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How to Change Your Pet's Diet

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If you have decided to change your pet's diet, feed your pet a combination of the new and old food over a 10-day period to get them used to the new texture and smell. Abrupt changes to a pet's diet can trigger diarrhea and other intestinal upsets, especially if your pet has a sensitive stomach, so be deliberate and & Read more �

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What Makes Chocolate So Toxic to Pets?

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One of the cardinal rules of pet ownership is “don’t feed your pet chocolate.” But what is it about chocolate that can make your pet so sick?

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What's in a Name? Should You Give Your Adopted Dog a New Name?

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If you want to rename your dog, go right ahead.

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Puppy Meet Child: How to Properly Introduce Puppies and Children

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 If you have children and are adopting a puppy or are a puppy Pet Parent and are having young children over to visit, you'll want to introduce them to one another in a way that is friendly and non-threatening for both parties.

 Here are some tips to help introduce your pet to young children:

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What Causes Ear Infections and How You Can Spot the Signs

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Otitis externa (ear infection) is an inflammation or infection of the outer ear canal and may also involve the ear flap.

There are numerous causes for otitis including bacteria, yeast, ear mites, excessive wax, hair and debris within the canal, allergies, hormonal imbalances, preexisting ear canal or flap damage, long or heavy ear flaps and frequent exposure to moisture.

Common signs for otitis include:

Otitis & Read more �

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Green Paw Print Tip #4: Don't Shop - Adopt!

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Looking to add a four-legged friend to the family? Adopt from a shelter, humane society or rescue group and give a pet that's already out there and in need of a forever home a healthy, happy life. Check out our

Online Adoption Center

to find your perfect match.

Likewise, do your part in reducing pet overpopulation by spaying or neutering your & Read more �

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Do I Need to Brush My Cat's Teeth?

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Yes! Home dental care is one of the best ways to help keep your cat's teeth and gums healthy. Use a moistened, soft, pet toothbrush or child's toothbrush, finger toothbrush, gauze around a finger or a cotton swab. Be sure to use pet toothpaste - no human toothpaste, baking soda or salt.

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Did you know ... cats eat in cycles?

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Many cats eat in cycles, a trait passed down from wild ancestors that hunted for food. Don't mistake these peaks and valleys as signs that your cat dislikes its food. Switching pet food brands frequently in response to your cat's whims can reinforce bad eating habits and create finicky eaters.

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Things to think about when adopting a dog

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Is a dog the right pet for you? Here are some things to help you decide whether or not a dog is the right pet for you and, if so, what kind of dog to adopt.

Canines crave attention
A dog can be a great match for a bustling household. They crave stimulation and thrive on activity. Plus, with plenty of & Read more �

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The Steps to Adopt at PetSmart

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As a Pet Parent, you are responsible for your pet's health and well being. This lifetime commitment includes providing your new pet with proper healthcare, grooming, pet training and nutrition and socialization, as well as spending quality time with your pet.

By adopting a pet from PetSmart Charities Adoption Program, you are helping to reduce pet overpopulation and saving & Read more �

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