Dog Urine Killing Your Grass? Here's What You Need To Know

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If you’ve noticed yellow spots in your yard where you dog has peed, you may be concerned about why it happens and if your dog is ill. Fortunately, yellow grass signifies that your dog’s urine has excessive nitrogen, which is a sign that his kidneys are functioning problem. However, there are several things you can do reduce or prevent yellow spots from occurring in your yard. Here’s what you need to know.…

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Does Your Dog Like To Escape The Yard? 4 Steps To Take If It's Struck By A Car

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If you have a dog in your family, you do everything you can to keep them safe. Unfortunately, accidents can happen, especially when your dog escapes from the yard. If your dog has escaped the yard and been struck by a car, you’ll need to act fast. Your dog is going to need immediate care. First of all, don’t panic. Keeping a level head will help you provide the care that your dog is going to need right now.…

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3 Reasons To Spay And Neuter Your Pets

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Spaying or neutering your pet is an important part of their health. Unfortunately, some pet owners continue to leave their pet unaltered, which can have devastating effects on the pet and the overall pet population. Reduce Unwanted Animals The most obvious reason to spay and neuter is to reduce the incidence of unwanted litters that inevitably end up in shelters or roaming the streets as strays. Many of the personal reasons for leaving pets unaltered are caused by people who erroneously give human traits to their pets.…

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