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10 Fall Safety Tips For Dog Owners

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10 Fall Safety Tips For Dog Owners

Fall is a beautiful season to get outside and enjoy the nature. The vibrant colors and cooler temperature create a perfect time to go on long walks or hikes with your dog, explore a new neighborhood. Whether you have a new puppy or a multi-dog household, keep these fall safety tips in mind the next time you and your furry friend head outside.

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The Safest Sunscreen for Dogs

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The Safest Sunscreen for Dogs

You wouldn’t head out for a day of fun in the sun without slathering yourself and the kids in sunscreen, but what about our four-legged, furry friends? In addition to providing our dogs with UPF50 clothing, proper shade, and hydration on sunny days, sunscreen should be part of your warm-weather care routine. Can Dogs Get Sunburned? Yes, just like us, our doges can get burned from sun exposure.  Millie Rosales DVM, DACVD, of Miami Veterinary Dermatology, says that a sunburned dog can suffer from red, inflamed skin that becomes irritated and painful. Sunburns on dogs can also lead to hair...

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Spring Plants That Are Dangerous for Pets

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Spring Plants That Are Dangerous for Pets

 and as the saying goes, we should all stop and smell the roses. But it’s important to keep in mind that some plants and fertilizers can be toxic to your pet in the springtime.

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Thanksgiving Safety Tips for Dogs

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Thanksgiving Safety Tips for Dogs

Thanksgiving is a time for friends, family, and holiday feasts! But for our furry family members, can pose possible distress and many threats to their safety. 1)     Keep thanksgiving dinner on the table Let’s face it, we love our pups and want to share our tasty meals with them. But unfortunately, many human foods are dangerous for dogs, especially carved turkey, whose bones can cause internal damage if digested. Cooked bones can cause damage to a dog’s throat and intestinal tract, requiring surgery. Keep the turkey well out of the way on the back of the counter or in the center...

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