roll over regular happy feet Eighteen little toes and no paw-dicures — how do our pets manage? With sizzling sidewalks, rocky camp sites and backyard foxtails, those sweet feet need extra love during the summer months. Lucky for your pets, expert paw care is as close as their favorite person (that’s you, of course.) Follow along for your guide to four perfect paws on the Vets for Pets blog; search “peticure, please” for tips to keep toes tapping. Z Z Z lickable links Welcoming a new furry friend, but need advice for keeping them beaming and bright? Petplan has some pawesome online resources to help pet parents learn how to keep pets glowing, from puppy- or kittenhood and all through their golden years. gopetplan.com harmony at home For pet parents of dogs, there are few challenges as difficult to deal with as when two dogs in the same household are fighting. Even the best-matched couples have arguments now and again — but there are a few guidelines to help you determine when you should worry. Certified trainer Nicole Larocco dishes tips for keeping the peace on the Vets for Pets blog; search “sibling squabbles” to read the two-part series. rise and shine What happens behind your pet’s eyelids before the sun comes up? Does your slumbering pup dream? Can cats have sleep disorders? Dr. Kim Smyth answers these questions and more — including how much sleep pets really need, and how sleep patterns in senior pets can change — on the Vets for Pets blog. Search “sleep habits” for the skinny on snoozing. beware the bug As the weather warms and furry friends spend more time outside, they’re more likely to be exposed to creepy crawlies that can do damage to the whole family’s health. To help protect four-legged friends (and two-legged family!) from parasites, fetch! is teaming up with Pet Health Network this summer. Visit PetHealthNetwork.com/ BewareTheBug to learn which parasites are in your area, read tips from veterinarians for avoiding the most common parasitic threats and more. shine on Want to know one of the most obvious indicators of pet health? Naturally shiny fur — it’s the hallmark of best friends who are flourishing. So how do you keep Fido’s or Fluffy’s coat looking and feeling fine? It starts from the inside out. To learn the four secrets of healthy hair, search “good fur day” on the Vets for Pets blog at GoPetplan.com.
Shiny Happy Pets Issue
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