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Preparing for a Canine Emergency

Preparing for a Canine Emergency

Posted by on Apr 28, 2014

Would you know what to do if there was an emergency with your dog?   I was just reading an article about bloat and it is really scary. It made me realize there are lots of ways I should be prepared for a canine emergency, but I’m not right now. So, I made a list of some questions that would be good for any dog owner to ask their vet. I also think it...

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Poisonous Plants for Dogs

Poisonous Plants for Dogs

Posted by on Apr 21, 2014

April Showers bring May Flowers But be careful what your Lab eats, even in the house! I’ve always been aware that there are certain plants to avoid having in your garden because they are hazardous to dogs. But when Milo decided it would be a good idea to pull one of the flowers out of a vase on the coffee table, I suddenly realized I should probably...

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Good Flooring Options for Dog Owners

Good Flooring Options for Dog Owners

Posted by on Apr 14, 2014

Photo Credit: John Loo Creative Commons License I previously talked about my love of wood floors, even if you have a dog. However, not everyone wants to live with “distressed” floors or deal with getting their floors refinished. Maybe you’re part of that group of people, but you still like all the other benefits of having hard flooring....

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Pros and Cons of Adding a Second Lab

Pros and Cons of Adding a Second Lab

Posted by on Apr 7, 2014

Now that we have had Milo for six months, I thought I’d write a reflection on the pros and cons of adding a second lovable Lab to your family. Milo joined our family when he was a mere 9 weeks old and Maddie was already ten years old. In a perfect world it might have been better to add a second Lab when Maddie was a few years younger, but life didn’t work...

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