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My Valentine Cats Recipes

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My Valentine Cats Recipes Yummy to kitty tummy  treat recipes.  Purr-fect Puff Pops and Pet Party Coolers  For birthdays or Valentine day. Cats Recipes to show your love!  Let’s party.  If your Pet has a pre-existing medical condition, consult your veterinarian before adding a new food to his or her diet. Purr-fect Puff Pops A tail-twitching, whisker-lickin’ treat that is sure to get a meow from your favorite feline! Ingredients: 1 hard-boiled egg ½ cup of honey 1 long sliced carrot 1 can of tuna (6-ounce can of tuna in water) Directions: Mash the hard-boiled egg and put it …

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Great Ideas: Pet Owners Plan For Pet Sitters

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Below you will find help to be prepared in our blog post: Pet Owners Plan for Pet Sitters and Dog Walkers.  Before leaving for your trip, it is best to equip your sitter with what she needs to know. This will help her perform her tasks better and make things easier. First and foremost, it is a good idea to have a meet-and-greet session where your pet can meet his sitter. This is so they can get acquainted with one another and you can decide if it is a good idea to leave your pet with this sitter. If …

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There is No Place Like Home For Pets

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There is No Place Like Home For Pets! “Pets Prefer Pet Sitting”  No Place Like Home for pets Pets love being in the comfort of their homes!   Cats are not fond of change or their carriers.  I thought “Oh, no; not again!” upon seeing a news item yesterday afternoon containing the words “cat” , “Air Canada”, and “escaped”. Fortunately, it was not another story of  a cat gone missing from cargo, possibly never be found again Ripples’ crate was securely latched when he arrived at the airport, but the person conducting his security check did not properly snap the …

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Heart Expansion After Pet Loss

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 My story of my Heart Expansion After Pet Loss After the loss of my beloved Griffey, the Pekinese at 3 years I thought my heart could not take the loss of another pet and decided no more dogs.  My husband and friend since I was seventeen, who knew me better than I did myself during my grief, came home one day with the cutest little Pekinese puppy.  When I first laid eyes on her I wanted to put a wall around me.  She had Griffey’s coloring, only her little face had a larger black mass.  You could hardly see her dark eyes for …

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How to make a special dog party. Cat too!

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Are you going to throw your pet a birthday party? Tips to help make the day as special as your pet:  Dog party or cat party Safety  1- First Party time is not the best time to introduce unfamiliar pets to your own. Try to make your Pet guest list consist of those with whom your Pet is familiar. 2- Consider your party location and remember to invite only as many Pets and people that can realistically and comfortably co-exist. Inviting small children can be an additional concern—if you’re going to do it, make sure they know how to …

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Pets: Bite-Proof Your Children

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Bite-Proof Your Children   Warm weather means kids on the move. Children on bicycles, skates and skateboards explore new places and come into contact with different sights, sounds, people and yes, animals. . . To prevent upsetting or even tragic situations resulting from active children encountering strange dogs, teach your children these rules about how to behave around dogs. Dogs do not like to be teased. Stay away from dogs that are chained or in fenced yards. Do not shout, run around, or stick hands at dogs through fences or open car windows. Never approach a strange dog. Dogs …

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Kids and Pets

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Kids and Pets can be a wonderful together. Dogs and kids are very similar in a lot of ways, except for the fact that dogs have bigger teeth and most children are unable to protect themselves from a dog if needed.So, it is not hard to follow that I have one key rule that I enforce at home: Children and dogs should never be left alone. Not even for a second. But it is important to note that just being in the room isn’t enough, as an adult and handler of the dog, you must also be engaged and …

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