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Understanding Your Dog's Body Language

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Dogs communicate with us through a variety of ways-not just barking and tail wagging. Dogs are complex and use their body to talk all the time. Here’s what yours might be trying to tell you: 

 “I’m stressed out and unsure of what’s going on.”

When a dog is stressed, you may notice him quivering, whining or even crying. He will probably have & Read more �

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Keep your pet safe with these Halloween safety tips

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Involving your pet in your Halloween activities can be a lot of fun. However, there are several situations to be aware of like preventing your pet from eating chocolate and keeping him safe when trick-or-treaters coming calling. Provide a safe, yet spook-tacular Halloween for your pets with these safety tips:

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Staying Home for Halloween? Party Tips and Doorbell Issues

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Throwing a Halloween bash this year?  Is Fido invited?  Here are a few simple tips to make sure he stays safe and is enjoyed by all:

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Halloween Training Tricks

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Halloween is a great time for the whole family to spend together.  If you plan to let Fido participate in the trick or treating, teaching him a few basic commands will make your Halloween fun much easier.  These three basics: Sit (so he won’t jump on the kids), stay (so he won’t run out when you open the door), and & Read more �

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How to Choose the Right Gate for Your Pet

Whether your four-legged family member is a new puppy or a senior dog, every Pet Parent knows there are times when it’s simply not safe to give pets the run of the house or yard. And there are a variety of gates and exercise pens available to keep pets big and small safely contained. Here are tips to help you & Read more �

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