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Relieve Pressure at the Pump

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Money-Saving Tips for RVers Don't let steep fuel prices squelch your travel plans. With a little advance planning, you can travel smarter and still enjoy your RV travel to the fullest. Despite high prices at the pump, RV travel is still one of the most cost-effective and enjoyable ways to travel. The biggest advantage? You can easily control your travel budget. Here are some simple ways to cut costs on travel: Join Good Sam Club and enjoy valuable member benefits and discounts. Spend less time driving and more time enjoying. According to the RVIA, 52% of RV owners plan on...

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Sedation & Alternatives for Pet Travel

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Sedation & Alternatives for Pet Travel

First on the Itinerary Sedating pets for plane travel or road trips is a somewhat daunting issue. The health, age, and temperament of a pet should be the three deciding factors regarding the ability of an animal to have a good road trip or a pleasant flight. Well before any significant traveling, an owner should consult the pet's veterinarian to determine the animal's ability to travel successfully. If a pet's health and age indicate a successful travel experience, the pet's temperament should be discussed with a focus on the reactive or behavioral aspects of personality, such as a pet's general...

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Swimming Pool Safety

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Swimming Pool Safety

by Stephanie M. Colman Caninestein Dog Training A dip in the pool can be a great way for our four-legged friends to beat the heat this summer! Since we can't outfit them with water wings, it's important to teach dogs safe pool manners in order to keep everyone happy and healthy all summer long. Consider the following tips: Step Right Up! Teach your dog only to enter and exit the pool via the steps. This helps prevent human pool guests from unexpectedly becoming victims of a canine cannonball as the dog launches himself in from the side of the pool....

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Pet Travel Trends: Keeping Your Pets Safe

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Lessons Learned from Mother Nature

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Lessons Learned from Mother Nature

Lessons Learned from Mother Nature   Natural disasters can strike at any time; when they do is not the time to try to prepare. Having your family and pets prepared for such catastrophes as earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, and floods will save you time to respond and evacuate, if necessary, and could very possibly save your or your pet's life. The images of last year's hurricanes along the Gulf Coast told it all. Thousand of pets became separated from their owners and were left behind. Some survived but, like their owners, found themselves homeless. Others found new homes, and a few...

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