunny

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If you are thinking about adopting a pet rabbit, even if it’s to serve as an emotional support animal, we would suggest that you consider the following facts about how to properly care for your bunny. Bunnies can be cute, furry friends that are fun to take care of and have as a pet. According to Petfinder, rabbits may be …