How to Keep Your Dog Safe, Healthy, and Clean All Summer Long

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Anyone who owns a pet knows just how tough it can be to keep up with each and every one of their needs as they arise. Of course, there are certain factors that can make this task that much more difficult as time marches on. One such challenge comes about when the weather warms up […]


Four Things To Remember When Preparing Your House For A Dog

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Did you know that around 78 million dogs are kept as pets in the United States? Getting a dog is exciting, but also overwhelming. Adjusting to owning a dog, as well as helping your dog adjust to your family, can be time-consuming and even a little frustrating. It’s no wonder that a lot of people […]


What You Should Know About Best Caring For Your Pet

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Here in the United States, having a pet of any kind is hugely popular. As a matter of fact, it has even been found that the majority of all families and households have at least one kind of pet, if not more than just the one. For many people, the ideal family pet is the […]


Leg Braces and Wraps for Horses

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Many animals have been domesticated around the world, either as livestock or as work animals. Gray wolves were famously domesticated and became dogs, and horses have been essential beasts of burden for millennia, not to mention oxen. Today, many of the jobs these animals performed are obsolete or automated, but horses and dogs still have […]


Splints and Leg Wraps for Dogs and Horses

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A number of animal species have long since proven themselves vital for performing labor, and this is why many species have been domesticated (and their domestication long predates the written word). Horses are a good example of this, being useful beasts of burden for drawing carriages and carts, serving as war mounts, and much more. […]


When Was the Last Time You Had to Take Your Dog to the Vet?

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The latest update from the vet indicates that your family’s best friend Duke is going back to surgery. Your sweet Duke is at the vet’s after he woke up feeling yucky this morning and whining. After noticing he was struggling to potty, you took him in. The vet determined that Duke ate something he should […]


Taking Excellent Care of Your First Pet

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Whether you live in a pet friendly apartment or you own your home, it’s important to make sure you understand the kind of maintenance that needs to take place as you prepare to adopt your first pet. And there are plenty of pet owners who may need guidance; every year, an estimated 3.2 million shelter […]


The Benefits of Emotional Support Animals for Anxiety

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Anxiety can be a nearly impossible mental illness to deal with on your own. It can immobilize you and stop you from doing the things you love. Whether you have social anxiety disorder or generalized anxiety disorder, it can negatively impact your life in a long list of ways. There are plenty of medications, natural […]