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What Are the Right Toys for Your Dog?

Picking out a safe toy for your dog to play with actually requires more than grabbing the first brightly colored dog toy you see. There are actually several different factors that you’ll want to take into consideration as you are browsing through dog toys that will be most appropriate for your pet. A few of […]

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Protect Your Pet During July 4 Celebrations

Most of us are already looking forward to the American traditions on the Fourth of July, such as parties, barbecues, and fireworks. However, dogs and other pets can sometimes be startled by all the unusual commotion and loud noises. Every Independence Day shelters fill with lost and injured pets. The Society for the Prevention of […]

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Does Your Dog Have Canine Lupus?

Canine lupus is one of several different diseases that can cause a wide range of problems within your dog’s immune system. This is a disease that is quite rare, but when it occurs, the dog’s own tissues all throughout its body come under attack by the antibodies that canine lupus causes to be produced. There […]

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Is That Thanksgiving Food Safe For Your Dog?

Tomorrow is Thanksgiving and I hope that we all stop for a few moments and think about all that we have to be thankful for – no matter how challenging life is at times… We also need to be sure to take a few moments to think about Thanksgiving dinner for our dogs – assuming […]

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Doggy-Delicious Thanksgiving Dinner

Thanksgiving is a special day where our country unites in honoring our heritage as well as giving thanks to friends and loved ones. But what about Fido?! What better way to give thanks to our lovable dogs than by allowing them to indulge in a dog-friendly thanksgiving feast together with us!? Andrea Servadio, Co-Owner of […]

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Can You Go Rollerblading With Your Dog?

It is a well-known fact that both humans and dogs need exercise to keep the body healthy. It is quite amazing, though, that dog owners do not  always see that they can be joined together. You can combine dog exercise with your own so that you do not have to go to the gym every […]

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Canine Valley Fever – Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

Canine Valley Fever is a disease that can affect dogs that live in the Southwestern parts of the United States. This disease is usually noticed in the desert regions of states that include Texas, Arizona, New Mexico, and California’s central deserts. Even though the dogs that catch canine valley fever do not generally lose their […]

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Pet Safety Resource Page

  As we continue to add useful information to our Resources area, we have just added a resource page on pet safety. This safety resource page contains a list of the most important articles on pet safety appearing on our web site. You really should review the tips and guidelines in those articles.   Amazon.com […]

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Give Thanks for Healthy Pets!

As we prepare to give thanks, Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Los Angeles (spcaLA) offers these simple, but important, reminders to ensure that everyone, including pets, has a happy and safe Thanksgiving. Want to be sure to have some delicious food to share with your dog on thanksgiving? Check out these suggestions […]

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Canine Liver Disease – Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

Out of all the many different problems that could end up causing a dog to lose its life, canine liver disease is among the most common causes for an untimely death. The liver is a vital organ that is responsible for just about all of the necessary functions that happens within a dog’s body that […]

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Do Our Dogs Love Us?

This past Sunday, The New York Times published an Op-Ed piece entitled Dogs Are People, Too. While am I sure that the title achieved its goal of enticing people to read the article, it is certainly exaggerated when taken literally. However, the author goes on to share some fascinating research results in his quest to […]

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