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(almost) 50 Ways to Help Homeless Pets in your Community

Be a responsible pet parent Microchip your companions, update pet identification tags, spay/neuter, keep them safe and healthy and choose to adopt a pet only if you plan to care for them for the remainder of their lives. When you commit to your own pets for the duration of their natural life, you are setting an example to others. Encourage adoption, fostering and volunteering Spread the word! It’s free, it’s simple and anyone can do it. Do you share your home with a rescue pet? Share your story when you meet other pet lovers and encourage them to adopt, too.

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Best Pet Sitters in Durham – Kelsey

Best Pet Sitters in Durham – Kelsey

I’m sure you already know Kelsey. Best dressed at the Christmas party. If there were such a thing as snuggle school, she’d have 7 PhD’s: 4 in dog, 2 in cat, 1 in assorted creatures. She’s got super intuition and skillz with the nicknames. Never met a plate of nachos she didn’t like and loves a good joke. AKA: Sparkleface. My enthusiasm knows no poker face. I’m in charge of: Wooing all my new furry friends with walks and pets Since: May 2014 Sign: Aries. We’re good, clean fun. Breed: Mastiff. Never in a hurry. Don’t know my own strength.

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Booger’s Midnight Snack: A Cautionary Tale

Booger’s Midnight Snack: A Cautionary Tale

This is Booger. Like most dogs, Booger loves snacks. And snacks that come from take-out containers are always the best snacks, especially when those snacks are chicken bones. Booger did what any dog would do. He ate those bones. Yep. With hardly any teeth in his mouth. Because you don’t pass up chicken bones when you come across them. It’s part of the dog code. The problem with chicken bones is that, when cooked, they are very brittle and there is a risk of getting a splinter of bone stuck in the dog’s mouth, throat or intestine. The real risk is

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