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With 33 years of success, Pet Food Depot set to open third location in August

With 33 years of success, Pet Food Depot set to open third location in August

Author: City Sun Times This three-generation, family-owned and operated pet store has been providing pet owners in the Metro Phoenix area with exceptional customer service for over three decades. Slated to open this August, the third and newest location of this independent chain pet store will be located at the corner of Tatum and Cactus at 4619 E. Cactus Road Suite 2B01, Phoenix. Their stores are operated by at least one family member in each location. With ties to the community that they serve, they’re able to cater to their customers by providing products unique to each area.“Our success is most...

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Notice changes in your dog’s appetite? Pet Food Depot offers some advice

Notice changes in your dog’s appetite? Pet Food Depot offers some advice

Author: City Sun Times There’s an abundance of reasons that may cause a dog to stop eating as much as they usually do, or to stop eating altogether. Some common causes include everything from heat to mouth/dental injuries, Parvo or other illnesses, recent vaccinations, stress from new surroundings or a death in the family.Changes in medications, dirty dishes, stale food, changes in the type of food a dog is fed, manipulation, eating something they shouldn’t have, such as chocolate, garbage, plants, etc., changes in age or health, worms, parasites or digestive issues may also cause a pet to stop eating.It’s important...

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Halloween Pet Safety Tips: Keep Your Furry Friends Happy and Safe

Halloween Pet Safety Tips: Keep Your Furry Friends Happy and Safe

Halloween is a time for fun, costumes, and treats, but it can also present various hazards for our four-legged family members. From tempting candy to spooky decorations, it's essential to take precautions to ensure the safety and well-being of your pets during this festive season. In this blog, we'll explore some Halloween pet safety tips to help you and your furry companions enjoy the holiday together safely. Candy Caution: One of the biggest Halloween hazards for pets is candy. Chocolate, in particular, is toxic to dogs and cats. Keep all Halloween treats out of your pet's reach and ensure that...

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Where to Look for Ticks on Pets

Where to Look for Ticks on Pets

Ticks are unwelcome guests that can pose serious health risks to our beloved pets. These tiny parasites can transmit diseases like Lyme disease and Rocky Mountain spotted fever, making tick prevention and regular checks an essential part of pet care. In this blog, we'll guide you through the process of where to look for ticks on your pets to help ensure their well-being. The Head and Neck Area Ticks are drawn to warm, hidden areas, and your pet's head and neck are prime spots for them to attach. Comb through your pet's fur, paying close attention to the ears, around...

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Essential Tips for Keeping Your Pet Safe and Cool During the Summer Heat

Essential Tips for Keeping Your Pet Safe and Cool During the Summer Heat

The scorching summer heat can pose significant risks to our beloved pets. As pet owners, it's crucial to take proactive measures to ensure their safety and well-being during the hot months. This blog will provide you with essential tips to help keep your furry friends safe, cool, and comfortable when temperatures soar. Hydration is Paramount: One of the most critical aspects of summer pet care is maintaining proper hydration. Always provide fresh and cool water for your pets, both indoors and outdoors. Consider investing in a pet water fountain or automatic watering system to ensure a continuous supply. Additionally, carry...

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