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With Winter comes snow games and new safety challenges for your pets. Read our tips for Winter safety!
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Turkey, mashed potatoes, and stuffing - oh my! It may seem innocent to want your dog to join in your delicious holiday fun, but is table food safe? Here are a food guidelines to keep your pooch safe this holiday season.
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Self-isolating with your dog? Going stir-crazy courtesy of the coronavirus? We've got tips to help you both stay sane and happy!
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How will Kyla the dog handle the arrival of Cami the (human) baby? Read on to find out!
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Need to give your cat medicine, but worried you'll get a little bloody? Read on for our tips to avoid scratches!
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What's better than dressing up your pet on Halloween? Dressing up with your pet on Halloween! The holiday is a great time to be funny, honor a favorite character and involve the whole family. Check out these ideas for inspiration.
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We all love to dress up for Halloween.  This crazy year should be no different. We gathered up some adorable costumes you can make for your fur baby. Then you can post your pics on your social media channel.
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Dogs stare at you when they're going to the bathroom, when you're in bed, and while you're eating. So, what gives? Read on for an explanation of this quirky animal behavior.
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Leaving your furry pal with a pet sitter for the first time can be scary! So we compiled a list of things you can do and questions you can ask before hiring a pet sitter to make sure they're the perfect fit.
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Where do senior dogs go when they're unwanted, sick, or have no family? In Texas, many of them wind up with Adrienne Scott Wyse, who specializes in rescuing small senior dogs. Learn more about Adrienne and her journey to rescue senior dogs in their final days.
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You're going out of town and need a pet sitter, but where do you start? Read Scollar's guide to pet sitters, including the key topics you must discuss before you leave your pet in someone else's care.