5 Ways to be an Eco-Friendly Pet Parent

how to be an eco friendly pet owner

The environment needs our help and one of the ways you can help is by being an eco-friendly pet parent. You might already recycle or use natural cleansers, but you can continue the green trend in how you care for your pets. It’s easy, makes your pets healthier, and may even save you money. 1. […]

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Summer Dog Fun: 5 Activities For You and Your Dog

Summer Fun With Your Dog

Summer’s the perfect time to head out with your best furry friend. With so many options, it’s hard to choose what to do. Make sure you don’t miss out on these five must-do summer dog and human adventures to create a season filled with memories for you and your dog. Create A Frozen Treat Frozen […]

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Spring Shedding Driving Your Dog Crazy?

5 ways to control shedding

Unless you have a hairless breed, shedding is just another part of owning a pet. That doesn’t mean you have to deal with excessive shedding all over your home. There are a few things you can do to take control over the shedding and keep more of the hair on your pet instead of your […]

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Top Puppy Names

More than 1.26 million puppies were born in 2012, but what were the year’s top pet names. We took a look and found a few interesting trends that have continued on from last year and a couple of new trends as well. Pop Culture has always played a big role in pet names and this […]

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What is Tellington Touch (TTouch)?

Tellington Touch is a technique created by Linda Tellington-Jones.  It has shown to help improve behavior, enhance performance and health, and teach a dog to learn willingly.  The idea behind TTouch is that it helps you connect with your pet even deeper and who wouldn’t want to do that. Here’s a video of how TTouch […]

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Tips for Flying with Pets

6 Tips for Flying with Pets It’s always fun to visit family and friends or take a vacation, but it can be difficult to take your pets aboard the plane.  Especially, if you don’t prepare for it. So for those of you getting ready to take a little trip on an airplane, here are five […]

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How to help your pet learn their name

Teaching a pet to respond to his name is no small feat.  Most importantly before teaching him to respond to his name you have to pick a good one. Recently a friend welcomed home a shelter cat with one leg missing. They were considering dozens of names but decided to go with the name Nemo, […]

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Splashing Around

Bath time is something that can be a little messy if your pet is splashing around a lot, remember how much of a role bathing plays in your pet staying healthy and clean.  Even though it can be messy it can be fun to, especially when you get to see how gorgeous they look when […]

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Oops, Missed A Spot

We spend so much time caring and nurturing our pets. It’s almost always at the top of our to-do list.  We spend hours brushing and bathing to make sure that they are clean and happy.  We spend all this time because we love and cherish our pets and they mean the world to us.  Sometimes […]

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How having a dog can actually protect you from sneezing fits!

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We already know that pets calm and soothe us, helping to reduce stress levels, lower our blood pressure, and also keep us in good shape (as long as we d0n’t keep couch-potatoes). As if passionate pet owners need additional convincing that dogs are good for our health, new research has found even more evidence that dogs contribute to better physical health, in the form of protection from asthma and other kinds of respiratory viruses.

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