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Pets Hot Weather Quick Tips for Keeping Safe

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Pets Hot Weather Quick Tips for Keeping Safe

1. Never leave your pets in a parked vehicle.Not even for a short time. Not even with the car is running and the AC on. On a warm day, temperatures inside a parked vehicle can rise rapidly to dangerous levels. On an 83-degree day, for example, the temperature inside a car with the windows opened slightly can reach 100 degrees within 10 minutes. Don't leave animals ignored in a parked car. On an 83-degree day, temperatures inside a parked car can reach 120 degrees in 30 minutes.2. Try to bring pets inside, if possible. Please don't leave them in sheds...

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Dog Low Maintenance for Working From Home

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Dog Low Maintenance for Working From Home

If you are looking for work from the home family dog, one thing to consider is how much work the dog chooses to maintain.Busy households with not a lot of time may want to consider one of these breeds that do not need some of the "frills and pampering" (or multiple vet visits!) other kinds require. For An Active Dog, A Siberian Husky The AKC lists Siberian huskies as one of the most active breeds. They're a rare breed for inspiring you to get out of the house; if you're concerned, you might spend too much time on your tv...

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Dog Swimming In The Pool

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Dog Swimming In The Pool

With a seemingly endless stream of dogs-in-a-pool videos online, it could be natural to assume that it’s all fun for all dogs to take a plunge. However, there are pros and cons, along with health and safety concerns to consider before unleashing your pup into your pool water. The Benefits of Swimming For Your Dog: Just like for people, swimming for dogs is a great, low-impact total body workout. Swimming is natural to exercise on your pet’s joints and limbs, which is terrific for both young pups and aging dogs alike. Swimming pools can be a fun place to play...

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Pet Friendly Vacation Planning & Activities

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Pet Friendly Vacation Planning & Activities

Need help deciding where to stay, play, or eat with your dog? Get the scoop on our favorite pet-friendly hotels, restaurants, and activities around the world below!You will need first to decide what kind of vacation you want to take. Much of this will be determined by what type of pet you are bringing…dog or cat. It is easier to go where there are the most activities and amenities you and your pet can do together. If you are planning to take a dog, you have many more options. Why? Well-mannered dogs usually make for the perfect travel companion. They...

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Dog Clothes & Dog Fashion History

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Dog Clothes & Dog Fashion History

There is a common misconception that dog clothing and accessorizing your canine companion is a current trend. The assumption is that dog clothing all started in the early '00s, and with the vast commercial push around this time, it's easy to see where that thought came.What if we told you a woman and man's best friend has been keeping up with current fashion since as early as the Egyptian pre-dynastic period? For as long as humans have lived with dogs, we have shared our food, shelter, and fashion sense with them. What were your dog's ancestors wearing? The simplest accessory,...

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Pet Supplies Plus Checklist for New Adopters and Pet Owners

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Pet Supplies Plus Checklist for New Adopters and Pet Owners

The most informative guide on what supplies all pet owners should have in these new times of life we are living. We researched for you and found these essentials for having a pet and help to raise. Checklist for New Adopters and Pet Owners Congratulations on your new pet! You are embarking on a beautiful and rewarding relationship. Because a new love comes with a lot of change for both pet and pet parent, we’ve compiled a checklist to help make the transition as smooth as possible—our list of pet supplies plus questions to know the answers. Questions for all...

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Dog Park Etiquette After Quarantine

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Dog Park Etiquette After Quarantine

An afternoon at the park is like a dozen walks on a leash. In terms of mental and physical benefits for your pet, there is little that can compare. They get a chance to run free and get off the leash. Your dog gets to play with other dogs.It keeps their weight down, their muscle toned up. It keeps your dog social. So what are you waiting for let's get going?We highly recommend an ID or name tag with your pet's contact information engraved on it. Include the dog's name, phone, and address at a minimum. Some ID tags allow...

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