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Plains/Midwest Blizzard: Feb 23-24 – 66 stores

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Original Issuance 4:00pm CT Feb 19] Another in a series of major winter storms will be moving from the Southwest U.S. across the Plains, Midwest, and Great Lakes during the upcoming weekend. This storm looks to be the strongest in the series with a broad band of heavy snow, very strong winds, and debilitating conditions […]

Northeast Snow Ice Event Feb 20-21 780 stores

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[Last Updated 4:30pm ET Feb 19] [Original Issuance 3:30pm CT Feb 14] This afternoon’s change, which was more of a tweak, was a slight expansion of the WTA toward NYC and Philly. Hence, Philadelphia proper is in the WTA while in NYC, the western portion of the city and suburbs are included while the eastern […]

California and Southwest Winter Storm: Feb 21-23 – 9 stores

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[Last Updated 12:45PT Feb 19] [Original Issuance 1:45pm PT Feb 14] Our forecast remains unchanged and thus we continue to recommend taking action in preparation for this winter storm. Please see details below: Another major Pacific Storm will move initially into California and then “dig” into the Southwest U.S. February 21-23 producing a wide variety […]

Major North/Central Blizzard from November 30 – Dec 2

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Major North/Central Blizzard from November 30 to December 2 Alert: Major Blizzard warning for the #MinnepolisMN #StPaulMN#OmahaNE #SiouxFallsSD Region! Pet Retailers:  Order Your restock levels today from your favorite distributors Phillips Pet Food & SuppliesPet Food Experts and Bradley Caldwell to make sure your 🐩👨‍👩‍👧‍👦🏡🌍are all 💯! Residential Customers:  Please go to , , for our products!  Also available online at Amazon.com, Chewy.com Bentley’s Pet Stuff and Homedepot Areas affected:   […]

The Dangers of Sodium Chloride Ice Melters

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Sodium chloride (NaCl) is the primary mineral ingredient in some types of rock salt and alternative ice melters. It is also the formula for table salt, but does that make it a safe product for melting ice? There are several reasons NOT to use sodium chloride rock salt for melting the ice around your home […]

Making Grooming Less Scary for Your Puppy A Step-by-Step Guide

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Some puppy breeds require regular grooming in order to maintain their coat and prevent unnecessary medical conditions. Matted fur around their ears and eyes can cause permanent damage to their sight and hearing. Fur that is excessively dirty can cause skin infections and create a breeding ground for fleas and ticks. Many people purchase fluffy […]

Puppy Love and Safe Paw A Perfect Match – A Veterinarian’s Story

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As a vet, I diagnose many conditions in dogs every week. Most problems are usually injuries, skin infections, and gastrointestinal problems. All these are easily treatable and most of the pets who are brought to usually recover pretty soon after I’ve given them injections or prescribed medicine. The winter season is, however, a different case […]

Tips For Operating A Winter Pet Rescue

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It is to be understood that the reasons for operating a pet rescue do not include getting richer and reaping in the tax benefits. Although your pet rescue could obtain tax exemption as a charitable organization, the rewards are about helping animals. Here are the basic tips for operating a pet rescue from Safe Paw […]

Annual Summer Pet Friendly Walk Run Events

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Find an event near you If you are a runner, whether you run 10k races or full marathons, you will know that there are not all that many races that actually allow you to bring your dog along. It is understandable for many reasons, but yet there is an ever-increasing fraternity of joggers or runners […]

Go Green Events With Pets Allowed

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Go Green events are fun and it is important to support the initiative to improve the health of the planet. It can be a real challenge to find these events that also allow you to share the day with your beloved pet. There are, however, Go Green events with pets allowed that you can enjoy […]