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Stray Cat Care for Winter

Stray Cat Care for Winter

While stray cats can survive during the spring and summer, winter weather brings a new slew of challenges. Giving stray cats shelter, food, and water can help keep them safe. Of course, the long-term solution to provide ongoing care for stray cat colonies is to practice ongoing spay and neutering surgery to limit the stray cat population.

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Prepare Your Pet for Holiday

Prepare Your Pet for Holiday

Careful planning is essential for any holiday but can be even more intensive when you factor in pet care. Ensuring your pet has the proper medications, food, comfort items, and exercise can make your pet's trip to the kennel a success. Maintaining a routine while you are gone can help make a smoother transition following your return home.

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Tips For Showing Your Horse This Spring and Summer

Tips For Showing Your Horse This Spring and Summer

You may have the winter blues, but get yourself perked up by planning for spring and summer horse shows. Learn how to find shows appropriate for your ability, decide on the riding discipline that you are most skillful in, and how to prepare your horse for the show ring. And don't forget schooling your horse, so you're both in shape to do your very best.

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How Cold is Too Cold: Keeping Your Dog Safe From Winter Chills

How Cold is Too Cold: Keeping Your Dog Safe From Winter Chills

Dogs come in many shapes and sizes, and so does their ability to withstand cold weather. Big, furry dogs handle the howling winds of winter much better than little, thin-coated dogs. By being aware of your dog’s ability to handle the cold, you can modify outdoor time and activities to keep him safe from the winter perils of hypothermia and frostbite.

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