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Vet Advice: How to Keep Your Pet Healthy

We all want our furry buddies to live long, happy and healthy lives.  And for that to happen, we need to start looking after our pet’s well-being the very second we adopt them.  How do we do that?  We asked our vet, Dr. Laura Wiles, for her advice on keeping pets healthy, starting on adoption […]

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3 Benefits of Walking Your Dog

Walking your dog can be a pain in the butt, but the exercise can also help save your life.  And of course, it’s the ultimate bonding exercise as well.  So just in case you need reminding, here are three great benefits of walking your dog: Walking your dog can get you a date Can’t get […]

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How To Give Your Dog or Cat A Pet Massage

Do you want to make your pet bark or purr with pleasure? Then consider giving her a daily 10-minute pet massage all over her body. By using your hands to gently stroke and manipulate her skin, tendons, muscles, and bones, and flex her joints, you’ll improve her health and well-being. Also, you may find medical […]

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Pet First Aid Tips & Resources You Need to Know About

  Do you know pet first aid? If your kitty or pup has a wound or burn, would you know how to treat it? What if your pet had a seizure or started choking? If you’re skilled in pet first aid, being able to provide immediate care during your pet’s medical emergency – until you […]

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How To Fight Ticks in Your Home & Yard

It only takes one tick to infest your home and yard. Yes, only one! A pregnant female tick can lay thousands of eggs and once they hatch, they go in search of food. And the only food ticks want is blood from people or animals, including our pets. Since some ticks carry infectious diseases, they’re definitely […]

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How to Introduce Natural Products into Your Pet’s Life

We all want what’s best for our pets. For many of us, that means switching to natural foods and products for our furry friends that are free from harmful ingredients and chemicals. By feeding them healthier, nutritious foods and using products that are pet-safe, we may help our beloved pets lead a longer life. Need […]

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Pet Parents Will Absolutely Love These 3 Great Apps

How many apps do you have on your smartphone? You might want to make room for a few more. We want to tell you about some really great apps for pet parents that we think you will absolutely love. They can certainly make life easier and more entertaining – and even help in emergencies. Map My Dog […]

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New Year Resolutions for Pet Parents

For pet parents, it’s become a tradition to include our furry friends in our Christmas or Hanukkah gift lists. But there’s another list we can add them to at the same time – our list of New Year’s Resolutions. That’s what we pet parents at Live the Pet Life have been doing. So let’s share our […]

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Winter Safety Tips For Your Dog or Cat

If there’s one thing that pretty much everyone can agree on, it’s that winter can be downright bitter. But however harsh it can be for us humans, there are ways we can cope with freezing temperatures or biting winds: hats, jackets, blankets, hand warmers and, for some of us, Hot Toddies. On the other hand, […]

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5 Ways Veterinary Technicians Can Help You and Your Pet

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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