How Often Should I Bathe My Newborn?

After Birth The first days after birth is a unique time in your baby’s life. They are adjusting to life outside the womb, learning how to breastfeed and more. To make this transition smoother, most experts recommend delaying baby’s first...

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PetSafe Offers 5 Tips to Ease Post-Pandemic Separation Anxiety in Pets

After more than a year of quality time with their pets at home, dog and cat parents are planning a return to the office, making travel plans, or simply leaving for social outings as the pandemic slows. With these...

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How to Choose a Great Pediatrician

Parents take different approaches when choosing a pediatrician. Some choose the pediatrician on call in the hospital when their baby is born or pick a doctor from their insurance directory. Others do detailed research and conduct an interview to...

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Protecting your Pooch’s Paws in Summer!

Here Comes the Sun and with-it potential dangers for your dog’s paws. Dogs Paws seem so tough and durable, used every day, everywhere. But did you know they are actually as sensitive as human feet? Many people recognize the need...

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When To Buy Baby’s Crib & How To Make Sure It’s Safe

Pregnancy can be a confusing time for a first-time mom and the checklist can seem never-ending. Not to mention that you seem to be getting advice from every direction. But, first and foremost, you need to create a safe...

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Welcome to Baby Safety Month 2020!

Today is the first day of Baby Safety Month 2020! We have a lot of exciting things lined up this month, so be sure to tune in to our emails and social media channels for updates. Want to join in...

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How To Welcome a Rescue Pet into Your Home

Interested in bringing a pet home from an animal shelter or rescue group? Dana Humphrey AKA "The Pet Lady" lists 5 helpful ways to welcome that rescue pet into your home. 1. Start slow & quiet No celebration or welcome home...

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Decompression time for newly adopted dogs with Johnna Devereaux, Clinical Pet Nutritionist (CPN)

Are you planning on bringing a new pup home from the shelter? Some things to consider! Understand that life as this pup knows it just drastically changed from the kennel to your home. Provide a safe space (or two) where the pup...

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Holiday Hazards for Your Pets

We hope that the holidays are filled with nothing but love and happiness for you and your pets. Just remember that it is also a busy time and to pay special attention to your beloved dogs and cats with...

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11 Toys You Didn’t Know Were Invented By Women

Female inventors aren’t “playing” around when it comes to creating iconic items. We know Kevlar and the theory of Radioactivity were invented by women, but women have also "played" a vital role in the way we challenge our brains...

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