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Wondering if You Should Foster a Dog? Yes – And Here’s How!

Wondering if You Should Foster a Dog? Yes – And Here’s How!

Fostering a dog allows a dog to move into your home, freeing up room at rescue

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How to Read Your Dog for a Stronger Relationship

How to Read Your Dog for a Stronger Relationship

Dogs have taken on a variety of roles in our lives: guardians, working partners

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Nutrition Feeding Guidelines For Your Dog

Nutrition Feeding Guidelines For Your Dog

In the last couple of months, pet ownership in the US has soared. More than 90 million homes in America (70%) have pets. Dogs are the most popular pets, followed by cats and others. Modern science confirms that keeping a dog is good for the heart and mind. Would you like to adopt a dog? Just as your newfound furry buddy would boost your health and well-being, you ought to return the favor and treat them well. There is no better way to show love and care to your dog than to feed them well. Good nutrition and regular vet checkups...

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Let’s Talk About Costs When Adopting a Dog

Let’s Talk About Costs When Adopting a Dog

Adopting is a great way to rescue dogs and help animal shelters, as we’ve discussed in our article ‘Wondering if You Should Foster a Dog?’  While the post is centered on fostering, adopting is quite similar in a way. You still get to care for a dog except it’s permanent. Still, before diving into adoption, potential dog owners need to be prepared for the expenses that come with it. There’smuch to consider and pay for, such as their food and care supplies and adoption fees. Being aware of these is important so you can rest assured that you’ll be able to...

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Get Your Pet Ready for Summer

Get Your Pet Ready for Summer

Summer brings opportunities for lots of outdoor fun with your pet, along with some challenges.It’s important to protect animals from dangers, as well as keep them comfortable and entertained. With a bit of preparation and the following tips from Pacific Pups Rescue, you and your pet can enjoy the warmer months. Avoid too much concentrated heatClosed cars can quickly heat to temperatures that are unbearable for animals. The layer of fur they have also affects their comfort level. Dogs cannot sweat the way humans do, they cool off by panting and only the nose and paw pads can perspire. So so don’t...

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