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Sunshine, flowers, and …Lyme disease?

Sunshine, flowers, and …Lyme disease?

Spring and summer are right around the corner and if your dog is anything like all of us, they are itching to stretch their legs and run outside for some exercise and adventure! Before you let your dog roam around in tall grass or wooded areas, it’s important to protect them from Lyme disease and to know the signs and symptoms your pet might have been infected.

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Tips for Boarding an Anxious Pup

Tips for Boarding an Anxious Pup

Spring break is right around the corner! Though taking a trip out of town can be an exciting change of pace for us humans, the change in routine is tough on our dogs – and it can be extra-hard for anxious or reactive dogs who thrive on consistency. Why do dogs develop separation anxiety? Unfortunately, there is no conclusive evidence…

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Common Spring Household Items Poisonous to Pets

Common Spring Household Items Poisonous to Pets

We love pets for their curious and playful nature, but their desire to discover the world through sniffs and licks can lead to some dangerous situations. Celebrate National Animal Poison Prevention Week (March 20-26) by making sure your home is as safe and pet-friendly of an environment as possible. Educate yourself on what items in your house are poisonous to…

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The Perfect New Year’s Resolution

The Perfect New Year’s Resolution

It’s officially 2022 and if you’re like us, you’ve put together some New Year’s resolutions. While cultivating your resolutions for the year, be sure to include daily walks with your dog on the list!  As you’re busy working (whether in the office or at home) your dog is looking forward to any chance to be with you, and establishing a…

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