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Pet Tips (October 16, 2019)

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Sassy (Chocolate Lab/Chow Mix)

By sarahprater12

Sassy (Chocolate Lab/Chow Mix) - sleeping puppyI adopted her Momma who at the time I thought was fat and needed a better diet, but ended up being pregnant and gave birth under my back porch two weeks later.

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ASPCA List of Toxic and Non-toxic Plants

By R Barbara

ASPCA List of Toxic and Non-toxic Plants - tortie cat and plantWhen choosing house and garden plants, many pet owners want to first check to see if they might be toxic to their pets. The ASPCA has a great page on their website that lists both toxic and non-toxic plants and lets you sort by dogs, cats, and horses.

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Cheap Winter Coats for Pets

By Annie Rios Hill

Jack Russell and Yorkie in their warm coats.I had 3 doggies at one time, and getting them winter coats was a bit costly. So at an after-Halloween costume sale, I scored big and saved lots. I purchased several pet/dog costumes for $1.00 to $3.00 each.

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Keep Dog Food In Gallon Bags

By Judith Mc-H

Bags of pet food in a plastic tub behind the pet food bowls.When I buy a big bag of food, I separate it into 1 gallon zip type bags and keep them in a tub. It's easier for me to carry one of these bags to fill bowls as I feed inside and outside. Treats are kept in a mason type jar.

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