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The Importance of Training Your Pet

There will be many different things to think about when you first bring your pet home. However, something that you will need to make a priority will be getting her trained. Depending on the age of your pet, she may have had some degree of training previously. Nevertheless, you should never just assume that your new furbaby will know what she needs to do. Prior training may be helpful and may make it easier for her to adapt to your requirements and expectations. However, since your home is a new environment and you may have very different rules about where your pet can go and what they can do, training her in these is still absolutely essential.

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Wintertime Activities to do with your Pets

Although the temperatures are falling and the weather is getting worse, it doesn’t mean that you and your pet have to be bored. There are plenty of fun things to do with one another during the colder, darker months of the year. Here are some of our favorite wintertime activities to do with your pets.

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The Importance of Routine Veterinary Care to Your Pet

When you choose to become the parent of a wonderful new pet, you will obviously want to enjoy as many healthy, happy years as possible with your beloved creature. Fortunately, there are lots of different things that you can do to contribute towards your pet’s wellbeing both now and in the future. One of the most important is to ensure that she attends regular appointments for routine veterinary care. 

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Grooming Your Dog At Home

Grooming your dog is an essential part of keeping him feeling as well as looking good. Learn why grooming your dog is important and how you can do it at home properly!

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Importance of Pain Management in Pets

Pain is something that most of us will deal with on a regular basis. It is also something that is just as likely to affect our precious pets. Sometimes the cause of this pain is a short or sudden injury, and the discomfort abates very quickly. However, some problems cause ongoing, chronic pain that is so severe that it interrupts your ability to live a normal, active life. Your pet is no different, and if she suffers from regular periods of pain, you will undoubtedly want to do everything you can to manage her discomfort.

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