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Microchips Or ID Tags? What You Need To Know About Finding Lost Pets

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How much do you worry about your pet running away or getting lost? The statistics on lost pets may surprise you. According to the American Humane Association, more than 10 million pets will be either lost or stolen every year. One in every three pets will get lost sometime during their life. That means there’s a good chance that your pet could get lost at some point. Luckily, there are several things that you can do to improve your chances of having your pet returned to you safely, including microchipping and customized ID tags.…

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Three Safety Tips To Avoid A Runaway Puppy

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Bringing home a new puppy means many changes around your home, but some of the most important ones are necessary to keep the young dog safe. Most puppies are naturally curious, which can lead to a lost dog if you aren’t careful. The following tips can help you prevent this scary situation. Tip #1: Check for “dig-out” spots Walk the perimeter of your back fence to make sure your pup can dig beneath it if you allow the animal outside unsupervised.…

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3 Products for Your Dog During Hunting Season

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There is almost nothing as beautiful as watching a well-trained waterfowl dog work their magic. A hunting dog is a hunter’s best friend in more ways than one. During waterfowl season, these dogs do the dirty work. The conditions of these hunts can sometimes get to be drastic at best. It is a good bet that you are wearing your very best gear, and it is only fitting that your companion should be geared up for the conditions as well.…

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Great Gifts for Cool Canines This Christmas

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Soon, shoppers will start thinking about what to give to their special loved ones for the holidays, including their four-legged family members. If you’re looking for gift ideas for your dog, you have a lot of options from sensible and practical gifts to fun and trendy purchases. Some great gift ideas for your four-legged companion are: Carriers that spark conversation. There are many cute carriers options on the market that make taking your small dog with you simple and comfortable.…

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Are The Kids Begging For A Pet? Here Are Five Good Reasons To Consider Adopting A Snake

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Puppies and kittens probably have a distinct advantage over reptiles when it comes to being cuddly and cute, but not everybody is up for demands of one of these pets. Plus, some people run into serious problems with allergies to pet dander that can make having a dog or a cat impossible. However, if the kids are clamoring for a pet and you don’t think a goldfish will do, you might consider adopting a little snake.…

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2 Reasons To Consider A Dog Harness

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One of the most important tools at your disposal when you have a dog is a harness, mostly because it can both protect your dog and help you train him or her. Listed below are two reasons to consider a dog harness. Safer For You And Your Dog The single biggest reason to utilize a dog harness is to make walking your dog much safer for everyone involved. For example, a dog harness can help remove the pressure from your dog’s neck if he or she is prone to pulling or lunging forward, which is very important because smaller dogs can easily injure themselves since they are more fragile than larger dogs.…

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Here Comes The Scratching: Two Homemade Flea Killing Recipes To Protect Your Pet From Future Infestation

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Once your small pup starts scratching incessantly, you know something is up. Fleas are like the lice for pets and you want to get rid of it safely and effectively. Wanting to avoid chemicals is only natural when you want to protect your pets, so turning to alternative methods is the best route to take. There are several remedies you can make right at home that will remove the fleas and protect your furry friend from future infestation.…

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There Is Something Fishy About Your Cat's Allergy Symptoms: Why Her Seafood Pate Could Be The Culprit

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From kitty cartoon drawings to catnip filled toys in the pet supply shop, it is evident that fish are as naturally paired with cats as mice when it comes to the domesticated feline’s prey of choice. If you browse the menu of gourmet cat foods, you will find that tuna, salmon, sardines, mackerel, shrimp, crab and other delectable gems of the sea are popular ingredients in canned food, dry kibble and tasty treats.…

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4 Important Things To Know About Using Waste Bags For Your Dog's Poop

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Many dog owners know that they should probably be picking up their dog’s poop whenever it happens because it’s the polite thing to do, especially if the dog poops in a neighbor’s yard. However, not many dog owners realize how much more important picking dog poop up is besides just being polite. Here are four important things to know about using waste bags to pick up your dog’s poop: Better for the Environment: There are some dog owners out there who think it’s probably not so bad that dog poop isn’t picked up because it just becomes fertilizer anyway.…

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Fun And Feasible Fish For Your Beginner's Aquarium

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Aquariums are an excellent option for people that want to bring a bit of life and visual interest to their home, and these also make a great way to foster responsibility in young pet-owners and kids. Talk with aquarium experts and retailers to find the best tanks, pumps, and fish to create your own distinct aquarium, and to promote peace, serenity, and calm in the home. Consider the following options before going out to buy your fish:…

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