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The Evolution Of Dogs

Man’s best friend, the dog, has been our greatest companion for generations. Our mutualistic relationship is unrivaled in the natural world, and it’s something that humans should continue to cherish for as long as we can. But where did they come from, and how did we domesticate them? How are there so many breeds and … Continued

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Veterinary Visits During These Unprecedented Times

This year has been profound for many reasons, although one stands out among the rest; the Coronavirus pandemic, which exploded in early spring, has led to the end of modern-day economic stability. While responsibilities can sometimes be difficult to recognize, especially right now, it’s important to do what we can for ourselves and each other … Continued

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Tips for Traveling with Your Pet

Whether visiting your favorite beach during the winter or spending a long weekend with family on the coast, there’s always a reason to take a trip away from home. Here’s some tips for traveling with a dog.

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Heatstroke and Dogs

With summer in full force and temperatures continuing to rise, responsible pet owners must once again monitor the climate’s effect on our dogs as they become at risk of overheating and heatstroke.

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puppy potty training

How to Housetrain/Potty Train Your Puppy

Housetraining, also known as potty training, is a long but achievable undertaking that should be your number one priority after adopting a puppy. It’s easier to teach a dog when it’s younger, and it helps your house stay that much cleaner.

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Inside the Mind of Dogs

How do we measure dog intelligence? What makes one dog’s breed “smarter” than another? How smart are dogs, and what really goes on inside those fuzzy little heads?

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Pets and Separation Anxiety

Among veterinarians, there is an overall sense of unease and concern that a wave of abandoned and maladjusted pooches will fill the shelters when stay-at-home restrictions are eased. The best thing to do is prevent separation anxiety among your pets in the first place. While we shelter in place, this can be difficult, but not impossible, to achieve.

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