Pet Fun

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    By | December 18, 2017 | Blog

    Most cats love to play under the covers of your bed or try to get at your feet as you move under the blanket. This sort of fun activity is great for your kitty because it provides good exercise and stimulates their mind. All cats are curious

  • Pet friendship

    By | November 30, 2017 | Blog

    Our pets can teach us so many lessons in life.  Here are a few things they have taught us that have shaped us into the pet owners we are today. People love to take inspiration from their pet personalities and enjoy finding they have

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    By | September 30, 2017 | Blog

    Obstacle courses create mental stimulation and exercise for your dog. They are a great way for you and your dog to bond as the course challenges you both through endurance and communication. An obstacle course is comprised of several pieces of exercise

  • SH_Kong2_SJ

    By | August 31, 2017 | Blog

    Our dogs are given their meals daily without question, compensation or challenge. Scavenging animals like dogs spend a large part of their day looking and sniffing out things of interest... they can also possibly eat. For most dogs, getting hold of something to

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    By | May 26, 2017 | Blog

    Carrot sticks are considered to be a healthy alternative to traditional dog treats. Carrots are low in calories, high in fibre and vitamin A, plus allowing your dog to crunch on a carrot can be good for their teeth. Dogs can eat bananas in moderation.

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    By | October 18, 2016 | Blog

    For many pet owners, the names Rex and Buddy are just too plain boring. Many have chosen weird and outlandish names for their pets. If you have a new pet or considering adoption, it is sometimes best to get to know your new pet before deciding on a name. If you are

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    By | September 20, 2016 | Blog

    Here are some little known feline trivia that is sure to impress your friends! Cats have more toes in front than in the back. Five on their front paws but only four on their back paws. Cats can hear far better than either dogs or humans. They can detect frequencies

  • interna1

    By | December 8, 2015 | Blog

    As dog owners, we're in our own club of bizarre. Just for fun, see how many of these weird things you do. You have more photos of your dog on your phone than the proudest new grandma in town. You’ve taught your dog how to pose for pictures.

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    By | November 4, 2015 | Blog

    The popular saying that dogs have masters but cats have slaves is rooted in ancient history but is it true for you? Cats were domesticated about 10,000 years ago and since then have been a symbol of elegance and poise. Once, these graceful animals were known as