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The Buddy Bracelet Partners with SoHumane

By Brian Becker | September 15, 2019


From the start, The Buddy Bracelet has been a mission-driven business. Profits from the sale of our products are donated to animal rescue shelters. With our move to the West Coast, we have been looking at which shelters are fiscally responsible and doing good work. To that end, we are...

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Bad Breath Might Mean Trouble With Your Dog's Oral Health

By Jennifer Wicklund, DVM | August 04, 2019


For humans, oral hygiene is an important component of our overall health. Brushing, flossing, mouthwash and visits to the dentist are commonplace for most of us. But what about our dogs? Are we doing a good job looking after the oral health of our best friends? For many, the answer is...

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Smart Summer Fun in the Sun

By Jennifer Wicklund, DVM | July 07, 2019


Longer days, warmer temperatures and vacation mean summer is the time to get outside! With your best friends, of course! Dogs love many summer activities and mostly just want to be out with you! But it may take a little planning to keep them safe in the heat. Here are...

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Tips to Keep Your Dog Calm During 4th of July Fireworks

By Jennifer Wicklund, DVM | June 23, 2019


The July 4 holiday is right around the corner. People are busy preparing for picnics, parades, barbecues, road trips, get-togethers and, of course, fireworks. While you consider your plans for the big weekend, it is worth remembering that fireworks and other loud noises can make dogs anxious and uncomfortable. The big bangs...

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Beware the Hazards of Water

By Jennifer Wicklund, DVM | June 01, 2019


It is already promising to be a hot summer. What better way to beat the heat than to pack up family and Fido and head to the lake, river, or ocean?! While enjoying family time and treating your pet to a fun outing, don’t forget there may be serious dangers...

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The Right Way To Feed Your Rescue

By Jennifer Wicklund, DVM | May 06, 2019


We all know that obesity in people is an epidemic these days. A recent Centers for Disease Control study found that 68% of adult Americans are overweight or obese. Not surprisingly, obesity is a terrible problem in pets as well. You may wish that you had someone controlling your food intake - ­it...

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