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Protect Your Pets From Harmful Effects of Fireworks

Fear of noise or noise anxiety is the most common phobia among dogs. It's normal for dogs to be afraid of loud noises because they trigger their nervous system and running away from the noise is a survival instinct. That is why more pets run away on July 4 than any other day of the year.

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The Heat Is On! - 12 Ways to Keep Your Dog Cool This Summer

Don't leave your dog or any other pet in a hot car this summer, not even for one minute. The Arizona sun and our high temperatures can have a major effect on your dog’s health. Canines easily overheat because the only way they release heat is by panting and through a limited number of sweat glands between their toes.

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Party Foods You Can and Should Not Feed Your Pets

As the writer of this blog, I admit I feed my pets, dogs, cats and tortoises human food way too often. My dogs eat steak, my cats eat cheese and they both eat Rotisserie Chicken. My two Sonoran Desert Tortoises eat strawberries and Romaine lettuce.

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Mystery Unraveled - A Dog Lover's Tale of How Pets and Pesticides/Herbicides Don't Mix!

I have had dogs and other pets my whole life. At the time of this writing I have three dogs, two Sonoran Desert Tortoises which live solely in my backyard and survive off the vegetation and three indoor/outdoor cats.

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Dog Owners Likely Live Longer Lives

If your dog hasn't given you enough reasons to love him as unconditionally as he loves you, here is another one. Pet owners might actually live longer lives! A new report from the American Heart Association suggests having a canine companion may help lower the risk of heart disease; in fact, studies linking pet ownership to better physical and mental health have been popping up for decades.

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Are You Brushing Your Pet's Teeth? You Should Be!

Chances are you brush your teeth everyday right? So why should it be different with your dog or cat? Truth is, it shouldn't. Few pet owners revel in the thought of brushing their dog or cat's teeth, but awareness of the importance of doing so and overall pet dental health is growing quickly.

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How to Plan an Awesome Road Trip With Your Dog

It’s never easy to say goodbye to our pets when it’s time to travel. If you can’t bear to leave your four-legged friend behind on your next road trip, here are a handful of tips to help prepare you and your buddy for your upcoming adventure.

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10 Best Puppy and Dog Training Tips from Experts

You just brought your new puppy or dog home. Congratulations! A puppy is for life, so you are going to be together for a very long time. That means you need to set rules and boundaries and the sooner the better to ensure you remain best friends forever.

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9 Big Dog Myths

There are common legends or “old wives’ tales” that we hear over and over, but the truth is they are false. Read on to learn more about the myths, so next time it comes up in a conversation, you can set the record straight!

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A Better and More Joyful Way to Walk Your Dog

One of the greatest joys of owning a dog is spending time walking together. The delight an owner experiences...

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Adorable Ways Your Dog Says "I Love You"

Pets don’t talk back, they never judge and they somehow know when we are happy and when we’re not.

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What Your Dog Hears When You Speak

Dog owners communicate with their pets in many ways, especially during the training of a puppy or younger dog.

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