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Deworming Your Pets

Deworming Your Pets The topic of deworming can be very unpleasant for most of us. It is important though to protect our pets from these parasites that can cause serious health problems. Check out...

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Loose Leash Training

Loose Leash Training Your dog loves going on walks, but sometimes you don’t love taking her. Is it because she yanks on the leash constantly? Your peaceful walk with the dog can suddenly become...

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Dog Bathing Tips

Dog Bathing Tips Give your dog a bath can be one of the most unpleasant experiences for you and your dog. But it doesn’t have to be. Check out the resources below for some...

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Unusual Eating Habits in Pets

Unusual Eating Habits in Pets Sometimes are pets get into things that they shouldn’t. Sometimes they even eat non-food items which can cause serious, even life-threatening medical complications. For that reason, it is important...

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COVID-19 Response

Great River Rescue’s Response to the COVID-19 Outbreak Over the past few weeks, news regarding the Coronavirus/COVID-19 outbreak has been everywhere. At this point, it is clear that it will and has affected every...

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Registration for Petfixers Clinics Is Now Open

Registration Now Open for 2020 Spay/Neuter Clinics Great River Rescue has announced that qualified low-income pet owners and caretakers of feral cats can now register for low-cost spay/neuter clinics. There are currently eight clinics...

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Destructive Behavior in Dogs

Destructive Behavior in Dogs One of the most common reasons for dogs to be surrendered to a shelter, is for destructive behaviors. A dog that is destroying furniture and other household items can not...

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Learning to Speak Dog

Learn to Speak Dog Dogs don’t use words to speak to us, but they do communicate. Dogs use their body language to tell how their feeling, and what they want and need. It is...

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Fall Harvest Gala

The Fall Harvest Gala A fundraising dinner for Great River Rescue Great River Rescue depends heavily on community support to continue to provide care for companion animals until a suitable home can be found....