Pet Safety

6 Tips for Coexisting with the Eastern Coyote in NH

According to NH Fish and Game, Eastern coyotes are common in every county throughout the state and have been since 1980. Over the past several months, and even within the past few days, there have been several coyote sightings posted in local community Facebook groups. Rick Van de Poll, an ecosystem management consultant says that “coyotes

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Safety Tips for Camping with Cats and Dogs

‘Tis the season for camping, and this year it is especially popular since it is a vacation option where social distancing can easily be followed. Camping is always a fun, and relaxing adventure especially when you include the family pet. To keep that feeling going throughout the trip, it’s important to do some pre-planning and

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Is it illegal in NH to leave your dog in a parked car?

According to the Old Farmer’s Almanac, today marks the end of the Dog Days of summer. The phrase conjures up the hottest, most sultry days of summer, which are the 40 days beginning July 3 and ending August 11. However, don’t be fooled by the cooler evenings and mornings, mid-day temps are still very toasty.

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How to keep pets safe and calm during Fourth of July celebrations

The big summer holiday, Independence Day, the 4th of July, is upon us. We human Americans have been celebrating this holiday for over 200 years, but most pets are not fans of the loud noises and sudden, bright, explosions. According to the NHSPCA, more pets go missing around the 4th of July holiday than any

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Ticks and Your Pet’s Safety: what you need to know

What is a tick? The tick is part of the arachnid family and therefore more closely related to spiders and scorpions than to fleas. Ticks survive and thrive at extreme temperatures (meaning your dog can get ticks all year round). They live up to a year without feeding, are unaffected by the application of even

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