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Pet Myths vs. Pet Facts – Debunking Some Common Animal Myths

At Pet World, we love pet facts. With access to the Internet and the increase in pet stores world-wide, information about animals is readily available. However, many people might know some interesting information about their pet that is actually a myth. Today, we would like to set the record straight on a couple of the more common myths about our pets. You may or may not have heard these before, but we are hoping that after reading the information here, you will be able to help spread more accurate information about our furry friends.
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Keeping an Eye on Your Pet’s Dental Health

One aspect of pet care that can be easy to forget is dental health. Just like humans, pets need regular check-ups for their teeth. While taking your pet to the vet regularly is an important part of being a pet owner, it may be easy to forget the importance of the vet checking on your animal’s dental health during these visits.
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Being Home with Your Pet – Tips for Staying Entertained During Social Isolation

Given the recent changes concerning COVID-19 and the worldwide guidelines for social isolation, more people are working from home. The increased time at home has some added benefits for our furry friends.
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February is Responsible Pet Guardian Month

Happy Pet Guardian Month! That’s right. Most people associate February with Valentine’s Day, but here at Pet World, we like to celebrate our responsibility to our pets.
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How to Entertain Your Pets When You Are Busy Entertaining

Throughout the year, but especially during the holidays, you might find yourself hosting more events than usual. When you are in charge of entertaining guests, it is important to consider how to keep your pets entertained as well.
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5 Ways to Make Halloween Safe and Enjoyable for your Pet

Ah yes, ‘tis the season of ghosties and ghoulies and jack-o-lanterns galore. Halloween is a light and festive holiday for many, but it poses some potential risks for your beloved pets. Here are some tips to make sure your furry family members stay safe and comfortable this holiday.
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September is Animal Pain Awareness Month

Some of our readers may know that September is Pain Awareness Month in the medical field in the United States. What you may not know is that the International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management (IVAPM) has also designated it as Animal Pain Awareness month.
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Improve Your Pet’s Quality of Life with Enrichment Activities

Enrichment is a concept that is growing in popularity in the pet sector. While not always known by that name, pet owners are developing a better understanding that their pets often need mental stimulation on a regular basis, not simply physical exercise.
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Tips and Tools for Car Travel with your Pet

Whether you are taking your pet on a short vacation, or relocating long-term there are many things that can make traveling with your pet more convenient, comfortable and safe.
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Help! My Cat Keeps Scratching my Furniture

We hear about it a lot from cat owners, their cats is lovable and fun, but……he won’t stop scratching the couch, climbing the curtains and generally making a mess!
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February is Pet Dental Health Month

The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) has named February National Pet Dental Health Month.
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New Year’s Resolutions You Can Share with Your Pet

It’s that time of year again when everyone is looking back on the past year and setting goals for an even better year going forward. Some love New Year’s Resolutions and some don’t. If you plan to make some resolutions this year, why not include your pet in the action? Here are some ideas for resolutions that you and your pet can both benefit from together.
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Keep your Pets Safe this Holiday Season

The holidays are a wonderful time of year for many reasons. Many of us pet lovers like to include our pets in our holiday plans as well. While this is certainly okay to do, be sure you know about the additional risks to your pet’s safety that are often present at this time of year.
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Help! My Kitty Stopped Using the Litter Box

Elimination outside of the litter box is one of the most common behavioral issues that we hear about from our customers with cats. There are a number of reasons a cat may stop using his/her litter box and many tricks to help get them back into the right habits.
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Keep Your Pets Safe this Sweltering Summer

July has started off here in Massachusetts with quite the heat wave. It seemed like a good time for us to remind you of the safety concerns for your pets this summer.
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Selecting and Purchasing a Pet Should be a Carefully Considered Decision

In recent years, the popularity of reviews online for businesses has grown exponentially, and here at Pet World we are no exception. We are incredibly grateful for the many of you who have taken time to write positive reviews of our store. These reviews are important to us as a local, family-operated, small business. We are particularly proud to hear mentions of our core values: quality care of our animals, cleanliness, and knowledgeable staff.
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Keeping cats active can help with their health

We all know how important exercise is for our health, and most dog owners know how important it is to walk their dogs to keep them happy and healthy. Yet, with cats, we often fall short in the exercise department.
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Pet World’s New Blog Brings You the Latest on New Pet Products and Information

Hello there Pet World fans and welcome to our new blog!
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