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Flying With Your Pet

Airlines have loosened their rules and regulations for passengers who travel with pets. Now they're accepted in the cabin as long as they can fit underneath the seat in front of the passenger or on your lap. Therapy animals are also allowed on flights even if they don't fit into the designated space. And in the…
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Why Do Dogs Eat Grass?

There's nothing quite like the smell of fresh-cut grass to stimulate the senses. It's refreshing, pleasant walk on with bare feet, and makes the world feel alive. Your dog may not feel the same way about grass as you do, but you've probably noticed she has no problem making a snack out of the lawn.…
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Celebrate National Pet Month

Pets give us unconditional love and affection and make our lives better in so many ways. They play with us, snuggle with us, entertain us, rest by our feet and make us feel better physically and emotionally. And now the month of May has been dedicated to raising awareness of the love and care for these wonderful…
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Pet Grooming 101

April showers bring May flowers and pets shedding winter coats. The air seemingly fills with hair as pets shed their winter coat and their otherwise clean fur becomes quickly matted from playing outside in dirt and debris. It happens to all animals regardless of whether they're indoor cats or dogs that love nothing more than…
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Welcoming Your New Adopted Pet

Adopting a new dog or cat is a wonderful and fulfilling experience! But if you're not prepared to welcome your newest family member, you could be in for a few challenges down the road. To ensure a smooth start to your relationship, here are five steps you should follow to welcome your newly adopted pet…
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Heartworm Awareness for Dogs

Heartworm is a parasite commonly found in dogs and can be fatal if not prevented or treated. Larvae are transmitted to a dog via a mosquito bite and eventually find their way into the heart and respiratory system. Once the larvae have reached the heart, they begin to grow and do their damage. Heartworm parasites have a slow…
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Spring Safety Tips for Your Pets

With spring comes the opportunity to spend more time outdoors with our pets, bring in new items of the food and plant varietals, and do some cleaning. What you may not realize is that these activities and actions can be detrimental to your pets if you’re not careful. Sometimes spring-related activities can cause a trip…
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Keep Your Indoor Cat Happy and Healthy

Cats get the most out of their nine lives when they live indoors and away from the dangers of the outside world. And it's a well-known fact that they sleep anywhere from 12 to 16 hours in any given day. But that doesn't mean your feline friend doesn't need a lot of stimulation to keep…
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March is Poison Prevention Month

March is National Poison Prevention month, focusing on awareness of harmful toxins and poisons for both pets and their owners. We want to help keep your pets safe, so we’ve posted a list of both indoor and outdoor toxins that are dangerous for your pet on our website. You may not think certain types of…
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Tips for Protecting Your Dog’s Paws from Cold and Snow

The dry, cold air during winter months in central Oregon can be brutal on a dog’s coat and paws, causing itchy, flaking skin and chapped, cracking pads. Their paws can take a beating in the bitter cold, especially from walking on salt or other ice-melting chemicals on sidewalks which can cause soreness or other health…
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