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The holidays are here again! As always, we wish you and your pets the merriest — and safest — holiday season. The following tips can help you avoid pet-related holiday hazards, helping to ensure health and happiness all season long. Do not feed your dog “people food.” Most indulgent holiday foods will hard your dog’s […]

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The holidays are just around the corner – dinners, parties, guests, presents, lights and much more. Does your pet have any problems during these busy times? What do you do to help them through it?

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Check out this collage of images from our Creative Department’s Ugly Christmas Party.

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The holidays are a time of year where we get to create new memories. A time for both giving and receiving gifts from friends and family. It’s also a time when many are remembering their loved ones that are no longer here. These loved ones often include pets.

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Kitty Christmas Wish List

by Melissa R. on December 10, 2012

Check out the wish list Melissa got from her FOUR cats!

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Looking for aquarium gift ideas? Finding the ideal gift for the aquarium enthusiast can be challenging, here’s some help!

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The Gift Not to Be So Simple

by DFS-Pet-Blog on November 30, 2012

If your household is considering a pet as a gift, consider instead these ideas for preparing your household for the pet.

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Sharing the joy and love of the season with a pet who really needs it.

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It’s normal for cats to have hairballs, but if they are frequent and don’t seem to go away, dangerous problems can develop. Tips to prevent hairballs.

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Potentially you can save a cat’s life by passing this information along to any of your family and friends who own cats.

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May all our beloved pets be remembered today with lots of love and special presents under the tree!

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Mocca’s Christmas Wish List

by Melissa R. on December 6, 2011

Hey everyone! Mocca here. Mom said she was getting ready to go Christmas shopping, and I figured I better get my list in!

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Planning in advance for how our pets may react to new people coming into their world can help keep the holidays cheerful for them and for our company.

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