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Apartment Living With a Pet

Eva R. Marienchild

 · Feb 2, 2015

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Many apartment dwellers experience lean times when they are scraping to pay the rent and food bills. Perhaps they are sharing their abode with others in order to defray expenses. At that point in their lives, they most likely will not entertain the idea of adopting a dog or cat, due to the extra expense […]

International pet shipping is a service provided by professionals who help you relocate your pet to another country. Companies that provide such services are a boon for people who live abroad, travel frequently and need to relocate their pet. How International Pet Shipping Works An international pet shipping company can handle all the details involving […]

Staff Writer

 · Jun 16, 2011

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If your family has to relocate or go on vacation along with your pet, you should know a few salient features about international pet transport to help prepare in advance. Visit the Veterinarian Your pet should be deemed fit to travel by a veterinarian, as most airlines need health certificates that confirm your pet is fit […]

Staff Writer

 · Apr 26, 2011

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Pet relocation services can help you move pets when you’re moving into a new home across the state, across the country or even across the globe. While you transport your pet yourself, even if taking a flight, consider the pros and cons of hiring a service before you decide. Pro: One Less Task to Accomplish […]

Staff Writer

 · Apr 18, 2011

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A pet transport service can help you move pets across the city or even across the country without subjecting them to the stress of an airplane ride – although there are some plane transport services – or having to worry about moving them yourself. Decipher the quality services from the poor ones by looking for the […]

Staff Writer

 · Apr 13, 2011

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When moving with pets, you need to make sure both you and your pets experience a smooth transition to minimize the stress of the experience. Moving can affect your pet’s health, so by taking a few simple precautions, you can both settle comfortably into your new home. Step 1: Use Calming Supplements Over-the-counter calming supplements […]

Staff Writer

 · Apr 8, 2011

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Living and working in a big city can raise some concern regarding the health effects of air pollution. Although government safety regulations have been implemented into vehicles and industries to ease once rampant air polluting practices, there are still risks involved. Particulates These are the fine particles primarily released from vehicles. Because there are so […]

Staff Writer

 · Mar 14, 2011

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There’s a proper way to dog walk your pet on an artificial grass area that won’t impede on your neighbors in the apartment. Remember that since grass is limited in urban spaces, the artificial lawn or otherwise small lawn area that your apartment complex may provide can prove a boon for the dog owner in […]

Staff Writer

 · Dec 22, 2010

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Holiday travel can allow you to share special moments with friends and family you don’t often see—or just otherwise give you a chance to unwind from your normal routine. However, apartment pet owners are typically left with the dilemma of enjoying themselves while providing comfortable and affordable arrangements for their pets while they’re gone. Kennel […]

Staff Writer

 · Dec 20, 2010

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Fleas are a kind of insect that sticks onto and sucks blood from people and animals, including your dog. These pests are a common problem in dogs, and their bite can even cause allergic reactions in some pets. Knowing where your dog can get fleas will help you to prevent them from getting on him. […]

Daphne Mallory

 · Dec 16, 2010

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