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How to Spot Fleas
Fleas reproduce quickly and efficiently,so by the time you notice a few there are guaranteed to be many more. Learn how to spot this pest in a timely manner so you can begin treatment as soon as possible.

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Natural Flea Solutions
There are many things you can to to stop fleas from getting comfortable in your home or on your pet. Our natural flea solutions include a range of non-toxic treatments as well as tips for proactive inventions.

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Chemical Flea Solutions
We'll help you compare your options, discuss the pros and cons of available chemical treatments and break down how some of the most popular chemical flea treatments work.

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Dog Behavior Interventions
There's no such thing as a bad dog. But bad dog behavior is real and it can be devastating for owners.

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Ringworm Information
Dogs can get it, cats can get it, and so can horses and humans. It's easy to contract and spreads like wildfire. Learn how to prevent and treat ringworm.

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Prescriptions for Pet Anxiety
If your dog exhibits fearful, aggressive or destructive behaviors, he might be suffering from anxiety. Talk to your doctor about available treatments and the pros and cons of MAOIs, SSRIs and other medications.

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Pets & Fleas
Where do fleas come from? How do fleas get on my pet? Why are fleas so hard to control? These are all questions we'll be addressing in this blog.

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Ringworm Education
Ringworm is extremely contagious and can result in paintful, itchy welts all over. However, it's also easily preventable and treatments for it are highly affordable.

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Capstar Information
Fleas can be difficult to control, but we offer a range of solutions - both natural and chemical - to help you get ahead and stay ahead of the problem. Capstar is a use-as-needed oral flea treatment. We'll break it down here.

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Urinary Incontinence After Spaying
Up to 20-percent of spayed female dogs are affected by urinary incontinence due to the procedure. Acquired urinary incontinence is treatable.

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Compulsive Dog Behavior
Tackling dog anxiety requires a well-rounded approach. In this article, we'll single out compulsive dog behaviors such as tail chasing and licking to help you find easy solutions you can combine with other proactive training methods or anxiety medications.

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4 Types of Common Pet Anxiety
Anxiety is a common issue for dogs. Most dogs suffer from mild & manageable varieties of anxiety, however, if you have a dog that's severely anxious, compulsive or aggressive, you know that it can greatly diminish the peace in your home and the bond you have with your animal. Anxiety is treatable.

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