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16 Must-Haves in Your Pet's First Aid Kit

A pet first aid kit specialized for your pet could help save his life, but how should you build one? Let’s take a look at some possible supplies needed to create your own pet first aid kit:
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Pet Allergies in Texas

Spring in Central Texas brings bluebonnets, beautiful weather… and pollen that coats everything in a lovely shade of yellow and gives us all the sniffles--often, including our pets. But, how do you know if your pet is suffering from a pollen allergy, and how do you help?

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Cat & Dog Dehydration

Every dog parent expects their dog's drooling or panting on a hot day, and every cat parent knows their feline can be finicky about drinking water. But in these hot Texas summers, how can we know when our pets are approaching dehydration? Know...

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Surviving The Summer Heat

It's TOO HOT. Here are some helpful tips on how to protect your pet from the summer heat.   Pet Heat Stroke While it’s easy for humans to express when we’re too tired, hot or thirsty from the heat, how...

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Fleas Leave Us Alone

The April showers have passed (hopefully), and summer is in sight! We’re thriving… but so are fleas and ticks. Should they pounce onto your pet, these pesky insects can cause mild irritation, like constant scratching, or serious health issues, such...

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Pets + Pollen Allergies

Spring in Central Texas brings bluebonnets, beautiful weather… and pollen that coats everything in a lovely shade of yellow and gives us all the sniffles--often, including our pets. But, how do you know if your pet is suffering from a...

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The Low-Down on Limited Ingredient Diets

If you or a loved one has a food sensitivity, you're careful to avoid the offending ingredient: no peanut butter nearby, dairy be darned, and gluten be gone! Like humans, pets have food sensitivities. However, they are unable to communicate...

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