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Pets & Animals / dog health

Things I’ve Learned While Camping with My Dog.

Things I’ve Learned While Camping with My Dog.

As the year has gone on and we have been able to venture out, I feel so lucky that we found Opal and brought her into our family. I look forward to every adventure with her and I know she does as well. She knows what’s up as I begin pulling out my gear and loading up the truck. Once it’s time to go, she can’t get into the truck fast enough.
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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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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.
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Alternative Protein Dog Foods

Alternative Protein Dog Foods

Unlike you and I, dogs can’t tell us why they aren’t feeling well. If you’re seeing excessive scratching, irritated skin, poor coat quality, hot spots or bald patches, chronic ear infections, vomiting or diarrhea, you’re likely observing the symptoms of a food allergy. 
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Senior Dog Wellness and Care

Senior Dog Wellness and Care

Ensuring proper pet nutrition is very important, even more so in older dogs. As dogs get older their digestive system becomes less efficient. So feeding a high quality easily digestible formula becomes crucial.

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Preparing Your Pets for Warmer Weather

Preparing Your Pets for Warmer Weather

With spring comes revitalization and the promise of resuming all of your favorite outdoor activities. However, spring can quickly come and pass, leaving us with the heat of summer before we realize. Being prepared for seasonal changes is part of being a responsible pet owner. 
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What is Parvo?

What is Parvo?

Parvo is a highly contagious virus that can only be diagnosed by a vet. There are two common strains of parvo. One that infects the heart and one that infects the intestine. The strain of parvo that is most common is the CPV2 which infects the intestine.
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