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Head Outdoors with Your Pets

The first day of spring has officially come and gone - and if you're outside looks anything like ours, spring has yet to officially arrive! Nevertheless, we have rounded up some fun spring activities for you to enjoy with your pets once warmer weather (finally) arrives! 1. Introduce a Workout Routine Warmer weather can be great motivation to get in shape, but don't leave your pet out! Taking your dog for walks or jogs can be a great form of exercise for both of you! Exercise can also be a great way for pets to release some energy before being left home for a few hours at a time.  Looking to mix it up? Consider trying out a new hike...

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Ways to Keep Your Dog Busy At Work

  We all know the guilty feeling you get when you leave your pet at home, it's the worst! But the fact is most American's have to work, so leaving your pet at home is a reality that we all have to face. Here are some tips to keep your pet occupied while you're away! 1. Favorite toy Keep your pet's favorite toy hidden while you're home at night or on the weekends and only bring it out when it's time for you to go to work. That way there is some excitement built just as you're walking out the door. 2. Leave the Radio or TV on Background noise can keep your pet distracted and busy throughout the day!...

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Valentine's Day Tips with Pets

The most romantic day of the year is coming up - Valentine's Day! Of course with any approaching holiday, you quickly begin to get excited about all of the ways that you can include your pet in your plans! The best part about celebrating Valentine's Day with a pet is you don't have to buy them anything! They love you no matter what. In fact, many popular Valentine's Day gift ideas are not safe for pets, including chocolate and flowers.  Chocolate can be highly toxic for dogs. While a small piece here or there may not seem to harm your dog, giving them even just a little bit to much can be extremely toxic which would result in your pet...

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New Year's Resolutions with Your Pets

The new year is a great time to set some resolutions for the year ahead, but you don't have to set them alone! Set resolutions with your pet! 1. Exercise Set a resolution to do 20-30 minutes of exercise per day with your pet! This will be great for both of you! 2. New tricks Set goals to work with your pet to accomplish training techniques. Maybe it's to work on barking less or even just sitting! It doesn't matter where you're starting, the important thing is to set goals to accomplish together! 3. Make a new friend Making new friends is always fun! Whether it's a new friend for your pup or a new friend for both of you...

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Holiday Safety Tips for Pets

It's the most wonderful time, of the year! For everyone, except maybe your pets. While there is so much to be excited about as Christmas nears, it can also be overwhelming for a pet to have so many changes in a normal schedule.

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