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Ruff Life Tips during a Natural Disaster

During a recent bad storm, like many other North Texans, our little family was living the 'ruff' life -- no power, lots of storm damage, upset schedules and much more. With lives becoming topsy turvey, you have to keep positive, be creative and think quickly. 

We definitely didn't have an emergency preparedness plan for either the hooman or furbabies, but now will do so to make sure everyone is safe and as happy as possible. Below are a few things we learned...

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Run, Spot, Run! But, Be Careful in the Summer Heat!

See Spot run. Run, Spot, run!

Both running and walking is a great opportunity for you and your doggo to bond, as well as stimulate them physically and mentally. Plus, it’s great for you, too!

BUT WAIT?! Are you and your four-legged family member doing it right in the intense Texas heat? Is your pup ready to run the upcoming Fur Fun Run and the many other active lifestyle events in North Texas?

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Unleashed Thoughts from Dr. Andie Ibarra, Animal & Human Chiropractor

No bones about it, it’s important to take care of our bodies, as well as our pets’. Many of us seek the healing touch of a chiropractor to help us with everything from back injuries to headaches to hip problems and more. But, have you ever thought about chiropractic care for your pet? They need and deserve the same level of healing as humans. Meet Dr. Andie Ibarra from On 4 Legs Wellness, who dedicates her life to help our precious animal kingdom. That’s pretty fur-tastic!

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6 Tips for Bathing a Nervous Dog

If your pup is like most pups, he enjoys getting dirty. Most dogs love rolling in the grass and dirt or plopping down for a good soak in the mud. Even dogs who do nothing but lie around all day still get stinky. Unfortunately, most dogs don't enjoy getting clean. In fact, bath time may be one of the most difficult tasks for you and your pet, particularly if he is scared of baths. Here are some tips that may help.

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