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Activities to Keep Your Dog Occupied When Recovering from Surgery

March 31, 2021

Image by Allison Peterson from PixabayWhen an active, elderly, or disabled dog gets surgery or sustains an injury, it will keep them out of commission for some time while they recover. You need activities to keep your dog occupied, and that can turn out to be a good thing.

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What are the Early Signs of Mobility Problems in Dogs?

February 28, 2021

Recognizing early signs of disease is critical for early interventions and favorable outcomes. When your dog is exhibiting the early signs of mobility problems, you should sit up and take notice.

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Having a New Pet Meet Your Disabled Dog

January 26, 2021

Image by Светлана Бердник from Pixabay

Pet owners often have a deep love for their pets, and are open to having even more. However, there are right ways and wrong ways to introducing a new pet to a disabled dog.

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The Best Ways to Keep Christmas Merry for your Pets

December 15, 2020

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People look forward to the Christmas holidays, but pets often don’t know, and don’t care. However, much of what we do during the holidays can be a source of stress for them, so we need to keep that in mind as we go about our holiday business. Here are the best ways to keep Christmas merry for your pets.

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Is CBD Oil Going to Help Your Pet?

November 26, 2020

CBD oil for a pet dog

CBD oil has exploded in the pet care market, and many people swear that it works for their pets. However, there seems to be a bit of a problem with proving this as a fact. Is CBD oil going to help your pet become healthier and happier?

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Six Good Reasons to Adopt a Rescue Dog

November 5, 2020

Updated November 5, 2020

Statistics show that there are 6.5 million pets in 14,000 animal shelters in the US in 2020. If you are thinking of getting a dog or other kind of pet, this is a good reason to consider adopting one from an animal shelter rather than buying from a pet shop.  Let’s talk about it.

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Top Facts and Considerations for Pet Insurance

October 15, 2020

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Many Americans have found out the high cost of animal health care to their dismay. About 180 million pets have cost their owners about $60 billion a year, an estimate released by the North American pet Health Insurance Association. This includes about $15 billion spent on veterinary care, which is the third highest in terms of pet health expenditure. On the other hand, the average cost of insuring 1 million pets cost $595 million or an average of $595 per pet annually. It might seem a lot to spend on your pet, but it might be well worth it as this typically compares favorably to the costs of pet healthcare.

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What You Should Know about Dog Bite Insurance

September 18, 2020

Image by <a href="">Paul Brennan</a> from <a href="">Pixabay</a>

We love our furry friends, and in most cases, they love their owners.  However, other people might not feel so comfortable with them, and there have been many instances when dogs have injured people. This is why you need to know all about dog bite insurance, especially if the breed of your dog is considered dangerous.

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Exercise Tips for Healthy Pets during the Coronavirus Threat

April 15, 2020

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Should COVID-19 keep you from walking your dog?

Well, not necessarily. If both you and your pet are healthy and there is no danger of coming in contact with other people, you should. Exercise is necessary for increasing your resistance to infection, and walking your pet outdoors is as good a way as any, especially if you live in an area with a lot of outdoor space.

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7 Tricks for a Great Vacation with Your Disabled Pet

December 15, 2019

Our pets are a big part of our family, right down to sleeping in our bed and sharing meals with us. So when you think about taking a vacation with your pets, it’s natural to want to bring them along.

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