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Love your pet News for December 15 2017

Dachshund Gifts, Custom-made Dachshund Clothes

Show your love and devotion to the Doxie in a fun, expressive way with our collectible gifts and accessories to satisfy any Dachshund enthusiast. Shop with confidence on the most-loved Dachshund website. We’ve scoured the Earth to bring you the best wiener dog gifts and accessories you’ll find anywhere. Our goal is to offer The Best Kept Secrets not found in most places.
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Frame Your Pet – Los Angeles Pet Photographer

Love is the answer. … My clients will tell you, the results of working with FRAME YOUR PET exceeded expectations. If you are passionate about your dog or cat, …
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Pet Insurance for Dogs & Cats with ASPCA Pet Health Insurance

One more way to say you love them. Get your pet insurance quote today
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Love your pet News for December 14 2017

Your Pet Will Love His Stay at The Fur!

Be sure to visit our Activities Page to pick some of the wonderful options we have available for your pet during his stay! Only $24.Each dog has a private and spacious indoor/outdoor run and plenty of cool drinking water! Overnight Stays – 2 Dogs.Two dogs sharing a run get 25% off the second pet Sorry, multi-pet discounts good for dogs only. For the comfort of your pet, both dogs must be 40 lbs. Or bring your pet’s favorite food from home and we will prepare it according to your pet’s liking for FREE! Daily housekeeping service is included so your pet is always kept clean and tidy. The Fur Pet Resort takes pride in our cleanliness and veterinarian grade disinfectants. Pets are charged for arrival day regardless of time checked in. There is a three day minimum charge during peak times. We cannot accept any pet without proof of up-to-date vaccinations. Long term stays-21 days or longer-receive 20% off bill. Discounts on overnight stays: Active and Retired Military, Law Enforcement and Firefighters receive 15% off total bill.
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Picture the finest hotel, restaurant and workout facility. Now picture that same quality for America’s pets. That is the level of style and sophistication that owners and their pets will experience at Pet Resort Dallas. Our staff are certified, well trained and respect all pets as their own. We are on site 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, ensuring that your dog is kept clean, dry, healthy, well exercised and most of all happy. We are more than just a kennel in Dallas TX. We are proud to provide dog boarding, daycare, and grooming to Dallas and the surrounding communities, including North Dallas, Highland Park, Uptown, and University Park TX. Book your dog’s stay today!
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Toms Love Mobile Grooming

Keeping your pet groomed can be a real chore – which is why you should contact Toms Love Mobile Grooming. We are a family-owned and -operated pet grooming company specializing in giving your furry pal the attention he or she needs. Our master groomer has 20 years of experience, which means he knows how to work his magic on animals of all breeds. Toms Love Mobile Grooming will give your pet a sharp new look to make him or her the pride of the neighborhood.
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Love your pet News for December 13 2017

Adopt a Dog, Puppy, Cat, Kitten, Horse, or Other Pet

Whether you’re hoping to adopt a kitten, puppy, cat, dog, horse, parrot, exotic pet, rabbit, hamster, or any type of pet, you’ll find the next love of your life at your local, independent SPCA for Monterey County. Our comfortable, compassionate new Adoption Center is a safe haven for pets while they wait for their new homes. This quiet, happy place showcases cats, kittens, dogs, puppies, rabbits, and other small pets that you can adopt into your heart and home. While here, you can drive past barn animals you can adopt, such as horses, goats, pigs, donkeys, chickens, or roosters. You can also ask about our Wildlife Center, which rescues injured and orphaned wild animals and provides shelter for adoptable exotic pets. The following media outlets generously provide print space and air time for many of our adoptable pets. We thank them and our business sponsors for their kindness and assistance in helping to place homeless animals in our community. During these spots, you will learn about your SPCA and meet cats, kittens, puppies, dogs, horses, parrots, reptiles, exotic pets, birds, hamsters, rabbits, barn animals and other amazing pets you can adopt. KION-TV 46.”Pet of the Week” Thursday morning news at 6:50 am KSBW-TV 8.”Pet of the Week” Saturday morning news at 7:40 am.
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Tail Wagging: Dogs use their tails to express many different emotions, from fear to excitement. You can tell your dog is happy to see you when his tail is wagging so hard that his behind sweeps from side to side. Licking: Like wagging, there are many different reasons that dogs lick. Puppies use licking to indicate to their mother that they’re ready to be fed, but older dogs may lick to show submission. Since dogs typically groom only when a solid bond has formed, when your dog licks you, it’s a way to tell that he’s feeling love. Guarding: Dogs truly are man’s most loyal friends, and your dog will always stand by your side to show his love – literally. Most dogs love to guard their owner, whether it’s during times of danger, or if you’re simply hanging out on the front porch. Your dog may show his love by following your every move. Play fighting is normal between two dogs, but can also take place between owner and pup. Leaning: Have you ever felt your pup lean his head against your leg? Gently nuzzling his owner is a dog’s way of saying hello. Smiling: Dogs often open their mouths into a grin to show relaxation and happiness. Dog doors give pets the freedom to roam between indoors and outdoors, offering endless playtime and exercise.
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Let’s Try To Solve Your Parrot Problems

Pet owners have called me, inquiring on buying a replacement bird, and they end up talking to me for hours about their pet and how much they miss them. YOUR PET HAS DIED. WHAT DO YOU DO NOW?It may not seem obvious, but if you have more then one bird in your home you need to investigate the cause of the birds death. Failure to immediately identify the cause of death could end up costing you even more birds. The only good way to find the cause of death is to take your bird to a qualified avian vet and have an avian necropsy done. If the bird died as the result of an accident, be sure that the problem is corrected so it won’t happen to other birds. There are several organizations that do research into various bird diseases that can always use the support. DOES THE BIRD’S MATE SEEM DEPRESSED?Some birds won’t handle the death of a cage mate. There are many tales about birds mating for life, such as the Lovebird or Doves. We have taken in a number of rescue cases where the owner died and nobody wanted the bird. The bird was in obvious depression and showing signs of health problems. After a few weeks of giving the bird love and attention, they have fully recovered. Tags]pet bird death, parrot death, bird death[/tags].
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Love your pet News for December 12 2017

National Love Your Pet Day 2017 Facebook

Check out this great video we created to honor some of our favorite pets during National Love Your Pet Day – 2017.

Your Pets |

Are you looking for the perfect pet for your family, but you haven’t really decided on which type of pet is right for you? Browse our online pet directory to learn about the many types and species of animals that are out there for you to choose from. We also have a professional reviews from amazon for Electric dog fence & Pet toys for invisible dog fence product see here. Also see Flexpetz.com for electric dog fence products or petsafe for petsafe brand pet containment products. A cat doesn’t require your constant attention, but can be quite loving when she or he wants to. Another great thing about cats is that they are very intelligent. Cats are a relatively low-maintenance animal to have as a pet as they clean themselves and require very little grooming. Your cat just needs a warm place to sleep and a good cuddle, whenever they are ready for it of course. From a long-haired Himalayan to a hairless Sphynx and everything in between, having a cat of your own can be quite Purrrrfect! BirdsIf you are looking for a pet that will bond strongly with you, a bird is a great choice. Since reptiles don’t have fur, they are a great choice for people who are allergic to pet dander. In Great Britain, the third most popular pet to have is fish. A fish can be a great starter pet, to help teach kids the responsibility of caring for a pet.
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Inspiring Pet Loss Quotations

Jarod Kintz, American authorYou know what I like most about people? Pets. Steve Allen, American television personality, comedian and authorOld men miss many dogs. Mary Tyler Moore, American actressI feel about my dogs now, and all the dogs I had prior to this, the way I feel about children – they are that important to me. James Thurber, American author and cartoonistIf I have any beliefs about immortality it is that certain dogs I know will go to heaven, and very few people. Dean Koontz, American authorFew human beings give of themselves to another as a dog gives of itself. Marlee Matlin, American actress and authorWe had a dog, Apples. Abraham Lincoln, American presidentI care not for a man’s religion whose dog and cat are not the better for it. Will Rogers, American humorist and actorIf there are no dogs in Heaven, then when I die I want to go where they went. Amy Sedaris, American authorSometimes losing a pet is more painful than losing a human because in the case of the pet, you were not pretending to love it. Billy Graham, American Christian evangelistI think God will have prepared everything for our perfect happiness. Bob Barker, American television personalityA person who has never owned a dog has missed a wonderful part of life. Sir Walter Scott, Scottish authorThe misery of keeping a dog is his dying so soon.
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Pet Rabbit Bonding

When considering adding a second bunny to your family, oftentimes you can set up a “Speed dating” session at a rabbit shelter. Although it doesn’t always happen, your rabbit could actually experience love at first sight with another rabbit there, making the bonding process much easier. Even if the shelter doesn’t offer speed dating, the staff will know the personalities of their available rabbits and may suggest one that would make a good bonding candidate. This is an added benefit of adopting a rabbit from a shelter/rescue as opposed to buying one from a breeder or pet store. Neutered/spayed rabbits are less aggressive and make better candidates for bonding. Even if your rabbit is generally gentle and calm, when a new bunny enters the scene, you may see some very aggressive behavior. Rabbits can bite, claw or swat at each other potentially inflicting great harm. A good way to have your rabbits become acquainted is to place their pens/cages next to each other. We kept our rabbits in separate rooms at the start of their bonding process. Common actions between rabbits in a bonding session can include: chasing, nipping, swatting, spraying or mounting. These sessions may be repeated many times before the rabbits feel comfortable with each other. After each session be sure to check both rabbits for any injuries.
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Love your pet News for December 11 2017

When a Pet Dies

For most kids, pets are more than just animals their families own – they’re members of the family and the best of friends. The joy of owning a pet goes hand-in-hand with the heartbreak of losing one, whether because of old age, illness, or an accident. Family pets often are the first to greet kids in the morning and after school. Your pet may be the one your child looks to for comfort and companionship when ill or feeling unpopular or upset. While it’s impossible to shelter kids from the loss of a pet, you can help them cope with it. Because a pet’s death might be their first time losing a loved one, the grieving process can help kids learn how to cope with other losses throughout life. One of the most difficult parts about losing a pet may be breaking the bad news to kids. If your pet is very old or has a lingering illness, consider talking to kids before the death occurs. The pet will die peacefully, without feeling hurt or scared. It’s OK to use words like “Death” and “Dying” or to say something like “The veterinarian will give our pet a shot that first puts it to sleep and then stops the heart from beating.” Many kids want a chance to say goodbye beforehand, and some may be old enough or emotionally mature enough to be there to comfort the pet during the process. If you do have to euthanize your pet, be careful about saying the animal went “To sleep” or “Got put to sleep.” Young kids tend to interpret events literally, so this can conjure up scary misconceptions about sleep or surgery and anesthesia. If the pet’s death is more sudden, calmly explain what has happened.
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Tender Loving Care for Your Pet

As a pet owner myself I was concerned about leaving my pet’s care in the hands of strangers. I understand the guilt and anxiety we feel when we need others to care for our pets. I found there is a need for reliable people – someone we can trust to leave our pets in their caring hands. Upon retiring from Visa after over 14 years of service, I created Pet TLC. During eleven of those years at Visa I was an event management professional and know the meaning of caring, quality, customer service and follow-through. I bring these skills with me as a professional pet sitter. As a cat owner for many years, I have experience with feral, adopted and Pedigreed cats. As a volunteer at the Peninsula Humane Society I work with many different types of dogs under stressful conditions to give them exercise, affection, discipline and play time to ease their days until they are adopted by someone to love and care for them. As a volunteer at the Wildlife Care Center I am fortunate to work other types of animals reptiles, raptors, birds, raccoons, rabbits whatever comes into the shelter in need of care. I work as part of a team to nurse them back to health so they can be returned to the wild as soon as possible. Your pets require and deserve a tremendous amount of quality companionship and play time. We will customize our services to fit your needs all you have to do is ask. Our clients trust no one other than us to take care of their pets and their homes while they are away.
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Fostering at Angel PAWS

Fostering, in addition to providing an animal with much needed love and attention, allows us to evaluate the animal’s temperament and habits. Angel PAWS is currently concentrating on cats and are not placing dogs in foster homes. Actually, it could cost absolutely nothing! Angel PAWS can provide all the food and supplies that you need to foster your pet. We simply ask that you open your home and provide the love and attention your foster pet will need. Since Angel PAWS is a non-profit organization run solely by private donation, anything you provide is an additional donation to the animals. An Angel PAWS representative will interview you to determine what your lifestyle and home situation is and help you choose the right foster pet for your home. If any additional medical attention is required for your foster pet, Angel PAWS will arrange a vet. Angel PAWS practices and encourages foster homes to follow quarantine guidelines to ensure the health of a new foster pet. With the exception of extreme medical conditions, Angel PAWS does not euthanize our animals. Angel PAWS holds adoption days nearly every weekend at pet supply stores to show our animals. There is sadness and usually some tears when your foster pet leaves but there is also an immense feeling of satisfaction that you have been a major part in saving an animal’s life. At Angel PAWS, since you know your foster pet better than anyone else, you have the final say as to whom your foster pet is adopted.
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Love your pet News for December 10 2017

Does the pet owner control the pet in a safe manner around people and other animals? q YES q NO 4. Does the pet seem to enjoy being touched or handled by people other than the handler? q YES q NO 9. Does the pet’s personality seem to suggest that this pet would make a good therapy pet? q YES q NO 10. Do you recommend that this pet be included in our therapy pet program? q YES q NO 11. Pet’s Name Cat or Rabbit Breed Pet Handler’s Name Age Yrs Visit Date 1 5-21-06 Length of Visit 60 minutes Facility Activity Performed Comments/Supervisor’s Signature Meadows Retirement Home Regularly scheduled weekly visit Great first visit / Joan Brown 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Revised 4/23/2017 Love on a Leash-Application for Cats and Rabbits Page 3 of 7 VISIT Evaluation for Cats and Rabbits INSTRUCTIONS TO EVALUATOR: This evaluation is to be filled out by the person who has supervised the pet and handler on at least five of the minimum ten supervised visits, and is to be completed after at least ten supervised visit hours have been completed and documented on the Supervised Visits Log. Is the handler able to get the pet close enough to people during visits? q YES q NO 5. Based on your observations, do you feel this pet is a good candidate for pet therapy? q YES q NO 8. Each person wishing to certify with a pet must complete a Control Evaluation, Supervised Visits Log, Visit Evaluation, and a Membership Application. If more than one person is certifying with the same pet, each person must certify individually and may not combine hours or evaluations with another person. Tell us about your pet: Name: Pet type: Date of birth: Breed: Sex: Spayed or Neutered? q YES q NO Color and Markings: Weight: Microchip #: 3. Declaration of Pet Behavior: Has your pet ever shown signs of aggression to other animals or people? q YES q NO 4. Acknowledgement of Owner/Handler Agreement and Member Guidelines: As the therapy pet’s owner and handler, I understand and agree that: I am responsible for all my pet’s actions at all times, including but not limited to financial or physical injury.
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Show your pet you love them by wearing them

Australian businesswoman and yarn fiend Marion Wheatland has devised a way for you to give your four-legged best friend – be they a dog, cat, guinea pig, or rabbit – the homage they deserve. By collecting your pets hair, Wheatland can turn your bestie, dead or alive, into a keepsake for life, by spinning their wool into an item of clothing, a rug or a photo frame. Wheatland was approached by a student at one of her yarn spinning classes with a genuine and really weird request: to spin her some yarn from her poodle Mango so she could wear it when she was cold. Never one to turn her nose up at a peculiar request, Wheatland set to work making a warm winter vest of poodle, a beanie quickly followed and before long, the pet-oriented garment requests came galloping in. That is when Wheatland started her pet yarn business, Spinning Pets Yarn. “Some people think we’re crazy but animals are part of the family,” Wheatland told Mashable Australia. So why not take all that hair your pet sheds on every precious, fabric-based possession you own and turn it into something useful and warm? Wheatland often receives requests from bereaved pet owners asking to have her create a memento from their beloved family friend and, depending on how long ago the animal died, she’s more than happy to oblige. For one previous client, Wheatland made enough yarn from the hair of a deceased pet for just a small square. Wheatland also has been known to spin husky hair into beanies to raise money for huskies, to spin in Antarctica to raise money for conservation and to teach spinning classes to get the local community involved in her extraordinary hobby. With the help of a wool classifying company, Wheatland has even been able to develop a scale for measuring the comfort factor for different types of pet fibre. Ignoring the novelty factor of it all, Wheatland has a fairly matter-of-fact approach to the whole practice.
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5 Ways Your Dogs Says I love You

We love our dogs as if they are members of our families, because to us they are! We show our dogs we love them in so many ways outside of just their regular care and maintenance, by doing things like buying them special treats and toys. How do our dogs tell us they love us too?, here are 5 ways your dogs says I Love You! Sometimes it might feel like a one-side relationship, but dogs love us just as much as we love them. While it seems to come at the most inopportune times, our dogs sometimes get playful and try to wrestle with us. This is their natural way of playing! If you’ve watched your pup play with another dog, you’ll recognize he’s offering the same behavior to you. Dogs are pack animals, and in the wild wolves and other canids sleep huddled together in packs. It’s also a way for your dog to show you he cares. While this is typically undesirable behavior, dogs jump on people because they like them. When you come home after work or from running some errands, your dog is excited and wants to rejoice at your return! While it’s better to teach dogs another and a more acceptable way to share their excitement, jumping should be seen as a display of affection. Although tail wagging isn’t always a sign of happiness, it’s generally displayed towards dog owners as a means of affection. When a dog is wagging his tail loosely, and his body language is showing other signs of comfort and excitement, it’s safe to say he’s very happy you’re around! Dogs will follow their owners for a variety of reasons, including their knowledge that you are typically the source of their food and shelter. Dogs are also pack animals that enjoy being with their families, and following you around is just another clue that your pup likes to stick by your side because he loves you.
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Love your pet News for December 09 2017

Do Pets Really Love Their Owners? | Pet Care and Health …

We know we love our pets, but do our pets love us? If by love you mean a strong attachment or bond to you, the main provider for their needs, then there are
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Love Your Pet Day Card * Free Love Your Pet Day Card * Love Your Pet Day Greeting Cards * Greeting Cards * Occasion Cards * Celebration Cards
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Can I Pet Your Werewolf? by Kel McDonald –Kickstarter

Kel McDonald is raising funds for Can I Pet Your Werewolf? on Kickstarter! A different take on those who get fluffy under a full moon. This is a collection of goofy …
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Love your pet News for December 08 2017

The Five Love Languages As Told By Pets

This video is filled with pets and love! The five love languages are the ways you give and receive love; words of affirmation, acts of service, receiving gifts, quality time and physical touch!…

Your pet will love Meadow Ridge Apartment! – apts/housing …

Call Now – This is a 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath, approximately 1100 Sq. Ft. Meadow Ridge features beautiful pet-friendly apartments in Norwich, Connecticut. Our apartments are …
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Products your PET will Love – Techkiddo.com

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Does your pet goat love you? | Playbuzz

Take this quiz and find out whether your bleating pet loves you or not.
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Love your pet News for December 07 2017

Love your baby pet sitting – pet services: dog walking …

I am an experienced Vet Tech who would love to take care of your babies dog or cat while you are away in home or visit. I have great references with great love for …
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Your Pet Could Be Ruining (Or Improving) Your Love Life

Fewer people felt a relationship would work out with a cat person. The cat does not care. (Stocksy)
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Does Your Pet Love You? 7 Ways Your Fur … – Scoop The Poop!

1. Your Kitty Loves To Groom You Mother cats groom their kittens from the moment they’re born, so being licked was one of your kitty’s very first feelings …
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Love your pet News for December 06 2017

6 Valentine’s Day gift ideas for your pet – SheKnows

Don’t forget your most loyal companion this valentine’ day — your pet. Here are 6 gifts that your pet will love.
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We Lov Pets | YOUR LOCAL PET KNOWLEDGE STORE

The world record for large cat was 46 lbs. We Lov Aquatics . We Lov Local
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Coyotes: Looking for love, your house pet – Cincinnati.com

WEST CHESTER TWP. It’s not just Valentine’s season for humans. Coyotes are out looking for love, too. And, more ominously, to snack on your house pet.
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