• Why It Is Important To Keep Your Pet Secure In The Car

    Why Is It Important to Keep Your Pet Secure in the Car?

    Do you love traveling with your dog? If so, you may think allowing them to sit on your lap or freely roam the car is fine. Unfortunately, if your pet is not restrained properly in your vehicle, they are a danger to you, themselves, and anyone else in the vehicle with you. In this post, we’ll explore the importance of keeping your pet safe and secure in the car and outline how this can best be achieved.

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  • How Can Pets Help With Childhood Development

    How Can Pets Help with Childhood Development?

    Did you know that having a pet can help with childhood development? Pets provide kids with companionship and love and teach them how to care for another living being. They can also help them learn about responsibility, compassion, and empathy. If you’re on the fence about whether or not getting a pet is the right decision for your child, here are some benefits to consider.

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  • 5 Reasons Why Colleges Should Have On Site Companion Animals

    5 Reasons Why Colleges Should Have On-site Companion Animals

    Companion animals are a significant source of mental and emotional support. In college, this is something many students need in abundance. There are logistical issues with onsite companion animals, to be sure, but there is also data that supports the benefits of letting students have access to companion animals. This article explores some of those benefits!

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  • Fleas Or Ticks What Causes More Damage To A New Pet (1)

    Fleas or Ticks: What Causes More Damage to a New Pet?

    If you’re a new pet owner, the list of potential risks and hazards for your dog or cat can seem never-ending. Topping that list are the two most common external parasites found on household pets: fleas and ticks.

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  • Summer Travel With Your Dog

    Summer Travel With Your Dog- The Ultimate Guide

    Summer is a great time for long walks with your dog, and it doesn't have to be an outdoor adventure. There are many places to take your dog on a picnic or hike. If the weather is nice, bring snacks and a ball to play with. You can also set up an obstacle course for your dog to keep him active and busy. You can also go to your local farmer's market and let your dog explore the produce and buy some tasty treats for him.

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