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HELPING YOUR DOG SURVIVE DURING A QUARANTINE

HELPING YOUR DOG SURVIVE DURING A QUARANTINE

HOME BOUND? As the world around you changes and COVID-19 pandemic spreads across our nation, many communities are faced with quarantine – and this includes your dog. The Center for Disease Control Prevention, World Health Organization, American Veterinary Medicine...

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PUPPIES ARE UNIQUE, THEIR TOYS SHOULD BE, TOO.

PUPPIES ARE UNIQUE, THEIR TOYS SHOULD BE, TOO.

Dog toys are important to your dog’s well-being, and are a necessity, not a luxury, as some may think. All dogs, especially puppies, need toys to provide mental stimulation, allow for appropriate chewing and prevent from developing certain behaviors. Providing your...

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BEING A HERO MEANS HELPING OTHERS

BEING A HERO MEANS HELPING OTHERS

On March 13th, we celebrate Canine Veteran’s Day. We believe that to be a hero you must help others. That’s why we’re committed to supporting charitable organizations and being a part of community partnerships that lead to a better way of life for people and their...

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TAKE A HIKE!

TAKE A HIKE!

Grab a leash, a HERO toy, and hit the walking path or park, National Walk your Dog day comes with benefits for all!

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CUDDLE WITH YOUR POOCH – IT’S GOOD FOR YOU!

CUDDLE WITH YOUR POOCH – IT’S GOOD FOR YOU!

Cuddling with your pet provides health and lifestyle benefits which also give you a healthier and happier pet! If you don’t have a pet, visit a friend’s pet or better yet, adopt a pet! The best gift you can give an animal is a loving, comfortable home. Domesticated...

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KEEP YOUR FURRY FRIEND SAFE WHILE TRAVELING

KEEP YOUR FURRY FRIEND SAFE WHILE TRAVELING

Pets of all kinds travel on a daily basis in cars and trucks. It’s important to consider your pet’s welfare while traveling, even if it’s a short trip to the local store. Get him ready ahead of time. Your pet might be anxious for the travel, so get him prepared by...

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PET SAFETY ON NEW YEAR’S EVE

PET SAFETY ON NEW YEAR’S EVE

New Year’s Eve means a fun party for you, but extra company, loud music and laughter and fireworks can be stressful on pets. Help keep your pets safe and relaxed during the celebrations with these simple tips: Keep your pets inside! With all the loud fireworks and...

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WHY VOLUNTEER AT AN ANIMAL SHELTER?

WHY VOLUNTEER AT AN ANIMAL SHELTER?

Volunteering makes you feel good! Being a volunteer at an animal shelter is good for your health! Whether you’re a junior (ages 8 to 14), youth (ages 15-17) or adult (ages 18+), volunteering programs not only benefit the dedicated staff members, but getting to work...

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WHY ADOPT A SENIOR DOG?

WHY ADOPT A SENIOR DOG?

Senior dogs tend to spend the most time at a rescue or shelter. That is, if they find one at all. Advanced age dogs have a high euthanasia rate than their younger counterparts. That’s because many people seek a shelter or rescue...

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