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Protecting Your Dog in Cold Weather

Many dog owners don’t realize just how much the weather can affect their beloved canines. They can get heat exhaustion in summer, especially if they’re getting a lot of exercise. But the cold can hurt them as well – just in different ways. Here are some tips for protecting your pup from the cold, whether you’re at home or traveling.

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How To Relocate Your Flat Faced Pet (Brachycephalic) Safely

Hundreds of thousands of animals travel on planes every year, with only the rare health problem. That said, some pets require extra care and planning to ensure they have a safe travel experience. Flat-faced dogs and cats are of particular concern -- for pet parents and airlines alike. In fact, some airlines no longer accept brachycephalic pets, and those that do have introduced stricter limitations on when and how flat-faced pets can fly.

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Moving with Your Dog to Jakarta: What You Need To Know

You never thought you’d be moving to Indonesia, did you? And, yet, here you are – poised to do just that by relocating with your family to Jakarta. Even the dog will get in on the action (good thing his name is Rover!). Read on to learn what it will take to arrange Rover’s international journey as well as what life will be like for you after you arrive.

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Dos and Don’ts of Living with a Dog in Bangkok

By all accounts, Bangkok is not a dog’s ideal place to live. Although pet ownership – and, as a result, pet-friendly living – is on the rise worldwide, Bangkok hasn’t quite caught up to the trend. Nonetheless, if you and your canine BFF are about to relocate to Thailand, take heart. You can make it work and get the most from your new surroundings, if you understand local dos and don’ts.

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Poisonous Plants in the Philippines Dangerous to Your Pet

It’s not easy being a pet parent, especially when your family is on the move. Relocating to a foreign country always requires some adjustment. Everything from the scenery to the food to cultural norms and living conditions will be at least a little, if not very different indeed. At least you can put all those changes into context. Imagine, though, how your pet must feel!

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