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Dog Welfare: Helping Your Dog Cope with the Pandemic

Life after the pandemic has been hard for human beings, but slowly, people adjust and get used to the new norm. Dogs, too, have had a hard time adjusting to the pandemic life. Regardless of the dog’s age, dogs hardly meet with other dogs and are more dependent upon their owners. As highlighted by reputable

Practical Strategies to Prepare Your Dog for a Car Trip

Summer is a perfect time to spend more quality time with the family. There are many destinations that you can explore for some well-deserved relaxation. A change of scenery can also do wonders for your mental health. Accommodations and travel destinations are now becoming more pet-friendly. This is good news for those who want to

How You Can Become a Better Parent to Your Fur Baby

Your pet is not just a pet. Your pet is basically your offspring, born out of your heart. You do not want your pet to grow up with parent issues. That will cause you a headache. Seriously speaking, you can’t take home a pet if you’re not ready to commit to caring for it to

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Vacationing with Your Pets? Here’s How You Can Enjoy

Leaving your pets behind at home while going on a vacation is always not a good experience. So why not bring them along on your next road-trip or a short vacation? But, bringing a pet along on vacation isn’t an easy task. You need to pay attention to their needs, which requires extra planning and

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Dogs and Backyards: 4 Things You Need to Know to Guarantee Their Safety

Many people focus on taking precautions by letting their dogs free-roam inside the house unattended. They train them to stay away from certain furniture and keep the wires of electronics out of their reach. This same level of meticulousness, however, often don’t apply to one part of the house where dogs are likely to spend

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Puppy Parenting 101: What You Need to Know about Obedience and Discipline

Like many Americans during this coronavirus pandemic, you’ve chosen to adopt, buy, or foster a new puppy. We can understand why. Puppies are especially irresistible with their cute little faces, small feet, and lolling tongue. You were probably drawn in by their playfulness and playful nature as well. And that uplifting mood you got when


Dog Owner Regrets and How to Deal with Each One

Owning a dog can bring one happiness like no other. The unconditional love, everlasting companionship, and wonderful health benefits are what prompted many to adopt a dog or two. But like most good things, it will all depend on how you will tackle dog ownership and how you will deal with the challenges of owning a

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Your Home Could Be Making You Sick. Here’s How.

Many of us consider our homes to be our refuge. But what many fail to recognize is that maybe, your home is the very reason why you are often tired, stressed out, and sick. After all, unhealthy house syndrome is not just a myth. We already know that a clean house is a must, not

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5 Reasons to Spay or Neuter Your Cat

More and more cat owners are considering spaying or neutering their cats. This is the process of safely making your cats sterile. Technically, spaying is for females and neutering is for males, but both processes can be referred to as neutering. Neutering is a good option if you’re considering the health benefits of your pets.

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Outdoor Activities You Can Do After the Pandemic

Everyone is eagerly waiting for the Covid-19 vaccine to become available. Authorities believe there will be a semblance of normality by the end of 2021. By this time, people can probably resume their normal activities and get on with their lives. Here are some outdoor activities you can look forward to when the Covid-19 pandemic


10 Home Maintenance Tips for the Summer

Summer’s just around the corner. And since most of us weren’t able to do some serious spring cleaning because of the present pandemic, we can somehow extend our spring cleaning season to spill over to summer. Now that the states are reopening and the government is allowing more movement at this time, albeit under certain conditions

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