Jul
8
2014

Outdoor Cat or Indoor Cat? Why Not Both?

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As you are probably aware, one of the great decisions about owning a cat is whether or not you’ll let them go exploring outside. Kittens, declawed cats and elderly kitties are definitely at-risk when they are outdoors. The exposure to predators and traffic can quickly scare pet owners from ever letting their cat into the […]

Jul
7
2014

Cat Beds Help Reduce Allergies

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For many cat owners, the worst part about owning a furry friend can be the sniffles and sneezes associated with it. Whether you’re the one who suffers from allergies or if it’s one of your loved ones, a cat that causes sore throats and itchy eyes can quickly become the least favorite member of the […]

Jul
7
2014

Are Bark Collars Dangerous?

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Just like Rottweilers and Pit Bulls, bark collars have had a bad reputation for a long time. Whether it’s a stimulation, spray or vibration collar, many pet owners have shied away from training dogs with effective collars because of a preconceived notion that they could be dangerous. Some people think that these collars run the […]

Jun
19
2014

What To Know If Your Pet Presses Their Head

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It’s tough to communicate with our pets. Although some high-tech collars coming out on the market claim to be able to tell pet owners health statistics, identifying medical conditions in pets is a big guessing game with a wide range of vague symptoms that easily can be misconstrued and sometimes blown out of proportion. Still, […]

Mar
24
2014

Tri-Tronics Officially Merges With Garmin

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When you’re headed into the wilderness with your dog, it doesn’t matter if you’re doing some serious exploring or hunting—you want to make sure you have a good lock on your dog’s location. In the great outdoors you can experience unexpected weather changes and unwelcomed visitors (bears or coyotes) that can spook your pooch. Luckily, […]

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