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Why Do You Need Dog Training?

When people purchase a new puppy or an adult dog to become a new member of their family, they do not realize that this is an animal that is going to need love, care and communication set up in its life to be a good companion for everyone.

The life span of a normal healthy dog can run anywhere from ten years to as long as seventeen years depending on the breed of dog. What new dog owners need to know, i... Continue Here.


Sarasota Sarasota 2017
Featured Health Article Sarasota / Manatee Area Our Next Edition
Take This Short Quiz and Start Your Dog on its Way to Cleaner Teeth and Fresher Breath.

Dental problems only occur in older dogs? FALSE

• 85% of all animals two years of age or older suffer from periodontal disease.
•Periodontal disease is an inflammation of the gum tissues surrounding the teeth.
•This condition is most often caused by an accumulation of tartar in the space where the tooth meets the gum.
•Tar... Continue Here.


Tampa Lee Collier County
Featured Cat Article Tampa Area Naples / Ft Myers Area
Killing the Problem, Not the Cats

Did you know that female cats as young as five months can experience a heat cycle? Starting at that tender age, a female could bear two litters before she is even considered to be an adult cat. A male could father hundreds of kittens before his first birthday.

A pair of breeding cats, which can have two or more litters per year, can exponentially produce 420,000 offspring over a seven-year period... Continue Here.

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