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    Illnesses You Can Get from Dogs & How to Prevent Them

    As responsible dog owners, we do everything possible to keep our pets safe. But did you know that keeping your dog safe from some illnesses and parasites can keep you and your family safe as well? There are a few diseases that can be passed from dogs to their owners, so it’s a good idea to learn about them to protect your dog and yourself.

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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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    5 Fun Ways to Celebrate Easter & Springtime with Your Pup!

    If Easter is one of your favorite holidays, you can make it even more special sharing some of that spring fun with your dog. Here are five ways to enjoy Easter with your pooch.

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    When Is It Time to Switch from Puppy Food to Adult Dog Food?

    If you’re caring for a puppy, she’s going to require the right food to grow properly and healthily. But, while you may be meeting her nutritional needs with puppy formula, it is important to know when it’s time to make the change to adult dog food. Find out why puppy food is important, and learn why switching to adult food is equally important when a dog reaches maturity.

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