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Understanding and Preventing Dog Bites: National Dog Bite Prevention Week

National Dog Bite Prevention Week, which happens in April each year, serves as an essential reminder of the often-overlooked aspect of pet ownership and interaction with dogs: the risk of Read More

Timing Is Everything When Training Your Dog

When dogs are left to their own devices, they tend to do a lot of very normal dog behaviors, barking, digging, jumping and maybe even pottying in the house! It’s Read More

Canine Parvovirus

Canine parvovirus is a highly contagious virus that can affect all unvaccinated dogs, but puppies younger than 4 months are most at risk. Dogs infected with the parvovirus are said Read More

How You Can Help Your Pet Lose Weight

A complete overview of weight loss and weight management tips for all pet owners Read More

Keeping Your Dog Safe During Rattlesnake Season

If you live in Southern California you know that as the weather heats up, the rattlesnakes come out. Spring and summer are known as “rattlesnake season” with most rattlesnake bites Read More

10 Ways To End Your Dogs Boredom

Looking to distract yourself and your dog? Training goes a long way toward stimulating and exercising dogs that are stuck inside. Keeping your dog in shape is an important part Read More

Why Is A Pet Dental Necessary?

If you’ve ever been to a vet practice, you may have heard “Your pet’s teeth need cleaning” or “You need to brush your pet’s teeth”. Do you follow your vet’s Read More

3 Do's & Dont's: Thanksgiving Pet Safety Tips

Thanksgiving food may be scrumptious, but those tempting turkey legs and delicious dessert trays can lead to a number of pet safety hazards. Keeping them safe amongst the excitement is Read More

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