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Selecting a boarding kennel? | Questions Answered

Selecting a boarding kennel? | Questions Answered

Dog trainer Joan Fetty answers pet owners questions.



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PetSmart Charities “High-Five For My Pet Adoption”

PetSmart Charities “High-Five For My Pet Adoption”

 

Video Contest Raises Awareness – And Inspires Others – About Pet Adoption

 

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Pet owners should establish close relationship with their veterinarian

Pet owners should establish close relationship with their veterinarian

 



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Pets, pet owners strut their stuff at Woofstock

Pets, pet owners strut their stuff at Woofstock

 

There were more wagging tails at Macon Resources on Saturday than you could shake a stick at, and if you did shake one, somebody would want to play fetch.

Homeward Bound’s 7th annual Woofstock drew a large crowd of people and their dogs, with attractions ranging from the pet parade and human/dog look alike contest to vendors selling everything from treats to collars and bling for human and canine alike.

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Finding missing pets goes high tech

Finding missing pets goes high tech

Pets are considered part of the family these days, and when they are lost or missing, it can be devastating.

Recent statistics show the numbers are increasing by huge amounts, but owners are getting more and more help in the fight to find them.

When Crimson found a way through her electric fence and was gone for days, Andi Sims was beside herself.

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Summer sounds may stress your pet | Booms Bangs and loud noises

Summer sounds may stress your pet | Booms Bangs and loud noises

Fireworks can be a wonder to behold … for humans. Pets, however, may not be so enamored with the booms, crashes and bumps in the night.

Surprises and extraordinary events can put pets on edge.

Loud noises often spook pets. Everything from noisy trucks to thunderstorms to low-flying airplanes may scare a pet, possibly leading to unpredictable behavior. Summer can induce anxiety in pets, especially when people celebrate with fireworks and boisterous parties.

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Firth Veterinary Hospital Promotes Regular Pet Grooming to Keep Pets Healthy, Help Prevent Fleas

Firth Veterinary Hospital Promotes Regular Pet Grooming to Keep Pets Healthy, Help Prevent Fleas

 

Firth Veterinary Hospital in London, ON is raising awareness about the importance of regular pet grooming to help keep pets healthy and prevent fleas. According to veterinarian Dr. Peter Firth, grooming is an important part of routine pet care. The animal hospital offers grooming services that include nail trimming and ear cleaning. Pets also receive a bath, comb and detangling treatment, and physical inspection for the presence of fleas or flea dirt. In anticipation of warmer summer weather, the animal hospital is also cautioning pet owners against "over-trimming" their pets fur, and recommends that pet owners choose a professional groomer.

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New Jersey | Drivers must buckle up their pets, or face a fine

New Jersey | Drivers must buckle up their pets, or face a fine

Driving with pets loose is a violation of animal cruelty law in the state



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