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Keeping Your Pet Active Year-Round

Short winter days and cold weather mean most of us cut back on outdoor exercise. That can be a problem for our pets – especially for high-energy dogs who need lots of active play. That feeling of being “trapped in the house” that we call “cabin fever” can affect our canine companions too, leading to problem behaviors like unusual barking or howling, chewing on furniture or clothing and even messing in the house.

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  • Spring Training: Time for Your Pet (and You) to Shed Winter Weight

    It’s a fact of life that we tend to gain weight during the winter months because colder weather and shorter days mean fewer opportunities for exercise. What’s true for us is also true for our pets.

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  • Enjoy the Dog Days of Summer with your Dog

    The extra hours of daylight we enjoy in the summer mean more time for fun in the sun. Whether it’s a pleasant evening walk around the neighborhood, or a romp by the shore, summer is even more enjoyable when you spend it with your four legged best friend.

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  • Fall is the perfect time for hiking with your dog

    Autumn is prime hiking weather. Cooler temperatures attract many to nature preserves and state parks to enjoy the changing foliage. With their keen senses of hearing and smell, the family dog can make a great hiking companion.

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  • Five Ways to Help your Pet Best Cabin Fever

    The short winter days and cold winter weather mean most of us – including the family pet – have fewer opportunities for outdoor exercise and play. That can be a problem for energetic breeds that require lots of active play and for dogs accustomed to spending lots of time outdoors.

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Help your Canine Athlete Discover “the Disc”

Aerial Dogs. Frisbee Dogs. Flying Dogs. Disc Dogs.No matter what name they go by, one fact is undisputed: these canine athletes are remarkable to behold, and their sport is literally growing by leaps and bounds.
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