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It’s Heating Up Out There!

It’s Heating Up Out There!

It takes only six minutes for a dog to die in a hot car. Yet, people continue to leave their dogs in cars. Maybe this is because humans don’t really understand what happens when a dog is overheated. Normal canine temperature is from 100.5 to 102.5 degrees Fahrenheit. Heatstroke starts at temperatures of 106-109, resulting […]

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  July 8, 2019   No comments
Your Dog’s AppetiteFeatured

Your Dog’s Appetite

Just about everyone who shares their life with a dog has experienced that sinking feeling when they realize Rover isn’t eating the way he used to. It may not mean anything is seriously awry with your dog’s health, but appetite is a barometer that can indicate how he or she is feeling. It’s important to […]

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  January 15, 2019   No comments
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