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Tips On How to Find Your Lost Pet

If you have lost your cat or dog, the first thing to remember is that the odds are in favor of finding them. The other first thing to remember is that the faster you move, the better those odds get. Begin your search as soon as you notice the animal missing. Here are some ideas to get your search started. Here are some steps to
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Holiday Safety Tips

By ASPCA Ηolly, Jolly and Oh-So-Safe! Of course you want to include your furry companions in the festivities, pet parents, but as you celebrate this holiday season, try to keep your pet’s eating and exercise habits as close to their normal routine as possible. And be sure to steer them clear of the following unhealthy treats, toxic plants and dangerous decorations: O Christmas Tree 
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Wellness Exam

Wellness Exam More than likely you visit the doctor and/or dentist at least once a year. Are you doing the same for your pet? Because cats and dogs age quicker than us, taking them to the veterinary hospital once a year is like you going once in five to seven years! October is National Pet Wellness Month (NPWM); celebrate by committing to your furry
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Mini-Horse Popular with Local Seniors

Napan Kristy Pruett has a lot going on in her life. She works full-time as a Napa Police Department Dispatcher. She owns and shows “a lot” of horses, including 20 miniature horses. She has 3 dogs, and also spends time with her human family members. Included in her busy life were trips to Sacramento to volunteer with one of her miniature horses, Banner, through
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Be Cruelty Free

Did you know that in laboratories around the country, thousands of animals are suffering and dying to test shampoo, mascara, and other cosmetics? Terrified mice, rabbits, rats, and guinea pigs have substances forced down their throat, dripped into their eyes, or smeared onto their skin before they are killed. It’s the ugly secret of the beauty industry that we’re determined to stop. Join our
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