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  • Cars and Canines: Tips for Driving Safely with Your Dog

    Posted by Paul Skye on Sept. 4, 2015

    There are many things to consider when setting out on a road trip with your pup; but even short car rides require certain preparations to keep you and your dog safe while driving. Learn the best ways to keep you and your pet safe in the car with this informative article from EntirelyPets.

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  • Top 5 Best Dog Breeds for Kids

     on Wednesday September 2, 2015

    Selecting the right dog for your family is no easy decision. For families with young children, finding a dog that meets your needs requires research. Start off your search the right way with this list of the top 5 dog breeds from our friends over at FlexPetz, the authority in electric fences for dogs.

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  • Meet Max, The Little Dog With A Loveable Personality

    Posted by  on Monday August 31, 2015

    My Max, who just turned 7, is loving, kind and a really cute Pekingese. Max likes naps, treats and playing with his siblings and toys. He is my little angel and a very special boy.

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  • Meet Trixie, the Rabbit with a Canine Guardian

    Posted by  on Monday August 24, 2015

    Trixie is about 10 weeks old and the sweetest most gentlest bunny I know. Her best friend is Saidai the Aussie who protects her from harm!

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  • Meet Minnie, the Adorable Pug!

    Posted by  on Monday August 17, 2015

    This is my Minnie girl. She is 9 years young. She is a Chinese pug. My husband adopted her when she was 6 weeks old and gave her to me as a Christmas gift. She is awesome!

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  • Meet Jinx, the Luckiest Black Cat!

    Posted by  on Tuesday August 11, 2015

    Jinx stunk of skunk so we bathed him in coffee to help with the smell. Since he was a feral kitten he learned pretty quick that humans meant him no harm.

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  • Garden Safety for Cats and Dogs

    Post by Reflect Digital on Wednesday August 5, 2015

    Most dogs adore summer, seeing it is a great time to play and run around in the sun. There are many steps you can take to ensure your dog’s summer is a fulfilling, healthy one such as keeping them away from snails and toxic flowers. Let’s take a look at some of the best ways to keep your pet safe this summer.

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  • Meet Chevis: The Gentle Giant Who has a Heart of Gold

    Posted by  on Monday August 3, 2015

    It’s been very hard for us to watch her body start to decline, we’ve been trying everything possible to make her quality of life the best in her elder years. She is currently doing acupuncture and surprisingly loves it!

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  • Meet Red: The Miniature Pinscher who Deserved a Second Chance

    Posted by  on Monday July 27, 2015

    Red was found wandering in a trailer park that was closing down for the season. Red was ALL skin and bones when he was found. Every rib stuck out and his 2 hipbones protruded out. People were giving him food, but not shelter. He appeared to have slept underneath someone’s trailer every night.

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  • What Your Pet Says About You: Personalities and Looks to Match?

    Posted by Rebeca Mendez on July 23, 2015

    As pet owners, we tend to treat our dogs, cats, you name it, like friends and confidantes, so it's no wonder we actually start to take on some similar characteristics over time. These characteristics match not only physically but in personality as well.

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  • How to Plan the Perfect Party for Your Dog

    Posted by Leona Storet Slythe on July 22, 2015

    More people celebrate their dogs’ birthdays than you might imagine. Most dog owners see their pets as part of the family and like furry equivalents of children, so putting on a party for them is no different than doing it for their human children.

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  • Canine Concerns: How to Help Children Who Fear Dogs

    Posted by Sean Terry on July 21, 2015

    Children entertain a host of fears, so apprehension toward large dogs and other animals is common. For every child that is fearful of dogs, however, a larger population overcomes initial reluctance and confident kids quickly want their own pet. If you’re thinking about getting a dog but are reluctant due to your child’s fear of canines, help them overcome it with the following advice.

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  • Meet Mac: The Rescue Pup Who Will Melt Your Heart

    Posted by  on Monday July 20, 2015

    Mac is a rescue that has come into our life with an amazing amount of energy. He is now 1 1/2 and will melt your heart when he lays his head on your lap.

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  • Giardia in Dogs | Prevention, Symptoms, & Treatments

    Written by  on Friday July 17, 2015

    Giardiasis is a clinical condition characterized primarily by chronic diarrhea. This condition is caused by the microbe Giardia lamblia (also known as G. intestinalis or G. duodenalis), a single-celled parasite that can affect dogs, cats, and humans alike. Learn more about this parasite and the diseaseit causes here at EntirelyPets!

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  • Meet Marisa: The Rescued Lab Who Only Had a Few Hours to Live

    Posted by  on Monday July 13, 2015

    This is Marisa. I rescued her from Cullam, Alabama when she was just 10 weeks old where she had until 5pm that day to live.

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