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Guide for Pet Grooming at Home

Many dog owners opt to be their pet’s hairstylist. While getting the perfect poof for your pooch might be ambitious, there are some necessary aspects of pet grooming you need to know in order to do it properly and keep them healthy.

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Tips for Socializing My Dog

One major concern during this unprecedented time is properly socializing your dog. Canines need to be good citizens in the world we (normally) live. New owners must realize that once released from the confines of home, our pets need to function confidently and thrive in a populated environment.

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All About Military Service Dogs

These are unprecedented times. Amid concerns over COVID-19 and the country’s preparation to address the medical needs of its residents, ability to flatten the curve, and the short and long term economic ramifications, I’m reminded of a famous quote by Fred “Mister” Rogers: “When I was a boy and I would see scary things in … Continued

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Dog Biting 101

One of the most unwelcome surprises of puppy ownership is the pain those tiny little chompers, all 28 of them, can inflict on a hand or foot. Mouthing/teething is an integral part of growing up for pups; they investigate their world with their mouths and use those teeth for playing and chewing.

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The Most Common Dog Diseases

For any breed, reaching their golden years seems to happen overnight when they’re beloved companions. The key to helping our pets age well, lie in good preventative care and disease detection, grooming, dental care, proper nutrition, and TLC.

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What to Know When Getting a New Puppy

Puppies are a lot like human children – the amount of time, expense, and emotion you will invest during the first year of ownership is astounding and what you put in is what you will get out of your relationship with your new companion.

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