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Choosing the Best Dog Urn for Your Beloved Pet

It is very difficult to lose a beloved pet, and you may find that a dog urn or a memorial will help you cope with your grief. There are several dog urns on the market, and it may be difficult for you to decide which one is best. Here are some tips that will help you decide on the best resting place for your furry friend.

Addison’s Disease in Dogs

Sometimes, the gap between human and animal isn’t as far as we like to think it is. Take stress, for example. Dogs and humans often have the same stress responses and when coping with a condition like Addison’s disease, stress management becomes a critical skill.

A Guide To The Developmental Stages Of A Dog’s Life

When you own a dog, it becomes a part of the family and the bond between a dog and its owner continues to grow throughout its lifetime. As a pet owner, you are likely interested in the development of the dog and in insuring that it gets all of the care that it needs in order to be happy and healthy.

What You Should Know About Canine Diabetes

Has your dog been eating more, yet losing weight? Are they excessively thirsty, and have to urinate more frequently? When was the last time you had a urine and blood test done to check their insulin level?

Choosing a Cremation Urn for Your Dog

There is little doubt that a dog makes a wonderful pet, however, when that old and trusty companion passes away, you will want to make sure that you select the right memento to help keep its memory alive. That is why more people than ever before are deciding to retain their dogs ashes and store them in a cremation urn. With more and more people having their dogs cremated, there has been an upsurge in the amount of people who want to keep the ashes stored in a safe place.

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