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Hilarious! Dogs Fly Over Creek!

Filed under: Cuteness!DogFunny

This video may be super short, but it's HIGHlarious!

Two little dogs were going for a walk but they had an obstacle…

There was a small, marshy ditch!

Oh no! What will they do??

Spring over it of course!!

These dogs don't walk… they fly!!

So stinkin' cute!

Check out the video (above) to see two airborne doggies!!

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Spring Cleaning Safety With Dr. Patrick Mahaney

Filed under: HealthPetsTipsDr. Patrick Mahaney


May is a great month. The weather is perfect (usually), school is nearing its end and it's time for CLEANING!!!

Ok, maybe the last one isn't too great but Dr. Patrick has great tips to keep you and your pet safe during your spring cleaning.

Check out the video (above) to make the best of your sparkling tidiness!

Have a question???? Email us at Tips@TeddyHilton.com or send a tweet to Dr. Patrick HERE!!

OR Check him out on Facebook!

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How To SAFELY Remove Ticks From Your Pet

Filed under: HealthPetsInsects


Spring is here and summer is just around the corner.

Unfortunately, with great weather and fun in the sun, there's also bug, bugs and MORE BUGS!

So how do you safely removed a tick that has its clutches on your pooch or kitty!

Follow these steps to make sure you do it right!

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Keep Your Pet Healthy And Safe This Spring

Filed under: HealthPetsDogCatTips


It's finally spring! (Though it doesn't feel like it most of the time.)

Your furry friend must be so happy to be able to get out of the house more often!

But wait, U do know about all the potential dangers for your pet?

Well here are a few great tips from Lori Thomas Dickert at AllPetNews.com:

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Spring Fashion For Guinea Pigs!


Spring is finally here!

And we all know what that means…

It's time to get a whole new wardrobe for our guinea pigs!

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Don't Worry! Gay Penguins Will Be Reunited In The Spring

Filed under: Love LineZooEndangeredPenguin

Oh thank goodness!!

Earlier, we sadly reported that Buddy and Pedro, the two African male penguins who experts say have "bonded," were going to be split up so that they could be paired with females. With only a quarter of a million African penguins left, the Toronto zoo plans for the penguins to mate with the females for the sake of their endangered species.

But, thankfully, the separation will only be temporary, according to Tom Mason, the zoo’s Curator of Invertebrates and Birds. He says:

"There will be a limited time of separation but it will not be permanent. No matter what happens all the penguins will be re-united by spring. If Pedro and Buddy wish to get back together, they will be welcome to do so."

Phew! We were so worried about how lonely they would feel without each other. No worries, Buddy and Pedro! You will see each other very soon. Love conquers all!

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Daylight Saving Time Can Stress Out Your Pet

Filed under: Science!Pets

Daylight Saving Time Can Stress Out your PEt

Yes way.

You might think it unlikely that the switch to daylight saving time (DST) could throw your cat or dog's busy schedule — eat, sleep, eat, sleep — off-kilter.

But, as it turns out, some animals are so in tune with their owners' schedules that the one-hour spring forward can cause some confusion.

Alison Holdhus-Small, research assistant at CSIRO Livestock Industries says:

"Animals that live with humans develop routines related to human activity — for example, cows become accustomed to being milked at particular times of day, or pet dogs become accustomed to going for walks or being fed at a particular time of day. When humans apply daylight saving time to their own lives, if they carry out their routine according to the clock, the animals can become confused."

Oh no - our behavior shift could cause animals psychological and physiological stress!

Holdhus-Small suggests gradually changing the animal's activities by a few minutes a day rather than the whole hour at once.

[Image via WENN.]

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