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5 Tips for Bringing Dogs and Cats Together

5 Tips for Bringing Dogs and Cats Together

Working in the veterinary field, one of the most common questions I receive is about how to introduce a new pet into the household.

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Bonding with Your Dog

5 Ways to Bond with Your Dog

Spending time with your dog is critical when building a healthy relationship. We explore the best ways to bond together.

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The SPCA Does ABBA

The SPCA of Wake Countyreleased a wonderful video promoting animal rescue. While breeders and purebreds may be appropriate for some – it’s important that we not forget the many pets in rescue shelters. Take a chance on them!

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Common Avoidable Pet Problems You Should Know

Let’s face it: many people aren’t aware that some health issues pets suffer from can be alleviated by using supplements. We take a look at 3 common issues and discuss the best forms of treatment.

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Top 5 Reasons for Dog Anxiety

Like humans, many dogs can suffer from anxiety. While a dog cannot tell you what is causing this – there are a few common reasons for anxiety in dogs of all ages and sizes. Here are the top 5 reasons your dog may be feeling anxious or nervous.

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Dog Training Tips: 5 Things You Should Know

If you’ve adopted a puppy into your home or have a disobedient pet, you’re aware that dog training isn’t easy. Is your dog being stubborn and not listening to you as you work to train them? Here are 5 ‘must-read’ tips for successfully training your pet.

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Tips For Helping Dog Separation Anxiety

Is your dog suffering from anxiety when you leave the house? Many dogs are known to become nervous when their owners are gone for an extended period of time. Here are tips you should know to help your four legged friend overcome this common problem.

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3 Things to Do to Calm Dogs Down

Your dog may be feeling nervous or anxious for many different reasons. A bad thunderstorm, fireworks, or you leaving the house are some of the most common causes. Here are tips to making your pet feel better when it’s on edge.

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