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Infographic: 8 Household Uses for Dog Pads

Despite the name, dog pads aren’t just for dogs. And they’re not just for potty training or containing accidents, either. Here are eight alternative, household uses for dog pads that you might not have considered yet:  

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Your Pet’s Eye Health: Common Vision Problem Symptoms and Checks

Our pets see the world differently to us humans. Did you know, for instance, that they have poor color vision and just see blues and yellows and multiple shades of grey? They also have much sharper vision at night than we do, are more sensitive to light and are better at seeing moving objects. (great […]

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6 Pets That SO Have Team Spirit

We’re all about our football. Whether tossing the pigskin around with our pooches or watching our favorite teams (and mascots) duke it out on the gridiron, there’s just about nothing better than this Fall pastime. Nothing, that is, except pets donning their fav football team’s colors and dogs wearing football jerseys! 1. This cheese dog Here's to a #wayback #WEINERWEDNESDAY […]

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Monitor Your Senior Pet for Age-Related Health Issues

It happens so quickly. One minute we have a frisky little puppy or kitten and then, before we know it, we are caring for a senior pet. One minute we’re training them to go potty in the right place and making sure they have enough exercise. And, then the next, we’re having them wear diapers […]

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Vet Q and A: Supplements for Dogs

Your dog is showing signs he has achy hips and joints. Or perhaps his skin is looking a little flaky. And you’re wondering if you should add a health supplement to his diet. To help you with this decision, we sat down with Dr. Sasha Naugler and Dr. Laura Wiles with our Vet Council for […]

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How to Make Your Pet Instagram Famous

This is a guest post from Ann Staub of Pawsitively Pets. Ann is a former Veterinary Technician of 5 years. She graduated college as a Vet Tech in 2007 and has worked with all kinds of animals including cats, dogs, birds, small mammals, and reptiles. Now, she’s a professional pet blogger sharing her adventures and […]

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E-Book: The Pet Parent’s Playbook for Stains & Odors

Do you need to remove pet stains and odors for your home? Has your dog or cat urinated on your floor, cushions or even your bed? Or perhaps left behind the odor of an accident that went unnoticed until your nose found it? Our resident stain and odor coach, Scott Plasek, spends his days practicing […]

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SuperZoo Sneak Peek: New Pet Products You’ll Love

By the time you read this, Live the Pet Life will be immersed in the neon glitz and glamor that is the Las Vegas Strip. It’s not a vacation for us though; we’re on our way to SuperZoo 2016, the annual event that showcases some of the hottest pet products from around the globe. And […]

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Kid-Friendly Activities for Your Children and Dogs

Allow me to let you in on a little secret. Kids + dogs = FUN. You probably already know this, but as a newer mom to a little human, this fact becomes clearer to me each and every day. The older my five year old son Sebastian becomes, the stronger his bond grows with our […]

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How to Check Your Pet for Fleas

Your dog seems to be scratching more than normal. You find tiny specks of black dirt in your cat’s bedding. You start to wonder if your pet might have fleas. Here’s what to do if you suspect these nasty little blood-sucking pests have taken up residence on your pet: Behavior. Watch your pet for unusual […]

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