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Great Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas

February 8, 2018

Share the love with your companions this Valentine’s Day! Choose from tasty treats, fun toys, plush beds and spa-like treatments so they are pampered and know how much you love them. Bakery suggestions Grab a two-pack of heart shaped iced biscuits. These festive cookies in red and pink will be a hit! Plus nothing says…

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Product Highlight: The Itch Is Back Oatmeal Shampoo

February 7, 2018
The Itch Is Back oatmeal shampoo is available at Wag N' Wash.

Itchy skin is a common problem amongst dogs and causes can be anything from allergies to hot spots. If you notice your dog is scratching more than usual, make an appointment at your regular veterinarian. He can help you determine the cause of the itching and possibly find a permanent solution. If a dog has…

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5 Tips for Brushing Pet Teeth

February 2, 2018
Brushing pet teeth is an important routine to start.

There’s no denying it. Dogs and cats are pretty much the cutest things out there. The internet has endless photos to prove this. However, nothing ruins a snuggle session with your companion quicker than bad pet breath! If your dog or cat has stinky breath, your first step should be a visit to your regular…

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Tips to Choose a Great Groomer

January 26, 2018
Tips to Choose a Great Groomer

Here are some tips to choose a great groomer you and your companion will love. Start with specific questions: Is the groomer familiar with breed specialized cuts? Does the groomer have a portfolio to show? Does the groomer do one dog at a time? What is the maximum time you can expect your companion to…

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Adoption Success Story: Buster

January 23, 2018
Buster was rescued by Second Chance Animal Rescue before being adopted by Steve and Kandiss.

Buster wasn’t always known by that name. He was once a homeless, nameless Papillon mix with parvovirus and an injured toe. That’s until he was found by the amazing people at Second Chance Animal Rescue and his life was changed forever! In the first of our series of Wag N’ Wash adoption success stories, take…

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Should You Use Acupuncture?

January 18, 2018
Canine Acupuncture

Should You Use Acupuncture? Pet guardians love happy, healthy and active companions. Because chronic illness and injuries can develop over a lifetime, a veterinarian should be the first stop if you notice changes in activity levels or comfort. Ask your vet if alternative treatments like acupuncture should be part of the plan for your pet.…

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6 Tips to Choose the Right Trainer

January 15, 2018
6 Tips to Choose the Right Trainer

Training should be a fun experience that provides a great opportunity for you to bond with your dog. It also sets the tone for your companion’s lifelong behavior skills. Here are some tips that will help you select the right trainer for you and your pet. Methodology There is no schooling or certification required to…

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Banana-Berry Goat’s Milk Bites

January 11, 2018
Banana-Berry Goat's Milk Bites

Have you tried raw goat’s milk yet? It’s a great, nutrient-rich way to elevate the health of your pet! The vitamins, minerals, electrolytes, trace elements, enzymes, protein and fatty acids in raw goat milk are easily absorbed, making it a great addition to your dog or cat’s diet. Try this Wag Recipe with raw goat’s…

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6 Benefits of Regular Exercise

January 10, 2018
6 Benefits of Regular Exercise

It’s no surprise that regular exercise contributes to a healthier life for companion animals. However, it can be an easy thing to forget about. After a long day of work, you may not want to take your pup for a walk. Before you know it, it’s been a couple of days since your canine companion…

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5 Tips for Pet Weight Control

January 4, 2018
5 Tips for Pet Weight Control

According to petobesityprevention.org, “An estimated 59% of cats and 54% of dogs in the United States are overweight or obese.” These are alarming numbers! Extra weight on your animal companion can increase their risk of diabetes, bone and joint damage, heart disease and increased blood pressure, breathing issues, decreased immune function and an increased risk…

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