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A dog is on vacation, drinking a fruity cocktail on the beach. He's wearing sunglasses during the summer.

Fun Summer Things to Do With Your Pets

Summer is just around the corner, and with it comes the chance to make a fresh batch of new memories with your family – human and animal alike. Most pets enjoy the summer months just as much as we do, with the longer days and warmer temperatures making many more…
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A woman uses her laptop on her bed with her brown and white Jack Russell that has been treated to protect against mosquitos and heartworm.

Take the Bite Out of Mosquitos and Heartworms

If you’ve ventured outside of your home during mosquito season in Indiana, you know those pests are everywhere, just waiting to bite you. Mosquito bites cause more than discomfort. The tiny pests can spread diseases and parasites to both humans and animals. For dogs and cats, the biggest fear is…
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A brown dog and an orange cat are cuddling.

Top Poison Items for Pets: Prevention Awareness Month

Most people know how to childproof their homes to ensure their kids are safe; however, few pet owners know about pet-proofing. Many non-edible and edible substances exist in and around your home. You should know about them to help you make your home a safe place for your animal friend.…
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A black and white French Bulldog holds a blue tooth brush in its mouth for pet dental care.

Do’s and Don’ts of At-Home Dental Care for Your Pets

Dental care is just as important for animals as it is for humans and proper pet dental care begins at home. As their owner, it is your responsibility to help keep your pet’s teeth in the best possible condition and this will directly support not only their dental health but…
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A young boy is being licked on the nose by a brown and white small dog, a Jack Russell.

When Your Dog Suffers, It Affects The Whole Family

Having a persistent itch can be incredibly frustrating for us as humans, and our dogs are no different. Whilst it is completely normal for dogs to scratch from time to time, there are conditions that can cause your furbaby to become unbearably itchy all the time. If your pet experiences one of…
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A cat lays on its back and smiles in its owners lap. Its owner is celebrating national cat month.

Top Ways to Celebrate National Cat Month

National Cat Month is an excellent time of year to snuggle up with your favorite feline and celebrate all the goodness they bring to their life. While this time of year is certainly a fantastic opportunity to give your furry friend a little more loving, it’s also a great time…
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A dog sits in front of a christmas tree. He has big ears and is wearing a bow for the holidays.

Holiday Safety Tips for Pets

The holidays are a wonderful time of year to spend with your family and friends. However, while you’re enjoying the festivities, don’t forget about your four-legged friend. The holidays can pose several safety risks for your pet, but with a little bit of planning and proactivity, you can be sure…
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A French Bulldog is well-groomed often and is being held by his owner.

How Often Should I Get My Dog Groomed?

Grooming often isn’t one of the things at the forefront of your mind when you first become responsible for a dog. Nevertheless, it is still a vitally important part of your adorable animal’s care and not, as many people believe, just a way to make her look attractive. Here is…
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A brown and white Jack Russell has his ears examined for ear mites.

Symptoms, Causes and Treatments for Ear Mites

When it comes to being a pet parent, dealing with parasites and pests is par for the course. Some pet owners may never experience an issue with parasites, while others deal with yearly bouts of one thing or another. Ear mites are a common example of a parasite that can…
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A corgi puppy holds a green and white toothbrush in his mouth for pet dental care.

How Often Should Your Pet Get Dental Care?

Most people would never consider going ten years or more before having a dental check-up. When it comes to your pets, that’s the equivalent of about 16 months if you consider that every human year is the rough equivalent to seven dog years. When it comes to how often your…
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