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Positive Walking Tools: Martingale Collars

Martingale Collars

Do you have a pup that wants to pull you on walks, almost as if they’re walking you? This habit can definitely turn a stroll into a very unpleasant one. Here you will learn about positive tool called a Martingale Collar. The Martingale collar has tons of benefits for creating a great atmosphere with you and your best friend during any walk of the day.

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Positive Walking Tools: Freedom Harness

Freedom Harness

A Freedom harness is a another great positive tool to help with walking. These harnesses are a wonderful way for you and your best friend to work together and start enjoying long neighborhood strolls again with less pulling.

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Adoptable Pup: Pebbles!

Hi! My Name is Pebbles!

Hi , my name is Pebbles. I am looking for my furever home. I am about 7-years-old, 75lbs and full of love! I am a Pitbull mix who is house trained and I know my basic commands. I love taking adventures and exploring the outdoors, and I also love cuddles and staying in. I am one of the volunteers favorites. Wanna snuggle?

I am described as a “sweetheart” and want to give you nothing but kisses. I am I the right pup for you?

Find more about Pebbles here: http://www.angelcitypits.org/dog/pebbles-1

Please contact Angel City Pits for more information: http://www.angelcitypits.org/webform/contact

Positive Reinforcement

We are a Positive Reinforcement Company

We believe in building a bond with your best friend. Positive Reinforcement strengthens your relationship and builds trust and understanding.

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Recognize the signs of dementia earlier so you can take steps to slow the process

Along with the distinguished graying around the muzzle and the slower plods up and down the steps, a certain serenity accompanies senior dogs. They can be gentle, knowing, and wise, content to lie at your feet while you read a book or to take leisurely walks with you through quiet neighborhoods.

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Listen To What Your Dog’s Ears Are Telling You!

Much like her tail, your dog’s ears offer great insight into how she’s feeling both physically and emotionally. With this new ebook from The Whole Dog Journal, you’ll learn how to read the signs of an ear infection, how to treat the condition safely, and how to keep her ears clean and problem-free.

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4 top nutrients every animal needs

 
 
 
top four nutrients

No matter what type of food you feed your dog or cat, these few specific supplements will give him important nutrients and improve his diet.

Many people, including veterinarians, believe that processed commercial pet foods have all the nutrients dogs and cats need for good health. As they begin to realize that excessive processing destroys nutrients, they may switch to better quality or fresher foods. But even when these diets contain a full complement of vitamins, minerals and other required nutrients, there’s still room for improvement. In fact, no matter what type of food you feed your companion, a few specific supplements will complement and improve his diet.

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Will you be my Valentine? Meet Abe!

 

What’s up guys? My name is Abe. Some call me Awesome Abe ?

I was found and rescued on the 710 freeway, a few years ago. As you can imagine, that was quite a scary experience and it’s left me a little unsure of things. It’s ok though, because I live with my forever foster family, who make me feel very safe and loved.

I would really love to have my own Live Love Leader! If you’re a Live Love Leader that means that you choose to donate regularly to help with my needs. It would honestly mean the world to a dog like me ??

 

If you are interested in donating to Abe’s care or adopting him. please contact Live Love rescue:

http://www.livelovepetcare.com/rescue

Keep pets’ safety in mind this Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving—it’s a time for falling leaves, family gatherings and plenty of turkey and stuffing—but the holiday is not always a festive time for pets. Pet Sitters International (PSI), the world’s leading educational organization for professional pet sitters, advises pet owners to keep in mind their four-legged family members’ safety when planning Thanksgiving activities this year.

“Simple holiday traditions, such as hosting a Thanksgiving feast for friends and family, can pose potential problems to pets if not monitored carefully,” advised PSI President Patti J. Moran. “Fortunately, there are simple precautions pet owners can take to help promote a safe and happy holiday for pets and humans alike.”

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10 Halloween Safety Tips for Pet

 

Halloween can be a festive and fun time for children and families. But for pets? Let’s face it, it can be a nightmare. Skip the stress and keep your pets safe this year by following these 10 easy tips.

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