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Buster’s Friends- Princess Jasmine!

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Buster’s Friends- Princess Jasmine!

I am real excited to interview a pretty lassie named Jasmine.  I even took a bath for the occasion!  She is a little princess and I hope we can be friends!   Tell us a little about yourself. What is your background? I was born in pompano beach Florida on December 26, 2010. My mom…

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PETPACE REVOLUTIONIZES TREATMENT OF PET EPILEPSY

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PETPACE REVOLUTIONIZES TREATMENT OF PET EPILEPSY

PetPace Bio-Response™ for Epilepsy helps pet owners, caregivers detect, track, possibly predict seizures BURLINGTON, Mass. — PetPace, the world leader in wearable technology for pets, today announced a new objective, innovative and automated program that allows pet owners, for the first time, to examine how pet biometric data changes in relation to seizure events. Addressing an acute…

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Top 12 Tips for Preventing Dog Bites

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Top 12 Tips for Preventing Dog Bites

From the folks at Camp Bow Wow   Seek Proper Help to Ensure You Pick the Right Dog – Whether it is through a trainer, a shelter, or a local rescue organization, recruit an educated individual to help you find a dog that best suits your lifestyle. For example: If you have a child that…

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Podcast-De-Flea With No Chemicals, Meds, Or Insecticides-here is how

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Podcast-De-Flea With No Chemicals, Meds, Or Insecticides-here is how

The inventor of Hostguard, a flea detector and destroyer system using nothing but natural materials with no harmful chemicals, joins us. For both dog owners and cat owners. This system attracts the fleas and traps them where they die in their tracks unable to move, using no chemicals of any kind or anything residual.  Safe…

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The Best Ways to Get Active With Your Dog This Spring

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The Best Ways to Get Active With Your Dog This Spring

by Natasha Thompson   It’s finally spring, which thankfully brings warmer temperatures and longer days. That means it’s time to grab the leash and get your family moving! Read on to see why physical activity is so important for you and your dog, plus get ideas for some fun activities! How Physical Activity Benefits You and…

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5 Things To Know About Dog Ear Infections

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5 Things To Know About Dog Ear Infections

 Written by Natalie Aylett | @EoseraInc   Ever wonder why your dog isn’t being itself? It could be because he/she is fighting an ear infection. Much like humans, ear infections can be very painful and uncomfortable for dogs. This article is designed to tell you some important things you need to know about ear infections in dogs.  …

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A Match from Heaven For Bullied Boy

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A Match from Heaven For Bullied Boy

  Madden is a little boy who was born with a cleft pallet and different colored eyes. He was bullied for being different so Mom encouraged him to make a video. Then his Mom saw a cat up for adoption that had the same cleft lip and pallet and two different colored eyes just like…

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Podcast: Dr Ernie Ward and Cultivated Protein Dog Food

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Podcast: Dr Ernie Ward and Cultivated Protein Dog Food

Dr Ernie Ward returns to discuss an amazing new type of dog food and treats made of cultured protein and a japanese fungi! What is cultured protein? It is tissue, (meat) grown in a petri dish from a stem cell!  Basically it is like cloning and does not involve any genetic manipulation. It is sterile,…

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What I Learned Going From a Small Dog to a Much Bigger Dog

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What I Learned Going From a Small Dog to a Much Bigger Dog

By Christpina Vue   I currently have a 5 year old Husky Eskimo Mix name Luna. Weighing around 43 pounds and given the fact that I’m a small person of only 4 “8” and she’s about 17-19 inches tall, I had to learn so many different ways to handle her. She’s such a handful, but…

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Your First Dog: Tips and Advice for the First-Time Pet Owner

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Your First Dog:  Tips and Advice for the First-Time Pet Owner

  by Jessica Brody   If you are thinking about adopting a dog, you are not alone. According to the AVMA, over 36 percent of American households have a dog, roughly equating to about 69.9 million households total. However, not every person who adopts a dog is truly ready for one. Bringing a pup into your…

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