Regular Grooming Can Help Fight Pet Depression

Posted on: 8 July 2015
Dogs and cats can experience depression just like their human owners do. Periods of depression for pets can be brought on by illness, traumatic events, the loss of a loved one and many other circumstances your pet may experience in their lifetime. Unfortunately, our pets cannot tell us when and why they are depressed but it is easy enough to sense when they are feeling down. Luckily, for pet owners, you can easily help remedy mild depression symptoms in your dog or cat with the help of a little extra TLC.
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Boarding Kennels: More Than Just An Overnight Stay

Posted on: 30 June 2015
If you own a pet, you may have found yourself in need of a boarding facility while you traveled out of town. However, did you know that many of your neighborhood boarding facilities offer services that can keep your pet healthy, safe, and happy even if you have no travel plans? Your local boarding kennel may offer your pet opportunities to play, exercise, socialize, and even beat the heat of the impending summer months.
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Did Your Dog Create A Cloud Of Couch Stuffing? Train It To Stop Tearing Things Up

Posted on: 19 June 2015
A new dog adds fun and liveliness to any home. However, sometimes dogs can also create a mess or ruin your belongings. If your dog has a bad habit of chewing or ripping your possessions, you likely want to stop this behavior immediately, before you have to buy a new couch! This guide gives you some steps to train your dog to stop tearing things up. Gain Some Understanding of Why They Chew
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Tips To Make Boarding Your Dog A Pleasurable Experience For You And Your Dog

Posted on: 5 June 2015
If you are going out of town on vacation and cannot bring your family's dog with you, then you will be happy to know that there are some simple things you can do to ensure that both you and your dog are comfortable with the boarding kennel you choose. Here are some tips to help your kennel experience be a positive one for everyone involved: Tip #1: Tour Potential Boarding Kennels With Your Dog
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