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Autumn’s Dangers for Dogs

Fall is the perfect time to be outside with our furry family members. The weather is ideal for both humans and dogs, however, there are some hidden dangers we need to stay aware of while we’re enjoying our walk with our four-legged friend.

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Self-Isolating With Your Dog

  Staying home with your furry family member is probably the best thing for most of you dog lovers.  Dogs all over the world are happy to have their humans around all the time – so we think. I wonder if they ever think, “I could really use a little alone time, this constant talking to me is getting on my nerves!”  

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12 Wishes For A Pawfect Christmas

Please bring me toys and treats, no clothes please! Unless it’s really cold and I need to wear a coat to go outside. I wish that every dog gets adopted into a safe and loving home. We love being treated as part of your family. I wish that every dog gets treated as part of the family. After all, we are your furry family members! I wish that every dog gets fed a healthy diet. We too like to take care of our health so we don’t have to go to the Vet too often. I wish that every dog gets walked off the leash as much as possible. We love to run free and sniff everything in sight! Please...

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Thanksgiving Safety Tips For Your Dog

Thanksgiving is a time of gratitude. We celebrate with family and friends by indulging in all those wonderful comfort foods we serve for a traditional Thanksgiving meal. Before we get to the food that our furry family members should avoid, let’s talk about the non-food related safety tips. Make sure your dog is wearing a collar and ID tag with current contact information. This is important whether you are traveling or hosting guests. If you are entertaining in your own home, let your guests know that you have a dog(s). Explain how important it is that they are careful when entering and exiting the house - closing the doors behind them can save your dog’s life. If you will be...

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Halloween Safety Tips For Dogs

Halloween may be fun for children and families but for dogs, it can be traumatic. Minimize the stress and keep your dog healthy and happy throughout the festivities by following these tips. 1. Keep the candy bowl out of reach. Certain Halloween treats can be toxic to your furry family members. All forms of chocolate, especially dark and baking chocolate, can be extremely dangerous, even fatal for your dog. Symptoms of chocolate poisoning may include diarrhea, vomiting, rapid breathing, increased heart rate, and seizures. Xylitol, the artificial sweetener can also be poisonous to dogs. Xylitol can cause a sudden drop in blood sugar resulting in loss of coordination and seizures. It can also cause liver failure in dogs, even if...

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