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Pet Hydration: The Facts You Need to Know

Keeping water available to indoor and outdoor pets may seem like common sense. However, the July heat reminds us that there are several dangers to not keeping pets properly hydrated.What are common symptoms of dehydration in pets?In a recent interview with Karen Reilly-Brickett, safety manager for It Takes a Village Pet Care and a certified... Read more

5 Steps to Compost Pet Waste & Turn into Garden Gold

There are nearly 90 million pet dogs in the United States and 94 million pet cats, according to the American Pet Products Association. With that many pets, tons of pet waste – much of it in plastic bags – ends up in the garbage each year. But with a little bit of space, pet owners... Read more

Safety Tips for Camping with Cats and Dogs

'Tis the season for camping, and this year it is especially popular since it is a vacation where social distancing can easily be followed. Camping is always a fun, and relaxing adventure especially when you include the family pet. To keep that feeling going throughout the trip, it’s important to do some pre-planning and a... Read more

Compost These 7 Pet Items for a Healthier Garden

Gardeners usually try to keep their beloved pets out of their planter boxes, but there are some things from our pets that can actually benefit growing plants and trees.If you compost, you've probably considered all the things you can toss in your compost pile, from carrot tops to coffee grounds, but have you thought of... Read more

How Hot is too Hot? The Facts About Dogs in Cars

As we approach summer and warmer temperatures in New Hampshire, we start to see instances of people leaving their dogs in cars without the AC running. The hottest, most sultry days of summer, are the 40 days beginning July 3 and ending August 11. As we transition into summer, it is important for pet owners... Read more