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Why Feed a Premium Pet Food?

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As the saying goes, you are what you eat and the same applies to your pet. Good nutrition is essential in keeping your pet healthy. The proper diet can help him maintain a healthy weight, keep his coat lustrous and help keep his & Read more �

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Poop Bags to the Rescue

Cleaning up after your dog is more than a matter of being a responsible Pet Parent. It also means being a good citizen of the earth. By simply carrying and using poop bags to clean up after your dogs during walks (or even in your own backyard) you can help keep pollution down and protect soil and aquatic life.

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Home Security Tips for Your Family and Pets

Pets are an important part of the family. Losing them or seeing them seriously injured would be devastating, especially if you can do something to prevent it. Help make your home safer and more secure for your family and your pets with the following home security tips:

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Different Types of Ticks

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Tips to Keep Your Cat Fit

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Just like their human counterparts, cats these days are facing somewhat of an obesity epidemic. As cats have been moved indoors for their own safety and health, they have naturally gotten less exercise. Without prey to hunt and chase, it can be difficult for an indoor-only cat to maintain a healthy weight. However, there are some ways that you can & Read more �

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Tips to Keep Your Pet's Teeth Healthy

Bad breath, according to the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), is among the first signs of dental disease in Pets. To help prevent, improve and maintain the health of your pets’ teeth and gums, Dr. Nancy Zimmerman, director of medical support at Banfield, offers the following tips: 

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Feeding Tips and Foods to Avoid For Your Pet

It’s important to take into consideration your individual Pet’s lifestyle, exercise habits, breed, food sensitivities and your feeding routine when determining the proper diet for your furry friend. What is best for your Pet may not be ideal for another Pet, even if their breeds and lifestyles are very similar. When your Pet becomes a part of your family, let & Read more �

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Feeding Cheaper Pet Food Can Cost You

In light of difficult economic times, many Pet Parents are looking for ways to trim their budgets. While it may be tempting to switch to lower-cost pet foods, feeding your pet a quality diet is essential to ensuring that he/she receives the proper nutrition and can actually save you money in the long-run.

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Preventive Care - Fleas, Ticks, Heartworm

Preventive care is an important step in helping your Pet avoid common spring problems, like fleas, ticks and heartworm disease. Such pests aren’t just a nuisance for you and your Pet, but can lead to other serious medical problems. Your Banfield veterinarians offer these tips to prep your Pet for spring:
 
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Pet and Parent Bonding: Training, Toys, and Treats For Your Cat

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