CBD And Dogs: What You Need To Know

Posted on: 21 February 2019

CBD oil is the newest health craze for people, so it makes sense that it would soon make its way to man's best friend. If you are wondering if CBD products are a good choice for your dog, particularly if your pet is older or has a chronic pain condition, the following guide can help you better understand what CBD can and cannot do. What is CBD oil? CBD is cannabidiol oil, which is an extract from the hemp plant.
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3 Things You Need To Know About Taking Care Of Your New Puppy's Teeth

Posted on: 30 September 2018

If you're about to welcome a new puppy into your home for the first time, you've probably already stocked up on toys, food, and bedding for your new furry friend. You may even have lined up a good local veterinarian who you can depend on to provide your puppy with high-quality health care. However, if you're like many people new to sharing their lives with a canine companion, you may have completely forgotten to consider your dog's dental needs — which is not at all surprising, considering that until recently, dogs were pretty much on their own when it came to their teeth.
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3 FAQs Regarding Service Dogs In Your HOA

Posted on: 8 November 2017

If you live in a homeowners association, there may be limits on the type of pets you can and cannot have within the community. In some cases, they may even prohibit dogs in general. If you have a service animal, and you're afraid you may have to give up your ally to keep your home, you need to check out these three frequently asked questions regarding service dogs in your HOA.
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Looking To Install A Cat Fence Gate? Factors To Consider Before Making A Purchase

Posted on: 1 November 2017

If you have a cat, you may have or may be installing a cat fence. A cat fence allows you to let your cat outside without being fearful of your cat escaping or getting away. Many people place the fences around just their patio or other small spaces, since cats don't need much space. But you can enclose yourself into this space if your fence does not have a gate. A gate allows you the ability to enter or exit the fenced in area.
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