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4 Key Focus Areas for Socializing Your Dog


Socializing your pet is challenging. You want your dog to behave well at the dog park, or manage interactions with other humans. The last thing you want is to feel concern about his or her behavior. Here are some ways to train your dog to be a “good boy” at home, so he or she will be well-behaved outside the house:

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Summer Dangers for Your Pets


OverheatingNever leave your pet unattended in a car, even with the windows down. Temperatures can rise over 140 degrees in a few minutes resulting in serious problems or death. Some places have severe penalties for leaving pets in cars and if your pet is locked in an unattended car, rescuers are allowed to break windows to get to your pet.

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Weed Killers and Pesticides: What Is and Isn’t Safe for Your Pet


With spring already here and summer fast approaching, people are beginning to clean up their yards in preparation for cookouts, play time with the kids, and good ole fun in the sun. Many yards need some TLC after a long, cold winter, especially if some weeds have sprung up. But before you go heavy on the weed killers and pesticides, make sure the products you’re using are safe for your pets!

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How to Approach an Aggressive Dog


Dogs are man’s best friend. One of the top household pets, canines come in many different shapes and sizes, from long and lanky to small and fluffy. Regardless of the breed, spotting a dog brings us intense joy, and often a need to pet, pat, or snuggle it.

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Veterinary Dentistry


February is pet dental health month. The care of your pet’s teeth and mouth can affect other areas of its health, including the loss of teeth, as well as heart, liver and kidney damage. A pet with dental problems may not want to eat, may have bad breath, may exhibit pain in the mouth area, may have excessive or abnormal drooling or bleeding and may have swelling on the face. Some pets may not exhibit any signs at all, yet have severe dental disease. Dental care is one of many reasons an annual exam is very important for your pet’s health.

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