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Keeping Your Pup Safe During the Winter-Less Stress For You!

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Keeping Your Pup Safe During the Winter-Less Stress For You!

  Tis the season of celebration! As the holidays are a joyous time to gather around with loved ones, it’s important to plan ahead to ensure your furry family member will be comfortable and safe. Whether you are staying at home or traveling, there are many things that can be harmful to your pup or…

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Book Review: For Dog’s Sake

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Book Review: For Dog’s Sake

Title: For Dog's Sake Author: Amy Luwis Genre: pets Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing Release Date: 5/3/2016 Format: Paperback – Flexbound Pages: 144 Source: http://www.andrewsmcmeel.com/catalog/detail?sku=9781449472306 Did you know that just three ounces of baker’s chocolate can kill a 15-pound dog?  Or that human medications are the number one cause of pet poisoning?  Or that innocent snow…

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Keeping Your Dog Safe in the Summer Heat

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Keeping Your Dog Safe in the Summer Heat

by Erin Askeland, Training and Behavior Expert at Camp Bow Wow    Watch for Heatstroke Dogs can develop heatstroke fairly quickly. Signs of this include excessive panting, staring, anxious facial expressions, warm skin, refusal to obey commands by owner, vomiting, collapse and rapid heartbeat. If you suspect that your pet is suffering from this, lower…

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5 Important Ways to Keep Your Dog Safe

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5 Important Ways to Keep Your Dog Safe

  During the busy and stressful holidays we are often distracted and we may accidently put our dog in harms way. Here are five things to keep in mind to keep your dog safe and comfortable:   Your dog travels inside the vehicle with you. Do not place your dog in the bed of a…

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