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Reel In The Fetch Of The Day With Super Chewer’s “Doggone Fishing” Collection

Grab your favorite fishing pole and hat, it’s time to tackle Super Chewer’s newest collection: “Doggone Fishing!” Your dog can fetch, catch, and whip these fish all around. We can’t wait to see what they reel in! INSIDE THE SUPER CHEWER BOX Suit up and snag your can ‘o worms for two tough, fluff-free toys …

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Get Your Licks On Snoot 66 With August’s “Highway To Howl” BarkBox Collection

P.S. This theme arrives in August! New subscribers are not guaranteed the month’s featured theme as their first box. I spy with my little eye… something squeaky, crinkly, and in need of a bangin’ roadtrip playlist—it’s the Highway To Howl BarkBox! INSIDE THE BARKBOX Pass the time on winding, scenic roads with two themed toys, …

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This Antioxidant-Rich Fruit Helps Guard Cells and Organs

An unlikely source of nutrition for dogs and cats, this popular fruit does your pet’s body good, just as it does yours. From its array of powerful protective phenolics and carotenoids to support eyesight and immunity to its phytosterols for healthy cholesterol levels, it has much to offer your pet.

Study Shows Rabies Vaccine Is Effective for at Least 5 Years

Today I’m talking by Skype with Dr. Jean Dodds, who is back by popular demand to update us on the Rabies Challenge Fund, as well as potential new vaccine protocols, titer testing, and all things immunization and vaccine related. Following are some of the highlights of our conversation specific to the Rabies Challenge Fund and …

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Pets Love Cheese, yet Not All Cheese Is Pet-Friendly

Choose carefully when treating your dog or cat to this much-loved treat. While cheese can supply valuable calcium, protein, fatty acids and a longevity-promoting substance called spermidine, certain popular varieties may contain a substance produced by a fungus that can be harmful to pets.