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Your Guide to a Successful Road Trip with Your Dog

A road trip is the perfect opportunity to bond with your dog and let them experience new sights and sounds they may not get in their own neighborhood. Your dog will love exploring new paths, and you’ll love creating new memories with your best friend. Before you hit the road, you’ll want to be fully prepared. Here’s a helpful guide for having a successful trip with your dog Essential Supplies to Pack for Your Road Trip While you’re packing your own necessities, make sure to pack what your dog will need while you’re away. You’ll need supplies for their day-to-day
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Why Does My Dog Get Itchy Skin?

There are a wide variety of reasons for itchy skin on a dog ranging from bug bites to food sensitivities and everything in between. Here are some of the most common culprits and what you can do to help alleviate the itch and be your own Itchy Dog Detective from home!
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A Vet’s Guide to Holiday Pet Safety

Written by Dr. Sam Parker, DVM We all know the holiday season will not look the same for most of us, but we will likely still be decorating and making favorite holiday foods. Listed below are holiday safety risks for pets and holiday pet safety tips to minimize them during these festive times. If there is suspicious or concern that a pet may have consumed something toxic, please call the pet poison helpline at 855-764-7661 or the ASPCA poison control at 888-426-4435. These lines are available 24/7 to help pet parents assess if a pet has ingested a toxin in a
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Senior Dog Care

Written by Dr. Leslie Brooks, DVM These days, our dogs are living longer, healthier, happier lives than in the past. With the advancement of pet healthcare and our dogs living with us as family members, many of our pups can live into ripe old age. Some helpful senior dog care tips below. Learn more about Dr. Brooks at Meet Our Vets While this is wonderful for the human-animal bond, it also means we need to be aware of normal aging changes and actions we can take as dog parents to make life a little more comfortable for our senior dogs. At