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Federation of Insured Dog Owners, Inc.
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Without the proper training, taking a dog out into stressful environments with new people, dogs and smells can be overwhelming, leading to aggressive and insecure behavior.

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Any breed can be qualified to become a service animal, but it takes quite a bit of forethought and training to make your dog into one.

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While the benefits of canine companionship are obvious, service animals require a lot of forethought and training to become eligible.
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While there’s no doubt that dogs tend to bring joy and comfort to their owners, claiming your pet is a service dog can have negative consequences. http://bit.ly/2tMRXNB

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While these trained animals by definition have a job to do, there are some people who abuse the system and label a pet as a service animal when it does not have sufficient training or credentials. http://bit.ly/2sAEpSM

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Behavioral changes and loss of appetite and can signal parasitic infection. However, not all signs are easy to read. http://bit.ly/2rsQyvN


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The intense heat and allergens in the air this summer can stir up inflammation or allergic reactions in your pet, but these irritations can be easily spotted and treated if you understand what to look for.

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Parasites and other unpleasant things lurk in the bushes and creeks where your pup likes to frolic, so be sure to understand how to avoid them and what to do if your pet picks one up.

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It’s easy for a dog to overexert himself in extreme temperatures. The best way to protect your dog is to get acquainted with these seasonal hazards.
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