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Now Check My Dog Has a Systemic Infection

Please note that this is only our experience. It’s anecdotal, not veterinary. I am a writer, not a veterinarian, veterinary technician, nurse, doctor, nutritionist or anything practical. Don’t take this as medical advice, mk? As an Amazon partner, I earn eligible purchases. This site uses affiliate links, which means that I can earn a small […]

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Somehow Check Photo of Dog in Webb We Have

Hello, Friends! Have you seen the images from the Webb Space Telescope? I followed on Twitter in Astronomy (who knew that was a thing!?!), first when the first images were published, and now discussing what has been discovered. In matter you’re not as interested as I am and haven’t seen them yet, NASA has made […]

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Tips to Give a Dog a Pill If Your Dog Not Taking

If you are looking for tips on how to give a dog a pill, you probably have a Ninja pill for a puppy. Otherwise, you just lift your dog’s lip, open his jaw, throw the pill and move on, right? Here is how the technical demonstrations of the veterinarians show how to give a pill […]

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New Easy Tips for Eco Friendly Dog Training

It’s just in: dogs are not wired for human life! All right. It’s not “just in.”We should know, but it seems to surprise a lot of well-meaning people. The dogs just don’t come to us and know that we don’t want them to eat out of the trash (but it smells so good!) or run […]

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Some Ways Recognize These Signs of Stress in Your Dog

Do you like a puppy with chronic Stress who gets upset often or a cool guy who only stresses when it’s really justified? Everyone experiences stress. Stress helped keep our human ancestors alive and the wolf ancestors of our dogs. In fact, stress is simply part of life. For each of us and for each […]

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Check Dog Books to Add to Your TBR This Fall

It’s that time of year again! It’s time to curl up in front of a crackling fire. Pour yourself a cup of hot tea (or a glass of plonk). Pull a dog or a cat on your lap. And immerse yourself in a good book. Ahhh, I love autumn reading! When I think about seasonal […]

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Check Out Some Degenerative Myelopathy in Dogs

I have to be honest: writing about canine degenerative myelopathy (DM) is not at the top of my “fun writing” list. He doesn’t even appear on this List. I wish I didn’t have to write this post, but here we are. And this is important. Why DM? On the one hand, this is a frightening […]

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Check New Haven of Hope for Desperate Cats

Who determines the value of a life in a Desperate Situation? Unfortunately, when it comes to cats and dogs, many are at the mercy of the overcrowded, underfunded and exhausted shelter system. The shelters are doing their best; I believe that this is absolutely true. Unfortunately, there are not many options for high-demand animals – […]

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Some Ideas of Pet Safety Tips for Kids

Hello, Friends! If this is your first time landing here, we probably haven’t met yet. And knowing who I am is important in the context of this post. (BTW, I’d also love to get to know you if you’d like to introduce yourself and your family in the comments!) I’m Maggie, mother of Violet, 5; […]

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Some New Tips to Care for Your Senior Cat

Newt, my sweet black cat with sparkling green eyes, will be 11 years old this year. As time passes… According to the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP), cats reach adulthood at 7 years old, become seniors at 11 years old and become geriatric from 15 years old. As Newt prepares to transition from midlife […]

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Check Out Some New About Hiking with Senior Dogs

One of the fundamental values of our family is to go out. Long walks in a quiet forest. Playing on a field. Stomping in a stream. Explore and train. Breathe in fresh air. And our dogs have always been an integral part of this outdoor experience. Now, just before Cooper’s thirteenth birthday, we are making […]

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Some New Tips to Make My Dog Happy

Our dogs are more than “pets”.”They are family. They bring joy, comfort and unconditional love into our lives every day. Whether they wag their tails, lick their faces or snuggle on the couch next to us, their affection is pure and comforting. Of course, they have little (Right?) Control over your life. We decide when, […]

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The Latest Guide to Spring Cleaning for Pet Parents

The daffodils are blooming, the birds are chirping and the sun is shining (or would it be if it weren’t for all those April showers)! All these signs suggest one thing: It’s spring cleaning season! Spring cleaning for pet parents requires a special thoroughness that people without pets probably cannot even imagine. But first: what […]

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Famous Tips to Be a Responsible Dog Owner

Yesterday we decided to take the girls to a nearby park that has recently reopened after major renovations. It is a wonderful place next to the river. The trails cross the wooded sections with walks spanning the most marshy places. A covered area includes picnic tables and benches, a few barbecues and a small free […]

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What Is You and What Is Your Dog Feel About Each Other

This post is meandering, y ‘all. Feel free to come back another day if you don’t want to worry about Google, AI, dog training and blogging. 🙂 If you are not someone who works online, you may have missed this great news from Google: Google will use AI to change the way search engine results […]