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Stories and Resources from Remember a Pet

A beloved pet makes a lasting impact, and the loss of a pet leaves a tremendous gap. Grieving or preparing to grieve the loss of a pet is an emotional process that takes time and healing. We want to help you find ways to celebrate the memory of your or your client’s pet and share inspiring stories about the impact Remember a Pet has on animals and families around the world.

Heartworm Prevention for Dogs: 3 Tips You Need to Know

Heartworm Prevention for Dogs: 3 Tips You Need to Know

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This April is about more than just the start of spring—it’s also National Heartworm Awareness Month. Unfortunately, many owners are unaware of this tiny, but deadly, parasite. That’s a frightening thought considering that heartworm is transmitted by mosquitos, and with the weather warming up, you...

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Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month: Ways You Can Help

Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month: Ways You Can Help

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Did you know that April is Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month at the ASPCA? Every year, the ASPCA calls on members and concerned citizens to help raise awareness about issues and abuses that animals face. Are you looking to help keep animals safe? The best place to start is education. Here ar...

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Celebrating World Veterinary Day 2019

Celebrating World Veterinary Day 2019

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Your vet is an essential healthcare provider to your community. World Veterinary Day celebrates the work they do each day. Keep reading to learn more. A vet is more than just someone who loves animals. They’re doctors and essential providers of animal welfare, production, health and public safety...

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Brush up on your pet first aid.

3 Tips for Pet First Aid Awareness Month

Posted by Evelyn Pryor on

April is Pet First Aid Awareness Month, and that means it’s the perfect time for owners to brush up on basic first aid knowledge to keep their pets happy and healthy.

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