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The relationship you have with your pet is unlike others in your life. Your pet is a precious companion who gives you pure, unwavering unconditional love that is rare and difficult to find. Y...
The second Sunday in September is Pet Memorial Day. In recent years, this date has become nationally recognized as a day to celebrate and remember the pets who have touched our lives. Many ve...
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Next to a death, a break-up or divorce may be the most traumatic event in the life of a family. The changes are likely to affect living arrangements, finances, support systems, person...
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Before the print is made:
Do read all directions included in the kit.
Do clean hands, paws and any surfaces you’ll be using to make the print, because the modeling compound attracts fur, dirt and ink.
Do knead the clay pat...
“I love cats because I enjoy my home; little by little, they become its visible soul.”
--writer Jean Cocteau
My cats and dogs provide my home with structure and daily routines. For me...
If you lost your pet suddenly due to
an acute illness or accident
theft or a mysterious disappearance
euthanasia due to your pet’s aggressive behavior o...
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During your last veterinary appointment, did you notice that your dog was a little stressed about visiting the hospital? While most veterinary clinics try to create the best experience they can...
During your last veterinary appointment, did you notice that your cat was a little stressed about visiting the hospital? While most veterinary clinics try to create the best experience they can...
There are so many topics to cover with new pet parents during their first veterinary visit and, among the most important, is puppy and kitten socialization. Socialization involves exposure to as many positive experiences, people...
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This guide applies to most children from birth through one-year-old. This is part one of a six part “Ages and Stages” Series available in the "Kids & Grief" section of our Pet Parents Re...
Encouraging Clients to Keep “Links” to Their Pets