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Dog Heat Stroke Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment

August 16, 2019 | Categories: Blogs

Guest Post by: Dr. Lori Hehn from Canyon Animal Hospital The heat of the summer is upon us! Heatstroke cases are on the rise and can be very dangerous to your pets. Let’s review the dangers of heatstroke. What is Heat Stroke? Heatstroke is the state of hyperthermia that leads to damage of the internal organs and death in some severe cases. It is most common in dogs that are overweight. The normal temperature of […]

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Dog Breeds That Don’t Shed A Lot

August 15, 2019 | Categories: Blogs

Understanding Single and Double Coat Are you looking for dogs that don’t shed? Newsflash: all dogs shed! So, if you’re looking for a dog that doesn’t shed, you’ll be looking for a very long time. There is no dog breed, purebred or mixed, that will not shed its hair. However, in this blog, we’ll present you with what dogs don’t shed a lot. Included In This Article:   Single-Coat vs. Double-Coat Dogs Single-Coat vs. Double-Coat […]

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Do Not Leave Dogs In Hot Cars: Keeping Cool this Summer

August 1, 2019 | Categories: Blogs

The heat is on! We want you and your pets to be safe and happy this summer. Your dog should never be left in hot cars this time of year; in fact, they should never be in the car at all when the temperature outside is higher than 70 degrees. With our current temperatures a car can become a death chamber for your pet within minutes, so if you see a pet left in a […]

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Pet Insurance Explained: The Importance of Insuring Your Pet

June 25, 2019 | Categories: Blogs

Guest post by: Consumers Advocate When you bring a pet into your home, there are many decisions to make. You want to make sure that your pets have the proper food, a nice place to sleep and plenty of toys. In order to keep our pets in the best possible health, we make sure they get their daily exercise and take them every year for their annual vet check-ups. But, what happens if your dog, […]

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Keeping Dogs Happy When They’re Home Alone

May 1, 2019 | Categories: Blogs

A guest blog by Karoline G. Dogs are very social animals and have a pack mentality, which is why they love to have company and can struggle when left home alone. However, it’s inevitable that at some point your dog will be home alone, even if only for short periods of time. Part of being a responsible pet owner is teaching your dog that it’s okay to be alone and that you will always come […]

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Volunteering at Animal Shelters: Benefits and Expectations

April 5, 2019 | Categories: Blogs

Do you love working with animals? Do you want to volunteer to shelter animals find their forever homes? You might consider volunteering at an animal shelter! There are many benefits to volunteering. But you also need to prepare yourself for the work ahead. Benefits of Volunteering at Animal Shelters There are many benefits to volunteer work. You not only improve the lives of animals but your own life as well. Some may not be as […]

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End of Life Signs: Caring for Your Senior Dog

February 8, 2019 | Categories: Blogs

Do you know the end of life signs in dogs? One of the saddest parts of being a pet parent is knowing that your furry family member has a limited number of years with you. That’s what makes caring for a senior dog so special. They are so deserving of your compassionate care. But providing the care your dog needs during the final years of his/her life may not always be so simple. Sometimes you […]

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Puppy Development Stages: How Puppies Grow

December 20, 2018 | Categories: Blogs

Puppy Development Stages We all know puppies are cute and cuddly with their tiny paws and puppy breath: it’s enough to make anyone go “Awwwww!” Even though they stay adorable forever, they do not remain puppies forever. Eventually, your tiny ball of fur will become a full-grown dog. Dog adulthood isn’t an easy thing to define. Each breed has its own rate of growth, as does each individual dog. Your puppy will reach adulthood once […]

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