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Whether it’s a flood, hurricane, or tornado, natural disasters are something you need to be prepared for. When you’re making preparedness plans for you and your family, don’t forget your pet as well. Print out some “missing” posters. If you should get separated before, during, or after the disaster, you need to be able to…

Halloween is almost here, and you know what that means – costumes and candy! But while the humans in your family will likely have a grand old time, for your cat, it could be an entirely different story. Whether you have one cat or eight, you can get them through the holiday safe and happy…

Halloween is one of the most exciting holidays of the year. Trick-or-treating is a chance to go out and have fun as a family, but should you include your dog? Ask yourself these questions: Is he usually afraid of strangers or small children? Does he panic when it’s dark outside? Is he unable to cope…

Autumn is here! You can find “pumpkin spice” everything, leaves are starting to fall and the weather is getting chillier. Here are a few pet-related tips to keep in mind during this time of year. Be careful with the decorations. Fall means the quick arrival of Halloween, Thanksgiving, and other festive holidays. Shiny objects could…