Kimberly Alt

What Do I Do If My Dog Bites Someone?

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So many questions come to mind when you think about what would happen if your dog bit someone. What do I do to stop my dog? Is everyone ok? Do I need to call for help? Do I report the incident to someone? Could I get sued? Your dog biting someone could possibly be one of the worst things you could imagine. Not only could someone get seriously injured but your dog could be taken away from you. It’s important that you know what to do should your dog bite someone…

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Pet Insurance Reviews 2021: The Best Companies And Plans Reviewed By A Licensed Professional

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Fido just leaped for a frisbee, and now he’s limping. What’s wrong with him? Do I need to take him to the vet? How much will it cost? This is why pet insurance is so critical. In a time of panic, you should focus on your dog’s health, not worrying about paying for it. Our pet insurance experts (including a licensed professional) review the industry’s most reputable companies, conduct extensive research, and analyze customer feedback. In addition, our pet insurance reviews are regularly updated throughout the year as providers undergo changes to their policies, premiums, payout limits, reimbursements, customer service experience, and more. Who are the best pet insurance companies this year? Let’s find out.

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Why Do Dogs Bury Bones?

Why Do Dogs Bury Bones?

You may find your dog burying a toy or bone, then digging it up and reburying it elsewhere. This is very common. In fact, your dog may even “bury” items inside on furniture or carpeting. Sometimes they’ll even bury things in piles of laundry. So the next time you’re looking for the TV remote, car keys or your cellphone you may want to look under the couch cushions and in your laundry! Find out why they do this and how to get them to stop…

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Who Let The Dogs Out? Not You (With The Best Dog Gates)

Dog walking through gate (Caption:Best Dog Gates)

Is your dog getting into rooms they’re not supposed to? Maybe your pup is stealing socks from the laundry room or destroying the downstairs area after you’ve cleaned it up. You’re not alone! But lucky for you, dog gates can help. Pups can be sneaky, and it’s nearly impossible to keep your eyes on them at all times. That’s why pet gates are a great idea for your home…

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What Is Kennel Cough?

Dog coughing (Caption: What Is Kennel Cough?)

Is your dog coughing more than usual? If they are making a hacking sounds (like they have a hairball stuck in their throat) and your dog recently spent a lot of time around other pups (or a common place like the groomer, dog park or pet store) and is showing signs of respiratory distress, they may have picked up a curable illness of Kennel cough…

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Rabies Symptoms In Dogs

Dog with bandage on paw (Caption: Rabies Symptoms in Dogs)

Is your dog foaming at the mouth and acting erratic? Hope not but as a kid that is how the symptoms of dog rabies was always described to me! So, what should we really watch for to keep our furry friends healthy and up to date on their vaccines? And do we need to watch out for infected animals that may be of danger to not only our pets, but us as well? Learn more about rabies and what you should do if your dog is bitten by an infected animal…

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How To Deal With Separation Anxiety In Dogs

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Unable to leave home without your dog destroying the place? Or maybe your neighbor calls your landlord to complain about the howling pup? If this story sounds familiar, there’s a chance your dog is suffering from separation anxiety. In this article, we will explain what dog separation anxiety is and how you can help your dog overcome her fears.

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Dog First Aid Kit: What Should You Include?

Dog with a sweater and thermostat in mouth (Caption: Guide To Making a First Aid Kit For Your Dog)

You’re hiking along with your dog when suddenly she trips over a rock and starts limping. What do you do? When hiking and camping, you probably bring a first aid kit for humans, but don’t forget to be equally prepared for your furry friend. Learn some of the most common injuries for dogs and what to include in your dog emergency kit, so you are prepared to help.

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Tips On How To Clean Dogs’ Ears

Guide to Cleaning Your Dogs Ears

It’s easy for a dog’s ears to become tainted with parasites, bacteria and yeast due to the curvature of its ear. If debris becomes trapped in the dog’s ear, an infection may occur. This is why it’s extremely important to check your dog’s ears regularly. Learn how to clean your pup’s ears and why you might want to take care of this more regularly…

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