Category Archives: Pet Health & Safety

4 Unusual Tips For Keeping Pets From Becoming Lost or Stolen

Parents of both two-legged and four-legged children alike have likely experienced the sheer panic when that moment arrives when we can’t find them. Even if it’s just for a few minutes, the feeling of utter terror is beyond compare. According statistics from the ASPCA, only 26% of dogs and just 5% of cats are returned to their owners…
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Dog Breath is More than Nasty

Dog breath can be more than a stinky problem. It could be a symptom of a larger health issue. While bad breath can be caused by a number of problems, the most critical sources of bad breath in dogs could be kidney disease, diabetes mellitus, lung disease, and even cancer. So if your dog's breath…
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The Very Best Dog Food for Your Dog

Providing your dog with a high-quality diet is important to his overall health.  Just like you, your dog need nutrients and fiber and quality fresh ingredients in his food to ensure he has the fuel he needs to remain strong and healthy.  But with so many pet foods on the market, it's really hard to…
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Tips for Relieving Your Dog’s Stress

If your dog is overly stressed, it can affect his overall health. The best thing to do is to simply avoid the things that stress him out. However, we can’t always avoid stressful situations for our pups. There are a few different techniques that you can use to relieve stress. Dogs like to chew when…
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The Damage of Doing Nothing

“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” – Edmund Burke The only way we can bring an end to animal abuse is to speak up and stand up for them. Make your opinions known and your voice heard. You can volunteer at any number of wonderful…
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Bad Breath

Foul doggie breath is not something that you should just assume that you have to live with. Your dog shouldn’t have bad breath. If you notice that your dog’s breath has a foul smell then something could be wrong. Bad breath can be a sign of gum disease or a bad tooth. Dogs can have…
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Teaching your dog to love his crate

Every dog should be crate trained. A crate isn't a prison but rather a private and secure place for your dog. When crate trained properly your dog with think of the crate as his safe haven. Dogs will happily go in their crates during stressful situations (strangers or a large group of people, storms, or…
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