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Resources for Coping with Pet Loss

Our pets are our constant companions. Just like a ray of sunshine on a rainy day, they never fail to bring light into the darkest moments of our lives. After the loss of a beloved pet, many of us struggle with the same feelings of grief that we experience with…...

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Memorializing Your Pet

While nothing can truly erase the pain of losing a beloved pet, memorializing your pet can help you cope with the grief. Below are just a few ways that bereaved pet owners can honor and celebrate the lives of their pets. Create an Online Pet Memorial Share your pet’s unique…...

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Caring for Senior Cats

Much like people, cats experience many physical and behavioral changes throughout the aging process. As your feline begins to age, it is more important than ever to provide her with loving, attentive care. Below are some ways that you can help your senior cat age gracefully: Evaluate the health of…...

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Planning Ahead: What You Need to Know About Pet Cremation

Whether it happens suddenly, or after a lasting illness, the loss of a pet is a devastating event. During this traumatic and confusing time, it can be difficult to decide how to handle your pet’s passing. At Paws, Whiskers & Wags, your pet crematory, we encourage pet parents to plan…...

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February 2014 Newsletter

We all love our pets so we want this e-letter to deliver the information you need to care for your animals and celebrate their unique attributes. Please email us with the topics you would like to see delivered to your in-box, or feel free to send us content that you would like…...

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December 2013 Pet Newsletter

With the Holidays Upon Us, It’s Time for Pet Safety Tips Many common pet hazards arise during the holiday season: increased traffic in the house, decorations, holiday food, candy and plants. Please keep an eye out for these hazards. Be careful, and watch for: Food/Candy. All holiday treats are harmful to…...

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November 2013 Newsletter

Talking to Your Pet Many devoted pet owners talk to their pets as a way of communicating and bonding. Dogs and cats love the sound of their owners’ voice, and hearing it, especially in warm conversational tones, is very soothing and comforting. By deliberately talking to our pets as we do whatever…...

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Newsletter October 2013

Health Issues in Cats Is your cat healthy? Sometimes it’s hard to tell – they are notoriously  good at hiding it when they don’t feel well. Take a look at these symptoms to if any of them apply to your cat: 1. Less active – Cats that don’t feel well are…...

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Newsletter September 2013

Pet Health Banfield® Pet Hospital, the world’s leading veterinary practice has released its State of Pet Health 2012 Report, revealing that certain chronic diseases in dogs and cats have risen drastically since 2007. The report, compiled by Banfield’s internal research team, Banfield Applied Research and Knowledge (BARK), captured and analyzed…...

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Newsletter July 2013 (Volume 2)

Pets and Fresh Water Do you know why some people have to chase their cats and/or dogs away from the toilet bowl or sinks? Well, the fact is that most water bowls quickly harbor dust, bad smells and bacteria that make them unattractive to pets. Cats have a much more…...

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