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Pumpkin for Pets

Pumpkin is now showing up in pet stores as human food-grade animal treats, dried kibble and simple puréed goodness.

Step Up To Good Grooming

It pays to hire pros: Getting your dog groomed can be a costly investment, but the price includes more than a fluff and cut.

Tackling Ticks

No one likes ticks, but like fleas and cockroaches, they are a fact of life. After a winter break in the northern states, they’re back with a vengeance come warmer weather and plague parts of the south all year round.

The Hunt for Buried Treasure

Summer trailheads can tempt even the most diehard computer fans to push away from desktops, lace up hiking boots, pack dog treats and trek into the great outdoors to become their own search engines in pursuit of the next geocache.

Herb Garden

Many of the herbs we use to liven up our foods or supplement our bodies prove to be powerful medicines for our furry and feathered friends. Start with these four easy-to-grow herbs.

Doggy Breath

Here are some at-home measures that, when combined with regular dental cleanings, will work to minimize an animal’s bad breath.

Canine Humor

Dogs show what may be fairly called a sense of humor, as distinct from mere play, and different breeds have different funny bones.

How to Keep a Dog Forever Young

To pet lovers, the disparity between human and canine life spans seems unfair. Efforts to help dogs stay healthy not only keeps them around longer, but pays dividends in also keeping them in as youthful shape as possible.

Three Dog Night

Giving pets bed privileges is an age-old issue, with convincing arguments on both sides. Discover the many pros and cons to having a pet as a sleeping companion.

A Pet’s First Visit to the Vet

The first trip to the veterinarian’s office does not need to be a traumatic experience. With savvy planning, you can make the whole experience less stressful for both you and your pet.
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