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Easter is a happy time for celebrating the resurrection of Christ with our families (and who doesn’t like coloring Easter eggs?). If you’re like us at Paws Pet Care, you include your fur-kids in every celebration!  Easter decorations make everything a little more special, but watch out…they can also pose a potential hazard to your …

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Your fur-kid tells you he loves you all the time, but perhaps you aren’t paying attention. Here’s the “I love you” messages you might be missing: They finish their dinner and belch in your face. They bring you gifts. Like dead birds. They give you the silent treatment when you leave for work because they …

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National Poison Prevention Week is officially recognized March 20-26. At Paws Pet Care, Louisville Pet Sitters & Dog Walkers we care 365 days a year to try and help educate our clients and ALL pet owners on common pet toxins and how to prevent poisoning emergencies, so we have compiled a list of the TOP …

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Dogs in the military have struggled over the years to earn their recognition as American heroes and the pack at Paws Pet Care, Louisville Pet Sitting & Dog Walking wants to recognize and give them the honor they deserve. Here are some fascinating facts about military working dogs (MWD’s): MWD’s have been in combat with US …

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At Paws Pet Care, Louisville, we’ve compiled a list of the top 5 things your pet would probably do if he did indeed have opposable thumbs. Spend More Time With Their Paws Pet Care Pet Sitter – They would get online and book more dog walks and pet sits with Paws Pet Care because we …

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Do THIS With Your Tax Refund

Woof. Tax season is so stressful!  However, if you were lucky enough to get a refund what better way to spend that hard-earned cash than on the fur-kid love(s) of your life? Here are some ideas on how you can make your fur-kid feel extra special with your tax-refund loot: Get a tattoo. Make your …

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Everyone in U.S., with the exception of Arizona and Hawaii, sets clocks forward one hour at 2 a.m. on the second Sunday of each March, and back one hour in the fall.  As a result, the coffee flows extra strong in the spring as our bodies try to adjust.  Well, guess what? You’re own response …

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Winter Weather Tips For Pets

You know how the song goes….”oh…the weather outside is frightful….”, right? Well winter-time and the inclement weather that it brings can be “frightful” for your fur-kids too, but your pet care professionals at Paws Pet Care Pet Sitting & Dog Walking are here to help you get your pets safely through the winter months. Read on….. …

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Winter Is Brutal On Dog’s Paw Pads

Most dogs I know love to frolic in the snow, but did you know that wintertime can be painful for your fur-kid? When your pup’s paws are exposed to snow, ice and the toxic chemicals in road-salt they can experience: Dryness Cracking Trauma Frostbite Chemical Burns Fortunately, there are some tips and products out there …

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Christmas Plants That Are Toxic To Your Pet

Did you know that many of the plants that are popular around this time of the year can be extremely harmful to your pets?  Here is a rundown (with pictures)  of some dangerous seasonal plants:   American Holly American Holly contains potentially toxic compounds that can cause gastrointestinal irritation.  Make sure to keep your hollyon …

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