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Separation Anxiety

Separation Anxiety

Dealing with separation anxiety, I have been mulling over this topic for way too long now. As with most things these days, my thoughts are scattered all over the place. The pandemic is now in it's fifth month with no end in sight and we are strapped in for the ride....

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Emergency Preparedness

Emergency Preparedness

Developing an emergency plan. I guess the first thing I should say is, do this before there is one! As we have been stewing in our homes for the past month, I wonder how this could actually be happening. Throughout history, how many people have actually lived through...

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Why we walk our dogs

Why we walk our dogs

Why do we walk our dogs? Some might think that it doesn't require a reason and then again, there are probably many reasons. There are obvious ones like your dog needs to relieve its self. Perhaps they are a breed that is very high energy and needs to work off some of...

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Pet Health and Nutrition, Happy Holidays!

Pet Health and Nutrition, Happy Holidays!

Pet health and nutrition is always at the top of our list of concerns. As if the holidays aren't busy enough, Frankie's auto immune system decided to wreck havoc on his poor little body. It started when I noticed him chewing on a paw and noticed that he had an open...

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Getting a puppy!

Getting a puppy!

You have been thinking about getting a puppy for some time now. First, let me say that is a very important step! You have given it some thought. Being a pet care professional, I love it when we get to be part of a puppy family. But here's the thing, puppies take work!...

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Don’t eat that!

Don’t eat that!

This post is about something near and dear to all of us dog people. Think of how many times a day you say "leave it!." The standard command to let your dog know to leave whatever they are trying to put in their mouth. This includes food, clothing, leashes and all the...

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