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Rawhide and dogs are almost as closely associated as peanut butter and jelly! There is always a whole aisle dedicated to it in the pet store. Rawhide can be good for dog’s teeth, but it can also pose a significant risk to your pet’s health. Below we list the top 4 reasons not to give …Read More


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Training Ferrets 101!

January 28th, 2015 by Kathleen Kintz | Posted in: 雪貂

Training ferrets can be a very interesting experience! Like cats, they don’t tend to pay attention to what humans want… Unless they have treats in their hands! Treats Treats need to be their favorite! And cut up into ferret-sized bites. Ferretvite or similar pastes can also be an effective reward. A quick lick and they’re …Read More


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Training Cats 101!

January 21st, 2015 by Kathleen Kintz | Posted in: 猫咪

Training cats isn’t quite as easy as training dogs. They don’t tend to pay attention to what people want as much as dogs do! The key is to get them while they are hungry and want what you have to offer. If your cat is free feed, you may want to start dedicated meal times …Read More


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Training Dogs 101!

January 14th, 2015 by Kathleen Kintz | Posted in: 狗狗

Training dogs is always fun for dog and owner, if the training is done right! Obviously, some dogs may not like to be trained as much as others, but most intelligent breeds love training sessions. For dogs, it is a mental exercise that they can’t get many other places! Treats Dogs absolutely love treats! Some …Read More


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There are many ways of training a dog, cat or ferret. There are many techniques floating around, especially for dogs, that can rely on less than pleasant methods. However, the most effective methods have been found to be the positive training techniques. Techniques like clicker training are by and large the most effective. Treats Treats …Read More


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Happy New Year!

Happy New Year everyone! January first is traditionally a time for making new year’s resolutions, like eating healthier and quitting smoking. Your pets have some New Year’s resolutions, for themselves and for you! Here are 12 New Year’s Resolutions from your pets: From the dog: 1) Take me for more walkies. 2) Bring home more …Read More


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Happy Holidays From NPIC!

December 24th, 2014 by Kathleen Kintz | Posted in: 狗狗, 猫咪, 雪貂

Happy Holidays to you and yours from NPIC! Christmas is tomorrow, and New Year’s isn’t far behind that! Holiday celebrations are always joyful occasions full of fun, laughter and food. Your pets can enjoy the festivities as well, but there are some things that could hurt pets at holiday parties! Food The holidays feature the …Read More


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Pet Redecoration Contest

December 3rd, 2014 by Kathleen Kintz | Posted in: 狗狗, 猫咪, 雪貂 | Tags:

December is all about decorations, and we all know some pets have a fondness for redecorating on their own! That’s why we’re throwing our Pet Redecoration Contest. We want to see your pet’s redecorating jobs and if you send us the best pictures, you could win! You can send photos (or even videos if you …Read More


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Quality is a big part of your pet's diet.

A choice a lot of pet parents face when choosing food and treats for their pets is quality versus price. Generally the decision reached is a sacrifice of the quality of pet food in favor of a lower price. Sacrificing the quality of the food is not ideal, but do as long as the food chosen …Read More


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Winter tips for pets!

Old Man Winter decided to drop in a bit early in the United States this year! It’s 6 degrees in a couple places. That’s just too cold for us, and too cold for our pets too. Since the cold weather came on so fast, we decided to compile our favorite tips and tricks to help …Read More