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The Zamzows Blog

Nobody knows like Zamzows! That's why we provide all the articles and resources you need to care for you lawn, garden, pets and more.

Spooky Animals That Make Great Pets!

Spooky Animals That Make Great Pets!

Snakes, rats, and spiders are among some of the most feared and disliked animals, and they are often featured this time of year as “spooky”, but once you get to know them, they actually all make fantastic pets!
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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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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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Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter Cactus

Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter Cactus

Whether it’s a treasured cutting from your grandma or one of your favorite pieces of holiday décor, a Christmas cactus (part of the genus Schlumbergera) is a popular houseplant known for its long life and habit of blooming mid-winter, just in time for Christmas! 
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Houseplant Pest: Treating Mealybugs

Houseplant Pest: Treating Mealybugs

This unforgiving pest is one of the worst. I know many a plant enthusiast who has come across mealybugs though and lived to tell the tale. The secret to beating this highly mobile, invasive pest is patience and diligence. 
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Fall Lawn Recovery

Fall Lawn Recovery

Summer is the most stressful time of year for our lawn. Our cool-season grasses do not appreciate multiple days above 100 degrees. The good news is that late summer and early fall are the optimal time for our lawns to recover and in this article I will outline the multi-step process.

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