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Archive for May 2021

Less Talking, More Walking

A dog is holding a leash in its mouth.

Taking Fido on daily walks is more than potty breaks. Do days feel long and tiresome, or are Fido’s chewing habits becoming destructive? Walking a furry friend(s) is beneficial for pet owners and pets alike. Benefits of Daily Walks Daily walks with a furry friend have numerous benefits. The American Kennel Club lists perks that…

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No! Stop Chewing!

A dog is chewing a shoe.

Any dog owner knows the frustration of theirs pet’s chewing destroying objects from a favorite pair of shoes to vintage books or even their homework assignment. Yikes! Do teachers still not believe that one? Normal vs. Destructive Chewing It is typical for a puppy to chew. Just as infants place objects into their mouths to…

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Doggone Camping

A dog is sitting outside of a camping tent.

As summer has arrived, many families and individuals are opting for outdoor adventures, including camping. Camping is a wonderful way to spend time as a family or with friends. However, when bringing a dog along, there are a few items to be aware of before taking that trek outdoors.  The National Parks Service (NPS) has…

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Traveling With Your Pet

A cat is looking out an airplane window.

With the post-pandemic world seemingly approaching, visits to friends and family are at the top of our to-do lists. While traveling by yourself has its peculiarities, traveling with pets brings a unique set of hurdles and challenges. If this is your pet’s first experience with flying or driving, there are a few things to be…

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