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5 Products You Need to Keep Your Pup Healthy for the Holidays

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5 Products You Need to Keep Your Pup Healthy for the Holidays

The holidays are in full swing and you’ve probably already gotten gifts prepared for your family and friends, but what about your pup? While they may not understand the concept of Christmas, they’ll still love to get a gift or two. This is a great time to treat them to products that can keep them healthy and happy through the winter! But, with so many products on the market, it can be tough to know which treats and chews are the best for your furry friend. Luckily, we’re here to help—read on to learn which products your furry friend will...

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Why Your Dog is Eating Grass

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Why Your Dog is Eating Grass

When it comes to your dog’s health and happiness, giving them nutritious food and treats is vital. You may be spending decent money on healthy goodies for your dog, but yet they insist on eating grass. So why do dogs eat grass? While it may be a simple question, the answer is not so simple.  Pet experts believe that dogs eat grass as normal canine behavior (typically known as “pica”) and it is typically nothing to worry about. However, there are three main reasons why dogs eat grass: 1) Psychological needs, 2) Physical needs, and 3) Instinct.  When dogs eat...

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A Field Guide to Poisonous Plants

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A Field Guide to Poisonous Plants

Plants can offer a lot of benefits when placed indoors, including adding life to a room, cleaning the air, and regulating humidity. But, while they look great in your home, you may not know some popular house plant species pose a threat to your furry friends. Many people are unaware that the plants they have in their homes are actually toxic to their pets and children. While there are plenty of plants that are totally pet-friendly, there are some common houseplants that you should avoid or keep out of reach from your pets. Here are six house plants you should...

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5 Tips For Soothing Separation Anxiety

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5 Tips For Soothing Separation Anxiety

Do you struggle to leave your dog home alone without coming back to some sort of mess in the house? Barking, howling, chewing up furniture, and even trying to escape the house are all common occurrences for many pet parents when their dog is left alone. While your first instinct may be to take your dog to behavior classes, your furry friend may actually be acting out because they’re experiencing separation anxiety. After spending the past year cooped up indoors with your pup, they’re bound to experience separation anxiety now that you’re leaving the house again. Escape attempts and disruptive...

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Daily Exercise for Every Breed Type

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Daily Exercise for Every Breed Type

Just like we need exercise to stay healthy, so does your dog. However, not all dogs are created equal — not all dogs need to engage in the same type or amount of physical activity. There are many factors that help determine what your dog needs, like breed, age, size, body type, and overall health. At each stage of your dog’s life, your dog will have different requirements for energy, stimulation, and stamina. It is important to keep their limitations in mind. If you’re a new pet parent or are unsure of exercise requirements for your dog, we’re here to...

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