Jennifer Stile was apprehensive when she found out that training classes for her puppy Josie would be moving online because of the pandemic.
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You probably have a huge to-do list before your new puppy comes home, but you can make one thing easier for yourself and buy a puppy starter kit.
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Our take: AONESY’s Puppy Starter Kit is a comprehensive starter kit that contains almost everything you’ll need for your puppy.
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Will I get everything I need in a puppy starter kit or will I have to buy other products?
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The stress and anxiety brought on by fireworks on the Fourth of July can have lasting effects on your pet. Veuer’s Sean Dowling has more.
The American Kennel Club offers these sunscreen tips:
While some dogs and cats like to lie out in the sun, it’s important to provide shady areas for them to lounge in as well.
Trails, sidewalks and blacktop areas can get extremely hot and burn your pet’s paws.