3 Dog Supplements To Improve Your Dog's Health

Posted on: 25 July 2016

Responsible pet owners are always looking for ways to make sure that their dogs are as healthy and as happy as possible for as long as possible. This often leads to dog owners looking for the best products to boost their dog's health, such as nutritional supplements that can be used to help with everything from allergies to arthritis. Listed below are three types of dog supplements to consider in order to improve your dog's health.
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Seeking A Reptile For Your Child's Next Pet? What Are Your Best Options?

Posted on: 19 July 2016

If your child has recently expressed interest in adding a reptile to your family's pet collection, you may be nervous about the different health and habitat needs of a cold-blooded creature. Fortunately, there are several hardy reptiles whose needs are simple enough for a child to handle while still providing interaction and companionship. Read on to learn more about the most kid-friendly reptiles whose habitats and eating habits won't break your household budget.
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Four Ways To Keep Your Dog Safe And Healthy On Vacation This Summer

Posted on: 15 July 2016

If your dog is a part of the family, they might even travel with you on family vacations. While this can be fun for everyone, making sure your dog is safe and healthy along the way is important as well. Here are four things you can do to make trips with the family dog fun and safe for everyone. 1. Get a Clean Bill of Health Before you take your dog on the road, bring them to the veterinarian first to ensure that they are ready for the road and don't have any underlying conditions.
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What To Do When You Find A Lost Or Abandoned Animal

Posted on: 13 July 2016

Many people have come across a lost or abandoned animal at some point in their lives. You may be confused when it happens to you. Should you simply call animal control or try to catch the animal yourself? The answer, of course, depends on the circumstances. Before you act, evaluate the situation clearly and calmly. On the Road  The most dangerous situation occurs when the lost animal is on or near the highway.
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