Is Organic Dog Food The Best Choice For Your Pooch?

Posted on: 6 April 2016

Just like humans, dogs need to eat food that is rich in nutrients to keep them healthy. In recent years, pet owners have become more conscious about the ingredients that are found in traditional name brand foods. Some of these ingredients can include ground up bone, corn meal, and even chemicals that can be bad for your furry friend when eaten over the long term. Organic dog food is sweeping the pet food market, but is it really better for your best friend?
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Learning To Take The Lead With Your New Dog

Posted on: 14 October 2015

If you're a novice dog owner, there are likely a number of things you don't know about training your new pet. Thankfully, there are professionals who can help, but it pays to understand some essential concepts before you take your first foray into dog training. Having the right mindset while training your dog can make all the difference, turning a frustrating day into a learning experience for both owner and animal.
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6 Signs You Should Take Your Cat To The Vet

Posted on: 23 September 2015

If you have a furry feline in your life, this is sure to be a great addition to your home. Cats are lovable and compassionate creatures that can provide you with a lot of joy. However, there are instances when your pet may get sick and need some professional care. Knowing some signs that indicate your cat needs to visit your local vet may prove helpful in this situation.  
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How To Keep Your Pet Safe Around Flowers And Plants

Posted on: 19 September 2015

Flowers add beauty to your home and garden, but for curious cats, they can often lead to illness. Your furry friend probably likes to try to eat any plants or flowers he can get his paws on, and that might mean extra trips to the veterinarian to keep him healthy. Here are a few things you can do to keep your pet safe around flowers. Know Which Flowers and Plants to Avoid
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