Category: Pet Care

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Tips for Introducing Your Pet to Your New Baby

Building a healthy and happy family means taking all the necessary precautions to ensure that everything in your household runs as smoothly as possible. The good news is that you never have to choose between your pets that you have loved for years and a new bundle of joy. If you do things right, you can ensure that your new

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Benefits and Responsibilities of Pet Ownership

It is an undisputed fact that the majority of Americans love pets. In the United States, 84.9 million homes or 67 percent of all households own at least one pet based on data from the 2019-2020 APPA National Pet Owners Survey. This does not mean that there are only 84.9 million pets in the U.S., though, because many households have

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Fun Activities to Do with Your Dog

Dogs get depressed too. Yes, they have internal lives, and they contemplate existence the way you do. Well, maybe that’s taking it too far but you get the point. You can’t let your dog get too bored. If they become very unhappy, they might succumb to an illness. Or they might direct their pent-up emotions to your favorite pair of shoes.

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Caring for Your Dog in the Pandemic

The pandemic makes life difficult for everyone. You are fortunate if you have a dog that continues to give you unconditional love amid this crisis. A dog lightens the load and brightens the day for singles, couples, and families. This furry friend cannot contain its excitement around you. It radiates pure joy. You, in turn, are responsible for ensuring your

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A Practical Pet Owner Guide for Pets’ Safety at Home

Adopting a pet is exciting, no doubt, but before you do that, you need to ensure your home is pet-proof. Your first step should be to prepare your home to be a safe environment for your furry friend. Pets generally explore the home as soon as they get comfortable, and they may end up hurting themselves if you have not

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Pet Care : Keeping Your Pets Safe During a Major Home Renovation

Enduring the whole process of a major home remodeling is challenging. While we are dying to get a new look for our kitchen, bathroom, or living room, we have to keep in mind that our beloved pets have to endure this dreadful temporary situation as well. Though some pets seem alright with high volume, many dog owners report that their

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Tips and Pointers for Raising an Emotionally Traumatized Dog

Adopting or rescuing a dog from a shelter is a noble task — and a path that we should all choose. However, it’s also not an easy path, as dogs from a shelter can often pose some challenges, especially if they have gone through significant trauma. Just like human beings, our pets are sentient, making them vulnerable to the psychological effects

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Essential Strategies to Prep Your Pooch for Long Trips

The song of the open road can be tempting, especially when you have your furry best friend with you. However, although longer road trips with dogs can be fun, it can be challenging. Dogs can get restless fast and do dangerous things, such as hanging their heads out of windows or suddenly jumping on you when you’re driving along busy

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How to Prepare Your Pets for the New Home

One of the most stressful life events is moving to a new home. It’s rated as aggravating as going through a divorce or breakup. Yet 32 million people have moved within and outside their states because of new jobs. That is usually for better weather or lifestyle and just a change of scenery. For whatever purpose, the experience is rarely

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Bringing Home a New Puppy? Here’s What You Should Do.

Bringing home a new puppy to your home is like Christmas morning. Whether it’s from a shelter or a friend, a puppy will always bring happiness and joy into its new home. Having a new puppy entails much preparation to make the transition to a new home easier and less stressful. If this isn’t your first puppy, then you might

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