Kimberly Alt

Why Do Dogs Eat Dirt? (Is It An Unhealthy Habit?)

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Dogs love digging holes in the ground, but what happens if they take it a step further and eat the dirt? In addition to making them a muddy mess, is ingesting soil harmful to your pup? First, you need to determine the frequency of your dog’s dirt disposition. If your dog consumes soil infrequently, it’s probably fine (but it’s always good to discuss this with your vet). However, if your dog routinely devours dirt, there may be cause for concern…

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Legitimate Emotional Support Animal Registration

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Studies show that being around dogs can help relax and calm people in as little as 10 minutes. It’s no wonder that people suffering from anxiety and depression commonly use dogs as emotional support animals. Find out how to accurately obtain emotional support animal documentation and provide proof that your condition requires the need for an animal when renting a home…

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Best Dog Wheelchair: Help Your Dog Walk Again

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A dog’s life is already too short. A dog wheelchair can extend your dog’s active years and improve its quality of life.
The most important thing with these wheelchairs is to make sure you measure your dog correctly, so you purchase the correct size. Once you have a wheelchair, you’ll want to carefully read the instructions to ensure you have it fit precisely to your dog…

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AKC Pet Insurance & PetPartners Review: Does It Offer The Best Coverage At The Lowest Price?

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The American Kennel Club (AKC) is well-known in the pet world for its expertise in breed, health and training for dogs. PetPartners, Inc. partnered with AKC in 2003 and administers AKC Pet Insurance. But, in 2009, they also started selling the exact same pet insurance policy under their own brand name: PetPartners. So, you can choose which brand name you’d prefer to represent your pet without any change in coverage. But, regardless of the brand name, what does this policy cover? That’s precisely what we’ll dive into here…

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