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Prepare For Emergencies Now

by | Monday, September 30, 2013 |
Protect your pet from disaster

Prepare For Emergencies Now Have you created a pet emergency kit? If not, you should get something put together — just in case.  When you start putting together akit of pet emergency supplies, think about it just like you do with your family’s emergency supply kit. Think first about the basics for survival, particularly food and water. The following are tips from Ready.gov and should get you started on putting a kit together. Food: Keep at least three days of food in an airtight,...

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Pet friendly travel - Alabama - Horseshoe Bend National Military Park

by | Monday, August 5, 2013 |

(Image from NPS) One of the earliest clashes between the U.S. government and the Native Americans took place here in March 1814. The leaders in this battle were Menawa, an Upper Creek chief and Andrew Jackson, commander of the American forces and a future president.There is a small museum in the visitor center that shows weapons, documents and a diorama. The three-mile drive through the battlefield where Jackson fired 50 cannon rounds at the Creek barricade. Another point of interest is the...

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Introducing a new baby to your dog

by | Friday, May 31, 2013 |
Pets and babies -- keep it safe

A new baby coming into your home can cause rivalries and danger to both your dog and your new baby. There are some basic steps you can take to help everyone make the adjustment. Allow you dog to sniff things your baby will be using so the dog’s scent will be on these items. This is a sanitary method because dogs can pick up scent on items even after the have been laundered.Get yourself a baby doll and introduce it to your dog using the word “baby” and teaching your dog to sit and lie down...

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