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July 4th: A Dog’s Worst Nightmare!

by Team Petmasters Every year, the 4th of July promises hotdogs and hamburgers, sparklers and fireworks and most importantly – family and friends gathered together to celebrate America’s independence. These festivities usually include all members of the family, even the furry ones, in large groups after dark. While we cherish this time under a sky illuminated …

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Can My Pet Eat That?

by Cyndie Anderson, Owner and Chief Pet Lover at Pooch Pros Pet Care Services LLC We love our pets!  And loving them sometimes means giving in to the look for our human food. You know the look!  However, some foods are particularly dangerous for our pets and can cause stomach upset, seizures or even death.  …

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Pet Professions You Didn’t Know Existed: Massage Therapy

In the first of our four-part series on luxurious pet services, we delve into the world of pet massage therapy–what it is, why it’s important, and tips for pet parents considering massage therapy for their furry friend.  by Caroline Wilson, owner/head editor & writer of /redpen We’ve all been there–sore and exhausted after exercise, stressed …

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How to Save on Pet Medications

by Tami Novak, Founder of Aunt Tami’s Pet Sitting LLC ​When it comes to our pet’s health, we’ll do whatever we have to do to keep our pets living longer, healthier and happier lives.  However, we’d rather save some of our hard earned cash that we would overspend at the vets and put it toward …

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The McBriber – Prevention and Treatment

by Kara Hollars, owner of Personal Family Dog Trainer The Problem You see a person working with their dog, using treats as a reward. The person shows the dog a treat, then asks them for a behavior. The dog complies 100% of the time, which looks very impressive! This goes on for some time. Suddenly, …