Did You Get A New Quarantine Pet?

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How exciting! We hope your new pet has had some time to relax and feel secure in your home. The first article about how to get pets ready for a new schedule will help your new best friend too. However, puppies and kittens have some special requirements for being alone at home. First, of course, is safety. If you're going out or are going back to work, you'll need a safe plac...
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Fact and Fiction About Fleas and Ticks – Tips from Lucy’s Pet Care

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Test your knowledge - try and guess if these statements are fact or fiction. Fleas are harmless. Fiction! Fleas can cause more than just itchy skin and allergies; they can also spread tapeworm and bacteria. Worse, they feed on blood and can cause anemia in puppies and kittens. Fleas and Ticks are a problem all year long. Fact! Both fleas and ticks can be active all ...
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Pet Separation Anxiety After Quarantine – Tips from Lucy’s Pet Care

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There have been many joys with the "stay at home" order and one has been the delight of extra time spent with our pets. They have made us laugh and have kept us company throughout this ordeal. But as restrictions are slowly lifted, our faithful friends may become confused by the changes ahead. They have all become accustomed to the extra snuggles and hugs over the past month...
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