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Happy Trails-Hiking with Your Dog

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Summer is perfect for hiking and outdoor activities with our pets; however, it’s important to understand the potential dangers prior to taking that well deserved outing. 

 

Summer is perfect for hiking and outdoor activities with our pets; however, it’s important to understand the potential dangers prior to taking that well deserved outing. 

 

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Exercise Tips for a Healthy Dog

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Just as with humans, the amount of exercise a dog needs depends on several factors such as age, personality, physical ability/build, and energy level.

Just as with humans, the amount of exercise a dog needs depends on several factors such as age, personality, physical ability/build, and energy level.

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Preventing Canine Bloat

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Canine bloat (gastric torsion):

A serious and sometimes fatal intestinal condition that may occur when dogs eat or drink too much too quickly. Symptoms include:

  • abdominal distension
  • excessive salivation
  • dry heaving
  • restlessness
  • increased heart rate

To prevent bloat, slow down your dog's eating and make sure he remains inactive immediately afterwards.

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Cleaning Your Pet's Bed

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Pets offer devoted and loving companionship and bring joy to the home. However, they also bring messes and dirt. A pet's bedding tends to receive the worst damage. Keeping it clean doesn't have to be a monumental chore. For a happy pet and a tidy home, follow these simple steps once a month, or as needed, to clean your pet's & Read more �

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Hot in the City? Protect your Pet's Feet!

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Dog’s feet and pads are tough, right? Most people are aware that foot pads can be injured by stepping on something sharp, but we may not always think about the risk of severe heat. Extremely hot pavement, sand, metal and tar-coated asphalt is hard to avoid in the heat of the summers and can seriously injure your pet.
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Train a Disabled Pet? Yes, You Can!

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 There are many organizations to train dogs to help disabled people, but it can be hard to find information on training people to help disabled dogs.  The most common disability that seems to cause trouble in training is when the dog is deaf.  Just because a dog is missing one of his five senses doesn’t mean he’ll be hard to & Read more �

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Keeping the Garden Safe for Your Pets

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A leafy green yard is a retreat from everyday stresses for people, but could present a minefield of health problems for rambunctious pets -- if you're not careful.

A leafy green yard is a retreat from everyday stresses for people, but could present a minefield of health problems for rambunctious pets -- if you're not careful.

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Keep Your Dog Safe Around the Pool, Lake and Ocean

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Many dogs love the water, but not all dogs are naturally designed for water activities. Whether she's a swimmer or a watcher, your dog wants to be with her family at poolside or at the lake or beach. These water safety tips can keep your dog safe this summer:

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Teach Your Dog to ''Salute''

Teaching your dog to “salute” is a fun and cute trick to show off, especially during patriotic holidays and events.

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Cool Summer Training Tips

Depending on what part of the country you live in, summer can just be too hot to train your dog outside. So for those days when even an early trip to the park isn’t in the cards, it's best to train and play inside. It takes some creativity, but you don’t have to let your training take a backseat to the & Read more �

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