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Help Be Kind To Animals Week Last All Year

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Although most Pet Parents adore their pets and understand about their feelings and needs, many people have had no opportunity to learn that kind of compassion.  One way to help animals is to teach kindness and encourage responsible pet care.

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Which Non-Sporting Dog is Right for You?

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When the American Kennel Club began designating dogs into different groups it was evident that a category was needed for the breeds that were arguably difficult to place in any of the other groups. These dogs were placed in the Non-Sporting Group. This group & Read more �

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Getting Your Dog to Chase a Flying Disk

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Chasing a flying disk is a great way to keep your dog in shape and a fun way for the two of you to bond, but encouraging your dog to actually chase the disk can be a challenge. The following tips can help get you and your dog started.

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Keys To Feeding Your Pet A Balanced Diet

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How do you make sure your Pet's diet is healthy? Banfield, The Pet Hospital® strongly recommends that you:

- Feed premium Pet foods. Premium foods, like those produced by Royal Canin, are usually sold only at Pet stores like PetSmart. These foods offer high-quality ingredients, are made by companies known for nutrition research, and show a solid track record of quality & Read more �

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Did you know... it's normal for dogs and cats to eat grass?

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It's normal for dogs and cats to eat grass. In fact, dogs in the wild eat grass to supplement their diet with vegetation. You don't have to discourage your pet from nibbling on grass unless the ground has been treated with herbicides, insecticides or fertilizers, or unless eating grass causes vomiting.

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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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New pet parent responsibilities

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As a Pet Parent, you are responsible for your pet's health and well being. Before adopting a new pet, take into consideration some of the responsibilities of a Pet Parent:

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Adoption Process FAQs

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Here are some common questions new Pet Parents may ask about adopting or PetSmart Adoption Programs. If you don’t find an answer to your question below please call your local store for specific adoption process information.

Frequently asked questions about the adoption process

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Fast Facts On Dog and Cat Adoption: Why Adopt?

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  • Did you know that an estimated 4 million adoptable dogs and cats are euthanized each year primarily due to pet overpopulation? Did you know that 25-30% of dogs for adoption in animal shelters are purebred? The other 70-75% are of course, lovable, wonderful, mixed-breed pets just waiting for a chance to be your new friend.
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