Custom Pet Portraits, the Pet Eternal Way

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Custom Pet Portraits, the Pet Eternal Way In our recent blog posts, we’ve talked about touching ways to memorialize beloved pets who have passed on.¬†Of course, beautiful, custom pet portraits are just one of the many ways that you can remember lost friend. There are many companies that offer custom pet portraits, but Pet Eternal is different. From the beginning to the end of our business together, we are dedicated to assuring that your portrait is exactly what you’re loo.....

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Pet Safety Tips: Heat Stroke

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Summer Pet Safety: Heat Strokes Pet safety is a majority priority during the hottest months of the year. As summer presses on, it is in all pet’s best interests that owners monitor for signs of heat stroke. Even indoor pets, such as guinea pigs or rabbits, can be vulnerable if their home is not maintained at a livable temperature. Pets who spend time outdoors are even more susceptible. Preventing Heat Stroke All great owners know that pet safety is our responsib.....

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Summers and the Pet Memorial Stone

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The Pet Memorial Stone Summer is the perfect season to spend some time in your garden or yard, enjoying time with your family and friends. If you already have a pet memorial stone, you can integrate it into your summer activities, if you’re ever needing quiet time to reflect on all of the amazing times that you’ve spent with a deceased pet. Picnics Have a family picnic near the area where the pet memorial stone rests. Lay out your favorite outdoors blanket.....

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Maintaining Pet Safety on the 4th of July

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The 4th of July can be a stressful event for pets, as the fireworks, friends, and family are an interruption to their everyday routine. If you’re planning a blowout bash, make sure you’re thinking of pet safety. Fireworks can be especially stressful. Pets have a much more acute sense of hearing than humans, so the loud noises can be excruciating for sensitive ears. The first step is keeping pets inside during fireworks displays. Make sure that their tags are .....

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