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Air pet travel safety

When it comes to air pet travel, everyone does their part to ensure your pet’s safety. The US. Department of Transportation says two million animals travel on commercial flights each year. Air Cargo World found that less than 0.01 percent of pets that fly have incidents, making it quite safe. There are even worldwide organizations… View Article
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Arden Moore’s Mutt-Gyver™ Health and Safety Tips

Download a pet first aid app on your cell phone Now!! Arden recommends American Red Cross’ Pet First Aid App: http://www.redcross.org/mobile-apps/pet-first-aid-app Creative pet first aid kit items: a large towel, shoelaces, tongue depressors or popsicle stick (splints), white crew socks (to wrap on injured paw), a spare 6-foot nylon leash to use as a makeshift… View Article
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Flying with a service animal

Flying with a service animal is quite different than flying with a pet, though many rules and regulations  are the same, the process for service animals is a bit different.. So what is a service animal exactly? Service pets are usually dogs or in some cases miniature horses who provide a service to a handler…. View Article
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Picking a rescue: part 1 (pet shelter)

Finding the perfect pet for you family can happen in many different ways, some people will search for a great breeder with a specific breed of dog in mind, while others prefer to visit a shelter and see which pet will “speak” to them. The more people adopt from shelters the more we see these… View Article
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