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Why Every Senior Dog Needs an Animal Chiropractor

Advanced Animal Chiropractic

Aging is not easy for anyone, especially our dogs. A dog may get weaker in the back end or find it hard to get up and down; she might stop using stairs or experience discomfort. This can be tough for a pet owner to come to grips with.

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5 Reasons You Should Scoop Dog Poop From The Lawn

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by Eric Hall | Pet Domestic, Manager We love our four-legged friends. They offer affection and companionship, keep us company, make us laugh, and even help us feel more secure in our homes. For many of us, our dogs are a part our family we couldn’t imagine living without. 

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A Winter’s Survival Guide For First Time Chicken Owners

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by Heath Ward, co-founder of City Chick How do chickens handle the winter? It’s always one of the first questions someone asks during one of the chicken classes that I teach in Atlanta. If this is your first winter with backyard chickens, you’re probably going to worry about what to do with your flock once …

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Choosing a Good Dog For Young Kids in the Home

Hart to Heart Canine Training

by Julie Hart, owner of Hart to Heart Canine Training and founder of RescueDogsResponsibly.com Adopting a dog is one of the few times we can choose a family member.  When people think of having a dog, they usually have visions of walking, hiking, going to an outdoor café, and just hanging out with a best friend.  …

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Picking Your Next Pet After Loss

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by Kara Udziela, Animal Communicator and owner of Pet’s Eye View Losing a great companion animal is one of the biggest heartaches we will ever experience. Some people are so heartbroken, they swear they will never love another animal. Although I understand this deep pain, after years of communicating with animals, I can tell you …