Pet Safety: Keeping Your Pet Safe During New Years Celebrations

New Years Eve – A time to celebrate all of the great times you had the past 12 months and to anticipate all of your life’s journeys for the upcoming year. What better way to ring in the New Year than with your pet? However, there are precautions a pet owner must take to insure that your four-legged companion stays out of danger or lost while the ball drops.

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Giving a Pet as a Holiday Gift

Considering giving a pet as a gift this holiday season? Giving a pet as a holiday gift requires a lot of advanced thought and consideration. A very sad fact is that, each year, thousands of animals given as holiday presents end up in shelters, abandoned, given away or worse. Here is a list of do’s and don’ts, so the pet and the person it’s been “gifted” to have the best chance of success.

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How to Keep Your Dog and Cat Safe in Winter

Winter weather is either on its way, or already here depending on where you live. With winter comes snow and freezing temperatures, so it’s time to prepare yourselves and your pets for the new season. While the weather outside is frightful, these winter pet tips can keep your precious pets snug, safe, and warm.

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Pet Health: Enjoy Thanksgiving Holidays with Your Pet

The holiday season is in full swing and the next stop is Thanksgiving. There are so many things to be thankful for: family, friends, food, and of course our pets! With all the commotion of Thanksgiving sure to be upon us in the next few weeks it is important remember our furry friends and how we can provide a safe, fun and memorable holiday for everyone. Below is a list of “Turkey Tips” to make sure your Thanksgiving goes as pleasant as possible.

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Pet Safety: Keeping Your Pet Safe on Halloween

October marks the beginning of fall. This means cool nights, colder temperatures, and who can forget, Halloween! It is a time for our kids to become two legged monsters, ghouls, superheroes, and princesses, to enjoy friends, trick-or-treating and lots of candy. But what about our four legged kids?

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Pet Travel – Traveling with an Older Dog or Cat

Whether you are planning a short trip across town or a long trip around the world with your pet, there are certain precautions that need to be taken first, especially if your traveling companion is older. Unlike a puppy or kitten who have an endless supply of energy, older dogs and cats tend to slow down and need extra care and health check-ups. If you are planning to travel with an older pet in the near future, here are some tips to help you along the way.

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Dog Safety: Labor Day Dangers for your Dog

Labor Day is almost here and what better way to spend your last summer party than with your pooch? Good food, friends and fun are all essential for Labor Day celebrations, but is your dog prepared for the festivities? Here is a list of dangers for your dog to avoid this Labor Day to ensure he/she stays healthy and happy all weekend long.

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