Getting Your Dog Ready For Summer

Posted on: 27 March 2015

The weather is turning nice and you're getting excited about doing more outdoor adventures with your dog. Your favorite canine would agree, but there are a few ways to prepare them to face the heat and higher activity levels after the winter lull. Here are some ways to get your dog ready for the summer so they'll be safer and happier on your outings: Schedule an Annual Checkup This is a good time to get your dog in for an exam.
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Veterinarians: 3 Invaluable Services They Can Provide

Posted on: 19 March 2015

While pet owners are aware of the emergency services that veterinarians provide, most probably aren't aware that regular visits to pet physician's office can often eliminate some of the more traumatic emergencies their pets can experience. At any rate, there are numerous reasons for scheduling routine visits to the veterinarian's office. This article outlines some of the services veterinarians offer and how they can benefit your pet. Dental Services You might have heard that a canine's saliva has certain disinfectant and regenerative properties.
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Five Tips To Help Your Dog Learn To Love Going To The Boarding Kennel

Posted on: 4 March 2015

If you've held off going out of town because you're afraid of how your new four-legged baby may react to being boarded, it's time to get you both used to some separation. Here are five tips for easing the transition to pet boarding, so your dog will love going to the kennel. Crate Train Crate training your dog gets it used to going into an enclosed space on command, which is necessary at most boarding facilities.
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Ensuring Your Pet's Safe And Healthy Stay In A Boarding Kennel

Posted on: 20 February 2015

Putting your pet up in a boarding facility can be a reliable way to make sure they are taken care of while you're away. However, there are steps you need to take in order to ensure that they get everything they need when you aren't there to provide it. As a result, you can feel more comfortable leaving your pet behind, knowing that you've done all you can to make their stay as pleasant as possible.
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