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Beware of fireworks, heat, and food on a stick
The common trappings of summer —cookouts, hot, humid weather and fireworks—all pose a danger to dogs, says LizRozanski, DVM, Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University....
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You can have pets in the yard and still have a beautiful landscape. Petscaping is landscape design with animals in mind to create space you'll both love.
Radio interview source: Scott Cohen, Garden Designer/Author\ Listen here to the radio story (mp3) or read below Many dogs find their favorite spots in the yard. You can work your pet's...
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If you can't keep the cats out of your garden, create one especially for them. Your feline friends will go crazy over fresh catnip, dirt to roll in, and other things.
Radio interview source: Dr. Leonard Perry, Extension Horticulturist, University of Vermont Listen here to the radio story (mp3) or read below   Cats that like to join you in the...
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Understanding trail riding practices will ensure you stay safe while riding
Radio interview source: Jenifer Nadeau, Equine Extension Specialist, University of Connecticut Listen here to the radio story (mp3) or read below   Riding horses is a fun...
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One spring, Becca Selkirk was working in her garden when she noticed a deserted baby raccoon. The raccoon, affectionately named Rocky, kindly approached her husband and the two decided to care for...
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"Country view" asks you to address subjects on which you are the experts. For June, you shared your best pet stores.
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Dogs and gardens don't necessarily mix, but with a little planning and training, you can keep your dogs safe and your gardens beautiful!
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Less than a half-hour commute from the big city sits a delightful oasis for both humans and animals.
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"Country view" asks you to address subjects on which you are the expert. This month you share your poultry stories.
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