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Pet-icures and Other Paws-itivity from Petmasters

Welcome to the freshly relaunched monthly newsletter from Petmasters, where we’ve decided it’s spring (whether Mother Nature knows it yet or not). Spring! Time to take the dog for longer walks, sit outside with the chickens, and keep the cat from eating the blooms you’ve arranged in a vase on the table. And when you …

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Interview with Animal Communicator Julie Ulrich

Julie Ulrich Animal Communicator

Ever wish your pet could talk to you—in English? Well, there might just be a way to facilitate that. Learn how intuitive connection works in our exclusive interview with Julie Ulrich, animal communicator and Reiki master.

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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

dog poop free lawn

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

chickens in the winter

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 …