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Be Prepared this Summer: How to Prevent, Identify, and Treat Heatstroke in Dogs

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Be Prepared this Summer: How to Prevent, Identify, and Treat Heatstroke in Dogs

Summer is a season that most people want to get outside and spend lots of time in the sun. However - since the days are also longer and hotter than at any other time - it is also a season that puts Fido most at risk for Heatstroke and Hyperthermia. 

– Only One Treats Contributor, Carly Piatocha

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7 Simple Steps for a Successful Road Trip with Your Dog

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7 Simple Steps for a Successful Road Trip with Your Dog

Summer, with its long hot days, is a season that tends to bring out the adventurer in us. For dog owners going camping, sight-seeing, and memory-making, it’s important to make sure that Fido stays safe and has fun. To ensure your summer journeys with your special K9 are stress free, here are seven steps to getting your pooch ready to hit the road as your summer side kick.

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Loosen up! How to help your senior dog with stiff joints

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Loosen up! How to help your senior dog with stiff joints

As summer approaches, most dog owners start to envision long days spent strolling in the park and having picnics on the beach with their canine bestie – especially if they’ve already got a strong bond that has stood the test of time over many years. Owning a golden oldie is a wonderful experience. Once your dog reaches senior status, you know each other extremely well and often you will have a better relationship then when you were grappling with the chaos of puppyhood.

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June Is Adopt-A-Shelter-Cat Month

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June Is Adopt-A-Shelter-Cat Month

Adopting a pet in need is always a beautiful thing. Considering the extent of the cat over-population problem in Canada, adopting a cat instead of buying a kitten from a breeder has never been more important. To find the right cat for you and your family, there are some important things you should consider and questions you should ask the shelter staff to make sure you and your new addition will be a purrrrfect match for each other. Think about your own personality and quirks so you can find a cat that suits you Cats are just like people –...

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If disaster strikes, are you prepared? How to build a pet emergency kit - with printable checklists!

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If disaster strikes, are you prepared?  How to build a pet emergency kit - with printable checklists!
 Although many people have emergency preparedness kits for the humans of the household (click this link if you don’t yet), it is unfortunately all too common that the four-legged members get forgotten until an emergency happens.

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