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Warmer weather for humans means new clothes, new haircuts, spring cleaning and some sniffing and sneezing. But what does it mean for your pet?
Have you ever wondered why your pet eats grass? Our research shows that eating grass can be normal for dogs and cats. There are some different theories explaining why this is the case.
Did you know that October is Pet Safety Month? We’ve put together some tips to help keep your pet safe outside.
With some colder weather right around the corner, you’re making your appointment for your annual flu shot. It may not have even crossed your mind that Sparky needs his too!
There can be some concern about introducing a baby into your pet-friendly household. With some planning prior to the arrival of the baby, Sparky will grow to love this new member of the family.
Here is an update on Thunder, the hairless Husky.
Abby is a beagle/cattle dog mix that is looking for a forever home!
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