Tips to Prepare for Your Dog's Stay in a Dog Boarding Kennel

Posted on: 4 February 2019

When it's time to leave home for a business trip or family vacation, you may not always be able to take your dog with you. Taking your pet to a dog boarding kennel is an ideal option, especially when you don't have family or friends that can care for your pet while you're away. If this is the first time your dog has stayed in a kennel, be sure you speak with someone at the kennel to discuss the services they offer and what, if any, additional fees may be required for certain services, such as bathing.
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3 Tips For A First Time Puppy Owner

Posted on: 11 March 2016

There are few things as cute as seeing a puppy running around your floor- but becoming an owner of a puppy also comes with a lot of responsibility. Understanding what you need to do to successfully raise a puppy into a good dog will make the process of adding a puppy to your family much easier. If you plan to get a puppy in the near future, use the following tips:
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Understanding Your Cat's Dental Needs: What You Should Watch Out For

Posted on: 9 February 2016

When most people adopt or buy a cat, they do not think about all of the potential dental or other veterinary needs they may have. In fact, most cat owners assume that cats do not require dental care or assistance. The problem is that cats can have numerous dental health issues that require the care of a cat dentist. Get to know some of these dental health issues that your cat could suffer from so that you can be sure that you take the best possible care of your cat's oral health and keep them happy and healthy for as long as possible.
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2 Tips For Caring For A Frog

Posted on: 8 January 2016

Frogs are very interesting and popular pets, but they can be very difficult to care for since they require a lot of consideration and care that does not really apply to the more common pet types. Listed below are two tips that can help you care for your frog and keep it as healthy as possible. Watch Out For Bloating One of the biggest things to keep in mind while you are caring for a frog is that a bloated or swollen frog is a cause for alarm.
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