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  1. Preparation is key to keeping your pets safe during natural disasters. Duncan Smith / Getty Images

    Disaster tips for Fido

    The mantra that preparation is key to keeping your family safe during natural disasters also applies to your pets. Following these guidelines may ease anxiety:

    • Sep. 5, 2013
  2. Certified dog and cat behavior consultant Steve Dale discusses how to start a "barking intervention" with neighbors. George Doyle, Getty Images

    Beyond the bark: How to deal with your neighbor's barking pooch

    My neighbor has gifted the neighborhood with a dog that barks incessantly. After 48 hours of non-stop barking, I was sure this poor creature was being neglected. Aside from calling the police, do you have an idea?

    • Aug. 29, 2013
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    Now boarding! Pet-perfect kennels

    Find the perfect kennel for your four-legged friend.

    • Aug. 1, 2013
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    Help your dog fight off ticks

    Where there are ticks, there is disease. This summer, tick populations are exploding — and they are expanding their range, too. Lyme disease, which is spread by ticks, primarily occurred in dogs in New England, but now the species that cause it are as far west as California, in the upper Midwest and even Alaska.

    • Jul. 18, 2013
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    Gallery: Your hot weather pet photos

    As warm weather sets in, here's a refresher on keeping your pet safe.

    • Apr. 25, 2013
  6. Cats can get heartworm, too. Life On White/Getty Images

    Pet Q&A: Keeping cats free from heartworm and fleas

    Fend off fleas and mosquitos

    • Apr. 25, 2013
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