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Oct 17, 2019

Puppy Depression - Yours, Not His!

This type of puppy depression is similar to buyers remorse, and is more common than most new owners realize because new puppy ownership can be overwhelming!

But don't worry, it doesn't mean you and your puppy weren't meant to be together. Find out why it happens, and how to get past it so that you and little Fido can live your best lives, together.

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Oct 14, 2019

All About Dog Worms

Worms are nasty little parasites, but they're also incredibly common in our dogs.

Luckily a worm problem is easy to treat when diagnosed and dealt with quickly. Taking care of parasites right away helps prevent more serious issues which can arise from untreated infestations.

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Oct 11, 2019

Teen Puppies Can Be Hard Work!

If your adolescent puppy is suddenly doing a Jekyll and Hyde impression don't panic!

Find out what to expect during this stage of puppy development, and how to handle it.

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Oct 03, 2019

My Boy Herbert

Yesterday we had to let our Herbert go to sleep and be in peace. He ate a carvery in the sunshine and was surrounded by our family and friends, our other

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Oct 02, 2019

Lyme Disease In Dogs - Keeping Fido Safe

Lyme Disease in dogs can be serious, but if caught early it's treatable. It's also preventable. How to keep your dog safe.

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