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Health monitoring smart collar helps pets beat the heat

BURLINGTON, Mass. – Each summer, pets die from heat-related injuries and it’s not just from being left alone in a vehicle. While pet owners should never leave their pet unattended in a vehicle, they should understand the problems posed by summer heat and that an...

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PetPace Releases Revolutionary BioResponse™ System

New solution enables pet owners, caregivers to measure biometric response to treatments, health-impacting events Burlington, MA — March 21, 2018 — PetPace, the world leader in wearable technology for pets, today announced the release of PetPace Bio-Response™, an...

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PetPace to attend VMX conference, reveal major announcement

ORLANDO, Fla.  –  PetPace, the creator of the innovative pet health monitoring smart collar for cats and dogs, is scheduled to attend one of the world’s largest veterinary meetings and expo - VMX, formerly the North American Veterinary Conference in Orlando from Feb....

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DOG YEARS VS HUMAN YEARS

It is common wisdom to liken one human year to seven dog years. However, the truth is a little more complicated than that. Some dog breeds mature faster and others age slower and a simple comparison to human average lifespan is grossly inaccurate. For example, an...

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10 DOG BREEDS THAT NEED THE MOST EXERCISE

‘A tired dog is a good dog,’ is a common saying that emphasizes the importance of exercise in keeping dogs happy and well-behaved. However, not all dogs require the same amount of exercise. Here are 10 of the highest-energy dog breeds.   Australian Cattle Dogs...

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ARE RAWHIDES BAD FOR DOGS AND PUPPIES?

Note: Are rawhides bad for dogs? Do your own research, of course. What I give my dog should not determine what you give yours.  I used to give my dog rawhides of all kinds – those white, knotted rawhides, rawhide chips and those little rawhide sticks. Ace would chew...

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TRAINING A 10-WEEK-OLD PUPPY – OUR GOALS THIS WEEK

We are starting our 3rd week with weimaraner puppy Remy already. Can you believe that? He’s getting big, about 18 pounds. Overall, we keep saying what a good puppy he is, but of course we have a lot to work on and we’re having a few issues too (aren’t we all?). If you...

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