Planning a Spring Break Adventure with Your Dog

Planning a Spring Break Adventure with Your Dog

Though the frigid temperatures around Colorado Springs don't exactly point to the upcoming spring, it is indeed on the way. Daydreaming about a spring break adventure with your dog? Here are our tips for making sure your trip is safe and fun for everyone, human or...

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How to Read Your Cat’s Body Language

How to Read Your Cat’s Body Language

Cats may have a reputation for being mysterious and hard to understand, but they actually communicate so much through their body language. From their whiskers to their tail, they "speak" to us. Discover how to read your cat's body language and find out what she's...

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Indoor Games to Bust Winter Boredom

Indoor Games to Bust Winter Boredom

It is still wintry here in Colorado Springs. The chilly temperatures, coupled with fewer daylight hours, likely mean more indoor time for your furry friends, much to their chagrin. We've got a few ideas for how you can help them bust out of their winter...

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New Year’s Eve Noise Tips For Your Pet

New Year’s Eve Noise Tips For Your Pet

New Year’s Eve is one of the party nights we most look forward to in the year, but it can also be a night of high anxiety for our pets. To help your pet get through the noisy night, consider these tips.Confining Your PetMany pets have a favorite hiding...

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How to Prevent Holiday Anxiety and Stress in Pets

How to Prevent Holiday Anxiety and Stress in Pets

The holidays are a stressful time, but humans aren’t the only species who experience increased anxiety during the “most wonderful time of the year”—our pets often feel the pain of the holidays, too. Here are some ways to keep your pet stress-free during...

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Hazardous Thanksgiving Foods For Your Pet

Hazardous Thanksgiving Foods For Your Pet

As Thanksgiving approaches, you prepare for all of the delicious food you will cook and eat. Although Thanksgiving food is delicious, it's not so safe for our furry friends. Here is a list of hazardous Thanksgiving foods to NOT feed your pet.1. Salty...

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Cat Aggression: What You Should Know

Cat Aggression: What You Should Know

Ever been petting your cat when she seems to suddenly turn on you, transforming from purring and sweet to evil and attacking? Cats can be mysterious creatures, and many owners of cats become frustrated with their seemingly erratic or aggressive behavior....

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3 Ways To Keep Your Pet Safe This Halloween

3 Ways To Keep Your Pet Safe This Halloween

Halloween is around the corner! This Halloween, be sure to keep your furry friends in mind by considering these three tips.Consider the costumeSome pets feel comfortable wearing clothing. Others do not. If your pet hates dressing up, don’t dress him up....

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Techniques For Medicating Your Pet

Techniques For Medicating Your Pet

Is anything more challenging than medicating your pet? Gel capsules, eye drops, ear ointments, or liquid medications have all been spat out, gagged up, or avoided through biting, scratching, or alligator rolling. Most pet owners have nothing on Steve...

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