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  • Holiday Safety 2021
    December 8, 2021 Mitch Wilder

    Holiday Safety 2021

    There is no question the holidays are fun for us and our dogs especially when family or guests are over. But things can take a quick turn for the worst if your dog laps up some alcohol or accidentally consumes...

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  • Ridiculously Expensive & Unique Dog Gifts
    October 26, 2021 Mitch Wilder

    Ridiculously Expensive & Unique Dog Gifts

    Doghouses ranging from $5,000-$50,000+ La Petite Maison translation is, “Small House” and this company has been making beautiful children’s and dog backyard playhouses for many years. You can customize your dogs playhouse to look like a smaller version of your...

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  • Dog Bite Prevention & Treatment
    September 10, 2021 Mitch Wilder

    Dog Bite Prevention & Treatment

      Dog Bite FAQ  What do I do if a stray/aggressive dog approaches me? Don’t try to run. Stand still. You cannot outrun a dog and running can elicit a prey drive. Stand sideways, hold your arms close to your sides...

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  • Is your Dogs barking driving you Crazy?
    August 19, 2021 Mitch Wilder

    Is your Dogs barking driving you Crazy?

    A dogs barking is no different than us speaking. Dogs rely on barking to communicate play or excitement, loneliness (Including Separation anxiety), nervousness, boredom, anger and even to alert the pack of danger. Problem is when we are trying to...

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  • 4th of July dog safety tips
    July 2, 2021 Mitch Wilder

    4th of July & Hot Weather Safety Tips

    Top 4th of July Safety Tips 1.When barbequing make sure your guests are not feeding your dog table scraps. Multiple guests feeding your pleading pooch fatty foods can lead to pancreatitis. Supervise your pets so they do not jump on...

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  • How pets make us Feel Better and Live Longer
    May 24, 2021 Mitch Wilder

    How pets make us Feel Better and Live Longer

    Can Pets reduce the need for Prilosec or Prozac? It’s a given that pets are amazing and amusing. They provide unconditional love, companionship, make us chuckle and, they are living being that we can take care of.  But are there...

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  • 3 unusual things dogs do
    April 24, 2021 Mitch Wilder

    3 unusual things dogs do

    Why do dogs sniff each others Butts? When we meet someone for the first time, we might ask them questions, analyze their tone, or observe their body language to get to know them better. When a dog meets another dog,...

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  • This Parrot can Bark & Meow
    April 9, 2021 Mitch Wilder

    This Parrot can Bark & Meow

     WE ADORE THIS VIDEO                            Want dog Treats? Spin the Slot to win 15% to 20% OFF Site-wide. If you cannot see the Slot Machine, Click on the...

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  • Dog Theft during the Pandemic
    April 8, 2021 Mitch Wilder

    Dog Theft during the Pandemic

    Pandemic Pups- Dog theft!   With millions unemployed due to COVID-19 and people desperate for money, violent robberies have become commonplace and brazen thieves will even attack dog parents while walking their dog to attempt a snatch-and-grab.   According to the...

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  • Can dogs get coronavirus?
    March 26, 2021 Mitch Wilder

    Can dogs get Coronavirus?

    The answer is Yes. There are 3 types of Coronavirus that can affect dogs. 1.Enteric Canine Coronavirus (CCov) is a highly infectious intestinal condition but the good news is that there are routine vaccines that are administered to prevent it....

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  • Summer Safety for Dog's
    July 15, 2020 Mitch Wilder Collaborator

    Summer Safety for Dog's

      Some of us cannot get enough of the summer sun and others dread the thought of walking to the car and sweating profusely. The sun has many health benefits including; Improving our mood by increasing serotonin, providing Vitamin D...

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  • Dog Choking
    July 1, 2020 Mitch Wilder Collaborator

    Dog Choking Can be Dangerous

     If we start to choke there are multiple ways to dislodge an obstruction including, sitting up, reaching into our own throat, coughing forcefully, consuming some water, signaling a family member or someone else by pointing at our throat. If all...

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