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Picking the Perfect Pet for You

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Thinking about adopting a pet? Congratulations - not only will you be making a great new addition to your family, but you will be giving a homeless pet a forever home. Before you visit the shelters, here are a few things to consider when choosing a pet:

Are you a morning person -- or willing to become one?

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New Pet Know How: Dog Crate Training

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In addition to proper health and hygiene, the social development of your dog is critical to its well-being as a productive member of your family. Like schooling for children, pet training provides dogs with discipline, boundaries and knowledge of what is expected of him/her. PetSmart's Accredited Pet Trainers can help you and your dog - using positive reinforcement and & Read more �

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Keep Your Dog Entertained with Toys, Treats

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Animals in zoos have a variety of activities to keep them occupied and interested throughout the day and night. Pets need this kind of stimulation too, especially dogs. Unfortunately, many dogs spend their days in home environments that can be lonely and lack stimulation.

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Pet security: what should I do if my pet becomes lost?

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Whether it is lost or stolen, losing a pet is an agonizing experience.

Even the most responsible pet owners can face unexpected circumstances that cause their animals to accidentally stray. This is especially true during summer when windows and doors tend to be open.

The following are solutions if you've lost your pet and common types of identification that can mean the difference & Read more �

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Pet Security: Your Pet Needs a Tag!

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Whether it is lost or stolen, losing a pet is an agonizing experience. According to the National Council on Pet Population Study and Policy, only about 2 percent of cats and 15 percent of dogs that enter U.S. animal shelters as strays every year are reunited with their owners.

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Are You Ready to Adopt?

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Adopting a new pet is about so much more than whether you’re a dog or cat person. Do you want an adult dog or cat, or would you prefer a puppy or kitten? The commitment is quite different.

Along with lots of fun and excitement, your new family addition brings change. Read below for a few things to consider before entering & Read more �

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Homecoming Preparations for Your New Dog

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Introducing family members
Introducing your new dog to other family members requires some planning, especially if the family includes children or other pets. And, if they don't already know, all household members should be shown how to handle a dog safely.

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Proper Nutrition for Your New Dog

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Your new family member deserves optimal nutrition
Just like humans, dogs have different nutritional needs at different stages of their lives. And just as you would provide good nutrition for someone you love, you will also want to do everything you can to ensure that your dog has a complete, balanced, and tasty menu that provides him with optimal nutrition. & Read more �

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New pet know how: your new dog's health

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Spay & nueter - a one-time surgery; a lifetime benefit
The right thing to do for your dog is to spay her (if female) or neuter him (if male). Because they're no longer distracted by the mating cycle, dogs of both sexes tend to make better pets when they are spayed or neutered; this enables them to develop a closer bond & Read more �

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Calm Your Dog's Thunderstorm Phobia

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Dogs seem to know the storm is coming before the first flash of lightning and first clap of thunder. Some begin to look for a place to hide. Some start to shake uncontrollably and drool. Some even commit acts of serious destruction in an attempt to escape. They are in the fierce grip of thunderstorm phobia.

What is thunderstorm phobia?

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