8 Tips For Having a Great Pet-Friendly Yard in The Spring

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After a long, cold winter, you aren’t the only one who is ready for Spring. As we start to spend more time outside, it is extremely important to make sure that your yard is pet-friendly and safe after the Winter season. As a pet owner, it’s your job to do so. Before they venture out Read the full article…

Home Improvement Health Safety for Pets

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Tips on how to keep pets safe during home improvement projects. Be careful of the following home improvement project items that can be dangerous to the health safety of your pets. Keep all medications, ant killer locked, and know which landscaping trees and plants and household plants are toxic to your pets.

Pesticide Mishap Highlights Importance of Natural Pest Control

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A federal investigation into the alleged improper use of a pesticide that sickened a Delaware family on vacation in the U.S. Virgin Islands has now expanded to Puerto Rico. While there was no way the family could have avoided their exposure, there are ways to limit your own pesticide use by instead using natural pest control methods.

Lush Lawn Secrets, Hidden Home Health Hazards, How to Stop Dog Digging in Yard and more

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Get advice for a lush lawn, including why a soil test is important.  Find out about potential hidden health hazards in your home, like radon, mold and even germs.  As the weather warms and the pets are in the yard more, you may find holes around the yard.  Tom and Leslie have advice on how to stop a dog from digging holes in your yard.  Plus get answers to your home improvement questions about, non-toxic paints, pool maintenance, pitching an asphalt driveway, staining a deck, metal roofing options, painting composite siding, foundation cracks, building a fire pit.