Television & Music For Pets

Does leaving the television or music on really help a pet to be comfortable alone? Many dogs and cats can be friendly, cuddly, and want companionship. When you spend time with your pets and are home often, they may get used to that and develop an anxious reaction when...

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Reasons To Avoid A Retractable Leash

Retractable leashes are attractive, but not all that practical When it comes to choosing a leash for your dog, there are plenty of different styles to choose from. At Presidential Pet Care®, we understand that some types of leashes are more convenient than others, and...

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Treat Taste Test

February 23rd was a magical day in my house. Well at least according to amateur taste tester and resident doggo Sabrina. She got to taste test five different brands of treats and ranked them from best to still edible.     The five biscuits I got were Blue...

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March is Pet Poison Prevention Month

Nearly 2,000 pets were poisoned in 2017, according to the American Society for the Protection of Animals (ASPCA). Since March is Pet Poison Prevention Month, we want to do our part to help you keep your pets safe from things that could make them sick. Animals can...

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Ignored Dog Doo: An Unspoken Menace

Fido is a member of your family, a fabulous best friend, and a comforting presence. As great as the cuddles are, there’s probably a downside to having a pup for a best friend: the pet waste issue. Think about the last time you took your furry friend for a walk....

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The Kitty Clique!

Have a new kitten or an adult cat? Join the Kitty Clique! As cute, fuzzy and cuddly as your kitten may be, whether they’re sweet or sassy, kittens can get into potentially unsafe situations and items in your home in the blink of an eye. It’s important to ensure that...

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