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2022

Tips When Having A Beloved Pet Cremated

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Losing a pet can be a difficult thing, especially if you loved them so much that you viewed them as family. Fortunately, cremation services are available to help you collect their ashes and then have them for the rest of your life. Just make sure you go about pet cremation in the following ways. Find the Right Crematory The first thing you’ll need to do when looking to have your pet cremated after passing is to find a crematory to carry out this service.…

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Rescuing a Dog? 2 Tips to Keep Them Safe

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If you are rescuing a dog this can be an exciting time. Because the dog is a rescue, however, it may have problems such as escaping from you. Fortunately, there are many things you can do to prevent this and keep your dog safe if they do escape, two of which are listed below.   Microchip If your rescue escapes from you your dog will not be familiar with its surroundings and easily get lost.…

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Subtle Symptoms That Actually Mean Your Dog Needs To See A Vet

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If your dog is lethargic, vomiting repeatedly, or coughing repeatedly, then it’s fairly obvious that you need to take them to the vet. But not all signs of illness in dogs are quite as in-your-face. Sometimes, the signs that something is amiss are more subtle. If your dog is displaying any of the following symptoms, for example, you should contact your veterinarian. Head Pressing Does your dog walk over to the wall, and then stand with his or her head pressed against the wall?…

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