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  • Mar 18 2021

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    Spread the Joy on National Puppy Day!

    They’re cute and cuddly and the unconditional love they offer is priceless for any new puppy parent. …

  • Mar 11 2021

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    March is Adopt a Guinea Pig Month!

    Most people are familiar that animal shelters take in cats and dogs, but many may not realize that they also take in other surrendered animals, including gerbils, mice, rats, and guinea pigs. March is…

  • Mar 04 2021

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    It’s Pet Sitters Week!

    March 7-13th marks Professional Pet Sitters Week, so it’s time to celebrate and learn about those people who care for our pets when we can’t – when we’re ill, on vacation, or busy with family…

  • Feb 25 2021

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    Pet Poison Prevention Month

    Pet poisoning happens more often than pet owners realize. Many common items found in our homes are toxic to our pets, including plants, alcohol, certain foods, medications, xylitol, and cannabis.…

  • Feb 18 2021

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    February is Responsible Pet Ownership Month!

    As we all know, having a pet is a big responsibility. Pets, depending on the species, can live anywhere from 1 or 2 years for pet rats, to up to 100 years for certain species of parrots! With…

  • Feb 11 2021

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    Valentine’s Day Safety

    Ah, love is in the air! Valentine’s Day is approaching – a day filled with yummy treats, chocolates, candles, flowers, balloons, and stuffed animals with sweet messages. …

  • Feb 04 2021

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    February is Pet Dental Health Month

    Consistent, quality dental care is just as important for your pet’s health as it is for yours. You brush your teeth daily, floss (when you remember!), and see your dentist for regular cleanings and…