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Pets at Work? Yes, Please!

If you’re anything like us, having to leave your dog makes it that much harder to go to work in the morning. Well, this Friday, June 24, some lucky people may not have to – it’s Take Your Dog to … Continue reading

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Tips on Getting Kitty to the Vet

While we usually talk canine here at Stewart, we know and love felines just as much – which is why we want to remind you of the importance of taking your cat to the vet. While studies have shown that … Continue reading

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Prepping for Summer Swims

Just like people, some dogs love a good swim on a hot day. Also much like people, dogs need to be supervised and taught how to swim to ensure their safety around pools, lakes, and rivers. If your dog plans … Continue reading

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Five Fun Facts about Ferrets!

Between dogs and cats – and occasionally horses – we really don’t hear people talk too much about pet ferrets. So, as an ode to the domesticated little underdogs that keep their owners laughing… here are five fun facts about … Continue reading

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Let’s Chat About Chipping

Don’t get us wrong, tags are a wonderful (and responsible) way to identify your pet should they ever get lost, but their real ticket home is a microchip. Collars and tags can fall off, but a microchip goes wherever your … Continue reading

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Don’t Eat That! Plants to Avoid while Hiking

Now that the weather is warming up, it’s time to gear up for some much-needed outdoor adventure. But, if you’ve got a curious canine on your hands, hiking can be a minefield of dangerous plants that can bring a fun … Continue reading

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What it Takes to Be a Guide Dog

There’s a big difference between guide dogs and therapy (or emotional support) animals – both are a wonderful addition to their owner’s lives, but guide dogs are rigorously trained to complete tasks like opening doors, retrieving items, and serving as … Continue reading

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Pets & The Environment: Being Conscious Matters

When you’re shopping for your pet, how often do you consider the environment in your purchases? Don’t worry, it’s not a connection most people make – but owning an animal certainly impacts our carbon footprint. Earth Day is April 22, … Continue reading

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It’s Pet ID Week!

Your pet is a part of the family; they have a name that they answer to just like we do, making it important to identify them to everyone they meet (since they can’t exactly introduce themselves.) In the event your … Continue reading

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Kids and Pets: So Much More than ‘Cute’

April 26 marks Kids and Pets Day, a nod to the bond children and animals share and, hopefully, prompt adoption. While everyone can see what makes pets and kids so darn cute together, the true magic is happening on the … Continue reading

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