New Puppy Essentials

New Puppy Essentials

Before we were born, our parents prepared for the day they would bring us home. From bibs to blankets to bottles to booties, they either bought or were showered with things they thought would give us a great start in life. Well, all babies deserve to begin life in the best way possible. So, now that you’ve opened your home and your heart to a new puppy, we’re going to share our list of essentials you’ll need to lay the foundation for your furbaby’s fabulous future.

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How To Choose A Shelter Dog

How To Choose A Shelter Dog

Go to any animal shelter and you’ll likely find that there’s no short supply of canine companions longing to go to their furever homes. The typical shelter will have a diverse selection of dogs: large, small, long-haired, short-haired, high-strung, laid back, purebred, crossbred, and everything in between. So how do you sort through the differences to pick the right pooch?

Well, we’ve got an app for that…well, not really an app, but in this edition of Animal Facts, we’ll give you some tips to help you choose a shelter dog that will fit perfectly into your family and your hearts.

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How To Pick A Puppy Out Of A Litter

How To Pick A Puppy Out Of A Litter

The decision to give a puppy a furever home is a big deal, and should not be taken lightly. After you’ve zeroed in on a breed that suits your lifestyle and found a trustworthy breeder, the final and likely most challenging step in the process is choosing a pup. In this edition of Animal Facts, we’ll look at the factors you’ll need to consider when selecting not just “the pick of the litter,” but your pick of the litter.

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Parvovirus In Dogs and Puppies - Parvo

Parvovirus In Dogs and Puppies – Parvo

Canine Parvovirus is the last thing you want to hear about your puppy. It can be a battle for your pup’s life that can take months of recovery.

The canine parvovirus CPV2 infection is a highly contagious viral illness that affects dogs and is often fatal if left untreated. It’s a horrible virus that can be prevented. Commonly called Parvo, there is no cure, but as we’ll find out not all is bleak.

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