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Why Microchip Dogs and Cats?

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The following article is from bluebuffalo.com According to the American Humane Society, about 10 million pets are reported missing each year. Due to difficulties identifying pets and notifying their parents, only 15% of dogs and 2% of cats are ever returned home. Microchips are computer chips the size of a grain of rice that are implanted under your pet’s skin to help ensure they’re returned home if they wander away. Each microchip is registered with a microchip lookup number that’s linked to your name and contact information. Chip manufacturers add this information to a pet microchip registry. Does implanting the...

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6 Tips for Keeping Your Dog’s Skin and Coat Healthy during the Winter Months

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The following article is from holisticselect.com. It’s no secret that the winter months can wreak havoc on our skin and the same goes for our four-legged friends. Humidity is low, the outside air is cold and windy (in some parts of the country), and dogs are going in and out of cold to warm weather and back again. Without the appropriate care during these wintry conditions, your dog’s skin and coat can suffer and skin conditions can even develop. So, how can you help to protect your dog’s skin during the winter months? We’ve got some tips for you. Limit...

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WHY DOGS BARK AND WHAT YOU CAN DO ABOUT IT

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The following article is from thehonestkitchen.com. ALL DOGS BARK—SOME MORE THAN OTHERS. It might sometimes seem like Fido is just barking up a storm for no reason at all, but the truth is that he probably has a very good reason for all the noise. Or at least, something he considers a good reason. And while you might be tempted to get him to stop immediately, figuring out what’s causing the barking is a much better option. If you know what’s bothering him and what he’s trying to tell you, you can make the best decision on how to react...

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5 DOG BREEDS TO CONSIDER FOR YOUR ACTIVE LIFESTYLE

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The following article is from triumphpetfood.com. As humans, we develop deep connections with our canines. And for those of us who love exploring and finding adventure in the outdoors, there’s no one better to have by your side. Here are five breeds we recommend venturing into the wild with. 1. SIBERIAN HUSKY These dogs are serious athletes. They were born to pull sleds, and can run more than 400 miles in Alaskan dog sled races. The Siberian Husky has incredible endurance to keep going through harsh conditions, so they are great for trekking through the snow.   This breed is independent...

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How to Make an Outdoor Cat House for Winter

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The following article is from wellnesspetfood.com.  As we approach the winter season, the days will get shorter and the temperatures will get colder. Cats might be resourceful, but they still need shelter when the temperatures drop. When the temperatures get really cold, cats can suffer from frostbite or hypothermia. Their fur coats sometimes simply aren’t enough to keep them warm. Outdoor Shelters for Community or Stray Cats Building an outdoor cat house for kitties can keep your feline friends safe and warm during the coldest part of the year. You might want to build an outdoor cat house for your...

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How To Keep Your Dogs Joints Healthy

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The following article is from purina.com.  Normal wear and tear on joints occurs daily. Cartilage protects your dog’s bones and joints from the friction caused by everyday movement. Natural glucosamine—a building block of cartilage tissue—can help maintain cartilage for healthy joints and mobility. What is cartilage? Cartilage is a tissue found at the ends of bones in the joint areas that acts as a cushion. It is composed of a sponge-like mass of cells, together with proteins, special substances that hold water and the water itself. Glucosamine serves as a building block to create these special water-holding substances. Why is...

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A HELPING PAW: 3 TIPS FOR HELPING ANIMALS IN NEED

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The following article is from primalpetfoods.com With the holidays in full swing and seasonal cheer finding its way into just about everything, it’s an ideal time to take a moment to help those in need. Not surprisingly, the holiday season—with its themes of family and togetherness—is a very popular time to volunteer. In fact, it is estimated that volunteering efforts increase by about 32% during the holiday season. Unfortunately, less than 2% of those volunteers opt to work with animals in need. At Primal, we are passionate about animals, and we know there is absolutely no shortage of pets and...

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2019 HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE FOR PET PARENTS

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The following article is from Stellaandchewys.com As pet parents ourselves, we know that you constantly spoil your pet. This holiday season, it’s all about you, the pet parent! We’ve come up with a list of must-haves to make your shopping easy:   Custom pet portrait: It’s the perfect decorative piece and conversation starter. Have your pet and all their personality captured with a custom pet portrait. Image via Etsy   Matching Sweaters: Keep yourself and your pet warm (not to mention, stylish) during winter months with a matching cotton blend Cozy Coastal Sweater by Dog Threads. Image via Dog Threads   Tote bag: Be the...

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Do You and Your Pet Have What it Takes to Be a Therapy Team?

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The following post is from Canidae.com By Sierra Koester Therapy dogs and cats bring a lot of comfort to those who need it – children in oncology wards, patients in rehabilitation hospitals and seniors in nursing homes, to name just a few. A visit from a therapy pet can significantly brighten one’s day, lift spirits, and ease loneliness. Therapy dogs and cats need to have specific qualities. You may not realize, however, that you are an important part of the therapy team, too! This means that you also need to possess certain qualities to help your pet participate in therapy...

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Why Microchip Dogs and Cats? →

February 06, 2020

The following article is from bluebuffalo.com According to the American Humane Society, about 10 million pets are reported missing each year. Due to difficulties identifying pets and notifying thei...
6 Tips for Keeping Your Dog’s Skin and Coat Healthy during the Winter Months →

January 30, 2020

The following article is from holisticselect.com. It’s no secret that the winter months can wreak havoc on our skin and the same goes for our four-legged friends. Humidity is low, the outside air i...
WHY DOGS BARK AND WHAT YOU CAN DO ABOUT IT →

January 23, 2020

The following article is from thehonestkitchen.com. ALL DOGS BARK—SOME MORE THAN OTHERS. It might sometimes seem like Fido is just barking up a storm for no reason at all, but the truth is that he ...
5 DOG BREEDS TO CONSIDER FOR YOUR ACTIVE LIFESTYLE →

January 16, 2020

The following article is from triumphpetfood.com. As humans, we develop deep connections with our canines. And for those of us who love exploring and finding adventure in the outdoors, there’s no...
How to Make an Outdoor Cat House for Winter →

January 09, 2020

The following article is from wellnesspetfood.com.  As we approach the winter season, the days will get shorter and the temperatures will get colder. Cats might be resourceful, but they still need...
How To Keep Your Dogs Joints Healthy →

January 02, 2020

The following article is from purina.com.  Normal wear and tear on joints occurs daily. Cartilage protects your dog’s bones and joints from the friction caused by everyday movement. Natural gluco...
A HELPING PAW: 3 TIPS FOR HELPING ANIMALS IN NEED →

December 26, 2019

The following article is from primalpetfoods.com With the holidays in full swing and seasonal cheer finding its way into just about everything, it’s an ideal time to take a moment to help those in ...
2019 HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE FOR PET PARENTS →

December 19, 2019

The following article is from Stellaandchewys.com As pet parents ourselves, we know that you constantly spoil your pet. This holiday season, it’s all about you, the pet parent! We’ve come up with a...
Do You and Your Pet Have What it Takes to Be a Therapy Team? →

December 12, 2019

The following post is from Canidae.com By Sierra Koester Therapy dogs and cats bring a lot of comfort to those who need it – children in oncology wards, patients in rehabilitation hospitals and sen...