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With baking season in full swing don’t forget about your four legged pal! These crunchy snacks are full of flavor and make you kitchen smell even more inviting especially during the Holidays! Ingredients: 3 Cups Organic Whole Wheat Flour 1/2 Teaspoon Cinnamon 1/2 Teaspoon Ground Cloves 1 Tablespoon Fresh Chopped Ginger 1/2 Cup Olive Oil...

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Tis the season to be festive, jolly, and merry! Preparing for the holidays can be a major task. Protecting our 4-legged family members from harm is a real concern. The list below contains preventative safety measures to ensure your furry family member has a fun and healthy holiday season. 1. Christmas trees can be very...

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With Turkey day just around the corner, what better way to spoil your furry friend with these scrumptious treats! Filled with vitamin packed Yams and whole wheat these snacks are sure to not disappoint. Adapted from this recipe, I added a few more ingredients to create a perfect soft and chewy snack. Ingredients: 2 Cups...

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In Loving Memory of Sprinkles Graner 1998-2012 Gifts come in many sizes, shapes and colors…even black and white. Back in December of 1998, my Manager informed me that an appalling individual had abandoned an absolutely adorable Dalmation puppy by the name of Sprinkles. I brought her home that very night! My husband is a Fireman,...

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Dogs that lead social lives are exposed to various viruses, bacteria’s and parasites more frequently than their counterparts that lounge at home in solitude. This includes going to the dog parks, dog daycare, boarding facilities, puppy socials, training classes—even the aisles at the local pet store! Just because Fido lounges at home does not mean...

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Upper respiratory infections (“colds”) are the most common cat disease. In fact, the feline distemper vaccine protects for the most common and widely recognized forms, although there are new viruses and bacterial infections being evolved constantly. As a cat owner you should be aware of some facts about these infections. What is an upper respiratory...

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For a variety of reasons, more people are discovering the delight of living with cats. In urban areas, apartment dwellers find that cats offer companionship, without the need for frequent outdoor exercise periods. In rural areas, cats still fulfill their function as rodent catchers for many households. If you are a cat owner, you are...

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Today, more and more concerned pet owners are choosing to board their dogs at boarding kennels. Kennel managers who belong to PCSA are professional pet-care providers who make a public commitment to quality pet care and who subscribe to the PCSA Code of Ethics and the Bill of Rights for Pets in Boarding or Daycare...

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One of the public relations problems for pet care facilities continues to be a much misunderstood disease in dogs called “canine cough,” tracheobronchitis, or often improperly referred to as “kennel cough.” As a dog owner you should be aware of some of the facts about this disease. What is “Canine Cough?” Infectious tracheobronchitis is a...

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Grooming is an extremely important, but much-misunderstood art and science. Your PCSA professional groomer would like you to understand more about this service that can improve your dog’s health, appearance and social acceptance. The following questions are the most frequently asked, and the answers should help clarify some of the more common misconceptions about grooming....

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