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Mar
16
2013

Summer danger preparation: What to do if your pet is bit by a snake

Unfortunately, it doesn’t only get hot in the summer here in the Southwest, life can also be more dangerous for you and your pet. A major and sometimes lethal danger in the Southwest is your dog being bitten by …

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Feb
09
2013

Sit, Stay…Please listen to me!

Everyone wants a well behaved dog. As a matter of fact, one of the top reasons people relinquish their dogs to shelters is behavioral issues. Here are a few tips to ensure a harmonious relationship between your dog and your …

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Jan
26
2013

Saying goodbye – from your pet’s perspective

I found this poetically written passage online and cannot figure out who to credit this to, the author appears to be unknown. This is one of the most eloquently written passages I have ever read regarding what a four-legged …

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Jan
07
2013

My pet ate whaaat! The three most commonly dangerous toxins pets swallow

This week I’m going to talk about 3 common “toxicosis” in pets. By the way, “toxicosis” is a fancy word for poisonous things!
-Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (e.g., aspirin,acetaminophen, ibuprofen) are all toxic to dogs and especially cats. …

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Jan
03
2013

At Home Euthanasia for Pet Owners Means Their Pet Can Experience a “Good Death”

Pet owners often ask me how they can know it is the right time to “put to sleep” or euthanize their beloved pet. I am asked this question regularly because one of the needs I serve in our community is …

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Jan
01
2013

So you are thinking about getting a new pet…

So, you are thinking about getting a new pet. You may wonder where do I get my new pet? What type of new pet would work best for my lifestyle? I’m here to give you some tips!
First of all …

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