Pet Care

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Allergies & Pets

Being a pet guardian is never easy. While pets bring us joy and companionship on a daily basis, they also require training, veterinary care, time, love, attention, and even tolerance. Tolerance is especially necessary when a pet guardian is allergic to his or her companion animal.
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Disaster Preparedness for Your Pets

Disaster may strike at anytime, with no warning. Anything can happen and no one is immune. You may have already created a disaster plan for your human family, but don't forget to include your companion animals in that plan. The more prepared you are before something happens, the greater your chances are for keeping everyone safe.
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Holiday Hazards for Pets

The holidays can be an exciting time. However they can bring extra hazards for your pets. Some of the most common ones are as follows:
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Off-Leash Areas for Dogs

Want exercise and socialization opportunities for your dog and you? Visiting an off-leash area or dog park can be the perfect way. Dog parks are recreation areas, usually fenced, created especially for dogs to run, work out, and play with their guardians and other dogs off-leash.
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Pets & Babies

Helping your pet adjust to the arrival of a new baby is much like preparing a young child for the same event. Handling your pet's curiosity, anxiety and increased insistence for attention may seem like an overwhelming task, in addition to preparing yourself and your household for the baby's arrival. You can, however, help your pet adjust to the big changes ahead with minimal time and effort by making gradual adjustments to your lifestyle before the baby arrives.
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Tips for Renting with Pets

Many landlords enforce a "no pets" policy when faced with renting to pet owners. PAWS offers the following suggestions on ways renters can approach the challenge of securing rental housing for both them and their animals.
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When You Move

Moving to a new home can be just as stressful on your pet as it is on you. Following are some tips to help you help your pet through this change of address.