Aug
26
2014

Managing Your Dogs Hip Dysplasia

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When you have a dog that is in pain, it can break your heart. Sore muscles, pain from arthritis and weakened joints from hip dysplasia can cause your dog some serious aches when they start to get older. Although most dogs are pretty good about hiding their ailments, you can usually tell if a pooch […]

Aug
26
2014

How To Groom Your Dog at Home

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For many people, taking a dog to the groomers is one of the biggest headaches when you have a furry friend. Making appointments, getting your pooch in the car and the pricey bill at the groomers (Ahem- “puppy salon”) can be enough to make your head spin. Grooming your dog shouldn’t make you want to […]

Aug
25
2014

The Dangers of Tap Water

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In recent years, people have genuinely started to care about what they put in their bodies. In the past, there was never a reason to worry about genetically modified foods or tainted tap water, but now there are hidden dangers with our food and drink. Whether or not fluoride is safe for drinking water is […]

Aug
21
2014

Fighting Fleas While Walking Your Dog

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Little insects crawling on your body, sucking your blood and leaving painful welts that make you want to chew off skin. If it sounds like some sort of Halloween movie, you’re wrong. Fleas and ticks are one of the most common ailments for dogs of all ages. Whether you have a newborn puppy or a […]

Aug
20
2014

How To Make a Catnap Even Better

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“All I do is eat and Sleep. Eat and sleep. Eat and sleep. There must be more to a cat’s life than that. But I hope not,” said one of the world’s most notorious sleepers, Garfield. Although, almost every cat is a champion sleeper, there is always a way to make it even better. A […]

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