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Crate Training Your Dog

Crate Training Your Dog

Crate training your dog is one of the more important things you can do for their mental health, and ultimately yours. When done properly, your dog  shouldn’t be upset to hang out in their crate. Their crate becomes a den, with three sides of security and a mind that can rest.
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Pet Separation Anxiety During Back-to-School Season

Pet Separation Anxiety During Back-to-School Season

I still consider myself to be a new dog owner. Opal turned one in July, but we adopted her in October. When we got Opal, my kids were still in school. During the formative months, we successfully house and crate trained her. For the last few months of school, Opal did just fine in her crate while the kids were at school. 
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Making Your Backyard Summer Safe.

Making Your Backyard Summer Safe.

As summer heats up we need to re-evaluate what type of environment our dog needs in the heat. Many of us leave our pets outside during the day so here are some simple tips to making your backyard summer safe...
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Fourth of July Pet Safety

Fourth of July Pet Safety

The weeknights leading up to the Fourth of July are full of neighborhood firework displays. During these weeks, our local humane societies often get twice as many reports of lost and missing pets. Keeping this statistic in mind, here are some ways to keep your pet safe while providing anxiety relief.
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Get Ready to Hike & Camp With Your Dog!

Get Ready to Hike & Camp With Your Dog!

The Idaho wilderness is full of beautiful and remote locations to visit. From a short backpacking hike to a quick jaunt in the hills, there are hundreds of trailheads to enjoy. Having your best four-legged friend come along seems like no brainer. If you’re not prepared though, your hike can turn into headache.

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Hummingbird Scouts

Hummingbird Scouts

Hummingbird, scouts? I had always believed that the first hummingbirds that showed up in spring were scouts. These brave souls came early to find the best places to eat and raise a family. Then somehow let the other birds in the south know it is safe to head north? 
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Hummingbirds That Frequent the Treasure Valley

Hummingbirds That Frequent the Treasure Valley

Considering how fast these little miracles of nature move, they are hard to identify but here in the Treasure Valley, four have been documented. We have the Rufous, Anna’s hummingbird, the Broad-Tailed and the Calliope.
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Attracting More Hummingbirds

Attracting More Hummingbirds

Attracting more Hummingbirds to your yard begins early. When the males head north they look for the best places to feed. Food sources can be hard to come by, so putting Hummingbird feeders out early can help attract those early males to set up shop and stay for the season.
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Tips and Tricks For Raising Chicks

Tips and Tricks For Raising Chicks

Raising chickens for backyard animal companions as well as egg-producers can be a wonderful adventure when the needs of the chickens are properly met. The following list is a good place to start.

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Choosing the Right Flea and Tick Control for Your Pets

Choosing the Right Flea and Tick Control for Your Pets

There are several ways to prevent and treat ticks. They range in price and time commitment. Powders, sprays, and shampoos can be inexpensive but need to be done frequently while spot treatments and collars generally have a higher price tag but only need to be done monthly or seasonally.
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Muddy Yards and Muddy Paws

Muddy Yards and Muddy Paws

What is up with the mud this year?!? Mild winter weather has allowed us to get outdoors with our pets to frolic in the sunshine. But the warm days and cold nights, combined with precipitation have also created a perfect storm for nasty mud in our yard, and of course, the inevitable muddy paws that come back inside. So, what to do about this?
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Beneficial Bacteria For Dogs

Beneficial Bacteria For Dogs

Many dog owners’ associate bacteria with negative things, but only a portion of all bacteria are actually harmful. Most bacteria are harmless and some bacteria are important in maintaining proper digestive health for your dog. These good bacteria are commonly referred to as "beneficial bacteria". These beneficial bacteria help to maximize the nutritional intake and contribute to the overall health of your dog.
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