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How to care for pets that are blind

Considering adopting a pet that's blind? These wonderful pets can still have a good quality of life, but you'll need to adapt how you care for them. Here are a few tips to help keep your pet safe while they navigate the world without eyesight.

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Support AHS at GLOW Holiday Festival

Experience the holiday magic of over a million lights, illuminated trees, larger than life icicles and art installations, and more ― all while you make a difference for animals in need! Purchase tickets to GLOW Holiday Festival and $1 from every ticket will benefit local charities, including Animal Humane Society.

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Adopting an older animal may be your perfect fit

Kittens and puppies are adorable, but older animals are equally ready to be your new best friend. November is National Adopt a Senior Pet Month and we're taking this time to highlight a few of the reasons why adopting a senior pet might be the best decision you could ever make. 

Festive treats to share with your dog 

Want to share a little holiday cheer with your dog? While traditional festive ingredients aren't always safe for your dog to consume, you can DIY your own treats for your dog to enjoy. 

In this video, you'll learn how to make a tasty treat that your pup will be thankful for. Made with all safe and seasonal ingredients, these pumpkin pie dog treats are the perfect addition to your next holiday meal. 

Interested in what other foods your dog can enjoy? Check out our list of festive foods your pets can enjoy, too!

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