Sand & surf safety for pets

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If you’re like us you’re trying to squeeze in as much outdoor time before the weather cools down. Here are a few tips to make your summer to fall transition a pleasant and safe trip: Even though summer is almost over keep in mind even for the rest of the year theses helpful hints: Watch […]

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End of summer tips for your pet

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The weather is changing, but we are still outside enjoying the last bit of Summer with our pets! Here are some tips to remember as summer comes to a close: Limit activity during the hottest part of the day Take advantage of the cooler parts of the day to spend time outdoors. Be mindful of […]

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Doggie paddle do’s and don’ts

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Although most dogs love swimming, they are not all experts at the doggie paddle! Swimming can be a great way for your dog to cool off, but constant supervision is required to keep them safe around water. Keep in mind your dog may not make you aware if they are worn-out so be sure to keep a close watch […]

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The dangers of leaving your pet in a parked car

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Leaving your dog in a parked car is never a good idea, however, during the summer it can be a life-threatening mistake! According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, the temperature inside your car can rise almost 20 degrees in only 10 minutes. On a beautiful 75 degree day, the inside of your car can […]

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Pet-friendly ways to prepare for an emergency

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Whether we like it or not, natural disasters can happen any time, anywhere. Summer can be a time for flooding, tornadoes, and wildfires.  It only takes a short time to create an emergency plan for yourself and your pets. Here are our top 5 pet-friendly tips to prepare for an emergency: Have your pets properly […]

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Total-Zymes® FAQ

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1. What are digestive enzymes? Enzymes are products that either begin or enhance the speed of chemical reactions. Present in the cells of plants and animals, they regulate biochemical reactions in both active and in active forms. They are specific with respect to their functions and do only that which they were designed to do. […]

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10 winter tips for pet lovers

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Get through the cold winter season with these 10 end-of-the-year tips from NWC Naturals® Pet Products: Berries from many favorite holiday plants such as holly, mistletoe and hemlock are toxic- don’t let your animals eat them. When feeding table scraps to your animal, avoid cooked bones and pieces of fat and rich gravy. To stimulate a […]

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Can my pet get lice?

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Lice aren’t just a human problem.  There’s a canine variety. Like fleas, these flat, gray, wingless parasites may be small, but they can make your dog miserable. There are two types of canine lice: (a) Chewing lice– Attach themselves to the base of the dogs hair. They like moist areas like ears, genitals, anus, and skin […]

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Fun facts about pets

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Pets in classrooms Thanks to the Pet Care Trust Board’s Pet in the Classroom Grant Program, more than 500,000 elementary and middle school students on a daily basis get to interact with animals in their classrooms. That deserves a shout out!! Petsintheclassroom.org good job. How much do Americans spend on pet food each year? In […]

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How to store cat food properly

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Propet food storage makes a difference for your cat! Read our tips below to ensure you are storing your cat’s food in a safe way: Canned cat food Unused portions of canned cat food should be refrigerated to maintain quality and prevent spoilage until the next feeding. To prevent possible digestion problems related to temperature […]

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