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    What Natural Disasters Mean for Our Pets

    When natural disasters strike, they often leave chaos in their wake. As scary as this can be for us, imagine how much worse it is for our dogs, who don’t have an understanding of what is happening. Find out how you can prepare your pets for natural disasters before they occur and learn how to meet their needs in trying scenarios.

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    How to Make Your Backyard More Dog Friendly

    Your backyard may be immaculate, but is it dog friendly? Find out how you can create a safe, enjoyable outdoor environment for your dog.

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    How to Calm Your Dog in Stressful Situations

    Dogs experience stress just like the rest of us, and if that stress is left unaddressed, it can negatively impact their mood and behavior. Discover the different symptoms of stress in dogs, as well as the steps you can take manage that stress and calm your dog.

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    How Dental Health is Key to a Long Life for Your Pet

    While you may brush your teeth every day, you may not be giving the same attention to your dog’s choppers. Tooth decay can lead to a variety of dangerous diseases, and the pain that it can cause for your dog is completely unnecessary and avoidable. Learn how consistent dental care can keep your canine safe and help him live a longer life.

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    Gross: Beards Contain More Harmful Bacteria than Dog Fur

    If you’ve been looking for a good reason to get your significant other to shave his beard, your search is finally over. A recent study has shown that your dog’s fur likely contains less harmful bacteria than the average man’s facial hair.

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