Health

Acquiring a service dog can be highly beneficial for people living with disabilities. Not only are these highly-trained pups able to help their handlers with physical tasks, but they also offer increased independence, as well as improvements in social relationships, self-esteem, and overall life satisfaction. Many people even report a decrease in anxiety, stress, and
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According to the National Sleep Foundation, dogs spend 50% of their day sleeping, 30% lounging around, and just 20% being active. As they enter their senior years, they require even more rest to be at their best. With so much time spent lying down, a sturdy, supportive bed is essential for reducing pain and ensuring optimal
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Family Dollar had a mass recall on February 18, 2022, which resulted in over 400 locations temporarily closing. Health hazards at a distribution center in West Memphis, Arkansas, caused the company to recall all the cosmetics, over-the-counter medications, medical devices, human food, and pet food that could’ve been affected. Currently, there are no reported illnesses
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The Massachusetts Department of Health recently recalled several dog treat flavors due to Salmonella. At least three people got very sick after handling the treats. More humans and dogs can get ill if families don’t properly dispose of the infected products. These treats are manufactured and sold in Massachusetts. So, if you recently purchased pet
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