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Fleas Be Gone!

Fleas Be Gone!

Did you know there are over 2000 species of fleas but the cat flea is most likely the one causing problems for your pet and in your home? They mainly cause allergy and dermatological problems for pets and pet parents. Pet behavior, such as scratching, can give early...

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The Five Second Rule – Know It!

The Five Second Rule – Know It!

As the weather heats up here in Florida, it’s time to think twice before taking your dog for a walk. A scorching hot pavement can be uncomfortable for your dog's paws or worse, it could burn them. Use the five-second rule to make sure it’s safe to walk your dog....

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Thoughts from Fenway…

Thoughts from Fenway…

WOW! It is such a nice day out. Just got home. My dog walker took me to the park today. I had so much fun making some new friends! I can’t wait to go back and play again. Maybe if I’m a good boy Mom will have her take me again tomorrow!! Oh boy I hope she does. I...

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Preparing Your Pets For Holiday Guests

Preparing Your Pets For Holiday Guests

The holidays can be stressful for our pets. Anytime your plans will disrupt their normal routine, with guests coming and going, it is important to set them up for success so everyone gets through the season seamlessly. Some animals are easygoing, but our fur babies...

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Is Your Dog Scared Of Thunder and Loud Noises?

Is Your Dog Scared Of Thunder and Loud Noises?

Some tips t help your dog cope with thunder, loud noises, fireworks.. Create a safe place: Create a safe for your dog to go to when they hear the noises that frighten them. This must be a safe location from their perspective, not yours. My dogs heads for the closet....

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Why I Don’t Recommend Retractable Leashes

Why I Don’t Recommend Retractable Leashes

A retractable leash is not so much a leash as it is a length of thin cord wound around a spring-loaded device housed inside a plastic handle. The handles of most retractable leashes are designed to fit comfortably in a human hand. A button on the handle controls how...

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Whiskers

Whiskers

Everyone knows that whiskers are one the of cutest features on cats, but did you know that they serve a very specific function in your cat’s well-being? Whiskers are unlike human hair or even the rest of your cat’s fur. They are especially thick and embedded deeply in...

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Do You Know The Symptoms of Diabetes in a Dog?

Do You Know The Symptoms of Diabetes in a Dog?

What Are the Symptoms of Diabetes in Dogs?  The following symptoms should be investigated as they could be indicators that your dog has diabetes:    Change in appetite Excessive thirst/increase in water consumption Weight loss Increased urination Unusually...

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