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How to identify the signs of pain in your dog

How to identify the signs of pain in your dog

Often our dogs suffer quietly. Dogs can't speak, so it can sometimes be difficult to spot when they're in pain, whether due to injury or an underlying issue. However, several signs can indicate pain in dogs, and some are more noticeable than others. A dog's pain can...

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Human Foods that are Toxic to Dogs

Human Foods that are Toxic to Dogs

Dogs are not picky eaters and will eat pretty much anything and everything in front of them. However, this doesn't mean they should and that everything they want to eat is good for them. We from Pampered Pets want you to be aware of which foods are unsafe for your...

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How to Help your Nervous and Fearful Dog

How to Help your Nervous and Fearful Dog

Pets are such an essential part of our families, and we care deeply about their well-being, so it's understandably hard to see them deal with fear and anxiety. But we at Pampered Pets have some tips to help you help your dog feel calmer and at ease. Your priority with...

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12 Ways to Keep The Pep in the Step of Your Older Dog

12 Ways to Keep The Pep in the Step of Your Older Dog

Your dog is getting older -- and that’s a good thing! You probably have fewer chewed shoes and chair legs, and daily walks no longer feel like an extreme sport. You may wonder if your dog’s maturity means they are having less fun. Here’s more good news – dogs are...

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10 Adventures For Warm Weather Bonding With Your Dog

10 Adventures For Warm Weather Bonding With Your Dog

With the sun rising earlier and setting a little later every day, you now have extra hours that are perfect for adventuring with your dog. You have a whole wide world of dog-friendly activities open to you, so don’t settle for simply adding a couple more residential...

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A Dog’s New Year Resolution

A Dog’s New Year Resolution

What would your dog’s New Year resolution be? More excitement, more splendid adventures, more games, and more time with you? Is your dog a senior with the heart of a pup? Maybe your older dog’s resolution is to keep mind and body fit to keep age at bay, while also...

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