Remembering War Dogs

Memorial Day, a federal holiday in the United States, is a day to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our great country. Not to be confused with Veterans Day, Memorial Day is a day of commemorating those men, women, and yes, dogs who have died while serving this country. Dogs have been by man’s side…  
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Leash Laws: Know the Facts

Many people may be unaware of the new leash laws in Tredyffrin Township. At the November 7, 2018 Board of Supervisors meeting, changes to the Park and Recreation Ordinance, Chapter 138, were approved – which include changes to the off-leash rules for dogs in the township. In an effort to clear up any confusion that…  
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Doggo Lingo: Are You Hip?

Since the rise of pet posts, especially memes, you may have come across terms that you don’t recognize. You are not alone. In years past, cats were all the rage on the internet. Grumpy Cat, for example, is an American internet celebrity cat. Many know her for her permanently “grumpy” facial appearance. She has been…  
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Dog Show at Devon Horse Show

Dogs at Devon? Yes – On the first day of competition at the Devon Horse Show & Country Fair, after the horses leave the ring, the dogs will take over and compete in equestrian-like classes. What A Good Dog Halo Awards What a Good Dog will be extending their appreciation to the community by presenting the…  
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April Showers

When Fido Fears T-Showers The sky darkens, the wind picks up, thunder rumbles in the distance, and your dog is panting, shaking, and looking for a place to hide. Does this sound familiar? If you are a pet parent dealing with this issue, rest assured that there are steps you can take to relieve some…  
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Prevent Lyme Disease in Dogs

“Pennsylvania is the bull’s eye for Lyme disease,” said Harold Cohick, president of the Chambersburg Lyme Alliance.  If that isn’t scary enough, scientists believe that this year could be one of the worst. They are predicting a surge in the number of Lyme-carrying ticks beginning in April and lasting into early summer.  April is Prevention…  
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Free Pet ID at Braxton’s

Did you know that according to the American Humane Association over 10 million dogs and cats are lost or stolen in the U.S. every year? April 17 -23, 2019 is National Pet Identification Week and Braxton’s Animal Works is reminding its customers to take every precaution to be sure you can be reunited with your pet in the…  
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Heartworms: Know the Facts

Heartworms in dogs is costly and difficult to treat, but inexpensive and easy to prevent. April is National Heartworm Awareness Month, and Braxton’s wants you to have the facts. 1.More than a million pets in the U.S. have heartworm disease. 2.Heartworm disease has been diagnosed in all 50 states. 3.Both cats and dogs contract heartworm…  
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Pet Poison Prevention Month

Do you know that most calls to pet poison hotlines involve dogs? We all know the obvious hazards to our pets, but do you realize that everyday, household substances can be most harmful? Braxton’s is urging you to remember the four-legged members of the family, as they are among the most vulnerable. We encourage you to…  
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When to Switch Puppies to Adult Food

So, you got a new puppy; there is so much to learn. Eating schedules, potty training, playtime, and obedience training. Ultimately, this is a question for your veterinarian; however, there are some standard guidelines to follow. The baseline is that you want to switch your puppy to adult food when she is at or around her…  
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