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4 Things You Can Do to Protect Your Pet in the Summer

4 Things You Can Do to Protect Your Pet in the Summer

4 Things You Can Do to Protect Your Pet in the Summer Let’s be honest, summer is not only fun for you – it can be a blast for your furry friend. Warm weather, splashing around in the water, getting outside and enjoying the fresh air. While

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Top 5 Water Safety Tips for Pet Owners

Top 5 Water Safety Tips for Pet Owners

Top 5 Water Safety Tips for Pet Owners We know how much folks around Maryland love being outdoors, especially being so close to the water. With warmer months approaching, many pet owners enjoy taking their dogs outside and in and around water. Therefore, here are the top

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What to Expect at Your Puppy’s First Vet Visit

What to Expect at Your Puppy's First Vet Visit

What to Expect at Your Puppy’s First Vet Visit You may already know that a trip to the vet is in order, but do you know what to expect at your puppy’s first vet visit? First off, congratulations on your new bundle of joy, bringing a new

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Driving with Pets and Car Safety Tips

Driving with Pets and Car Safety Tips

There is nothing like driving around with your best furry friend on the passenger side with the windows down and the wind blowing. Unfortunately, these good times are putting your pet at risk. Check out the tips below on driving with pets and car safety.

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Do you have an overweight pet?

Do you have an overweight pet?

Do you have an overweight pet? Does this fur make me look fat? Sadly, today’s pet population is mimicking the weight issues of the human population, and the health risks associated with it. It is estimated that 54% of dogs and cats are overweight or obese in

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Can I Get My Pet Sick? Zoonotic Diseases

Can I Get My Pet Sick? Zoonotic Diseases

Can I Get My Pet Sick? Zoonotic Diseases A common question asked from our dear pet parents is if they can give their furry friend their cold. Rest easy knowing that your dog or cat cannot catch your cold, just like you could not catch distemper. However,

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Should You Spay or Neuter Your Pet?

Should You Spay or Neuter Your Pet?

Should You Spay or Neuter Your Pet? Yes, you should spay or neuter your pet. According to the national ASPCA in the United States, approximately 6 million homeless animals entering animal shelters every year. The sad fact is that only about half of them are adopted, the

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Tips for Training Your Pet

Tips for Training Your Pet

Tips for Training Your Pet Just like helping a child to walk, our pets need training too. Taking the time to properly train your pet can make your home more harmonious. Taking a few simple steps, you can train your pet to have manners, be mindful of

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Keep Your Pet Safe When Traveling

Keep Your Pet Safe When Traveling

Keep Your Pet Safe When Traveling Saturday, January 2nd, 2016, is National Pet Travel Safety Day. Pets are a part of our family, so naturally during the holidays, they come with us. More hotels and restaurants are also becoming more pet-friendly. Veterinarians and animal behavioral specialists around

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Pets as Gifts – Things to Consider

Pets as Gifts - Things to Consider

Pets as Gifts – Things to Consider The holiday season is flooded with images and scenes of puppies or kittens in gift boxes, popping out of stockings, and under Christmas trees. We have all seen a movie or commercial on TV featuring an adorable animal being given

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