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Dog-lovers turning to the free online video call service to keep in touch with pets

Dog-lovers turning to the free online video call service to keep in touch with pets

It's a feeling dog owners know  all too well – the guilt brought  on by the hurt look in your pet’s eyes when you leave them at home alone.



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Dog’s skin condition may need a specialist

Dog’s skin condition may need a specialist

My dog keeps getting hot spots. Do dogs get MRSA?

Read more here: http://www.sacbee.com/2012/07/03/4606022/dogs-skin-condition-may-need-a.html#storylink=cpy



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Spokane Veterinarian Uses Facebook to Connect With Pet Owners

Spokane Veterinarian Uses Facebook to Connect With Pet Owners

A-1 Animal Care Veterinary Services veterinarian Dr. Charles Lohr has started a Facebook page for the clinic to stay connected with pet owners. They post about aspects of pet care, such as pet senior wellness, pet dental care, kitten and puppy wellness, as well as seasonal pet concerns. They also plan to use the Facebook page to keep visitors informed about events in the community that local pet owners may find useful, as well as to let pet owners know about specials and events at the clinic.

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Help your dog beat the heat this summer

Help your dog beat the heat this summer

Even the healthiest and youngest pets can suffer from heat stroke, dehydration and overexposure to the sun.

The ASPCA warns pet owners to take some simple precautions to help prevent your pet from overheating.

Especially if your pet is outdoors, make sure they have plenty of fresh, clean water. And be sure he is put in a shady place and out of the sun.  

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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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Pethealth Inc. | Releases Novel MiniChip RFID Pet Microchip

Pethealth Inc. | Releases Novel MiniChip RFID Pet Microchip

 



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More Than 14,000 Places to Stay and Play | Use AAA’s new Petbook

More Than 14,000 Places to Stay and Play | Use AAA’s new Petbook

Release of new AAA PetBook edition means thousands of updated listings and the start of the next AAA PetBook Photo Contest

Does your ideal vacation include your furry family members? For many Americans, Fido and Fluffy are essential participants in family outings. But they can pose some challenges when it comes to travel arrangements. Concerns range from locating pet-friendly establishments to finding reliable trip planning information and advice.

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Pet owners prepare for flea season

Pet owners prepare for flea season

 

It's the peak of flea season and veterinarians say this year could be one of the worst, and some of the prevention products you're using may not even be doing the trick.

"I'd say we probably are in for a pretty rough season for fleas and ticks," said veterinarian Dr. Laura Braun.

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