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Go fish: Tips for setting up aquarium in your home
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Go fish: Tips for setting up aquarium in your home

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If you want to set up your first aquarium, you might be wondering how to get started and which fish species to adopt.

Here are five colorful suggestions that are great for beginners as well as some tips for getting started.

Tips for adding new pet to multi-animal household

Bringing a new pet into a multi-animal household can be difficult. Here's advice on how to do so from pet expert Cathy M. Rosenthal.

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Do you hope to travel with a small dog? Do you wish to remain active and want a dog that can run and hike long distances? Do you want an affectionate companion that will be safe around younger family members? 

If you’re like many pet parents, bringing your furkid along on a shopping trip would be the perfect way to spend a day. While many big-name chain stores have a "service dogs only" policy, you may be surprised to know that a number of them will in fact allow you to shop with your Shih-Tzu or browse with your bulldog. 

Love taking epic adventures with your pet? Looking for ideas, tips, and like-minded adventurers? Social media groups can provide all that, and more; however, not all social media groups are created equal. We went on a search for the most helpful, popular, and fun online pet adventure groups, and we’ve dug up some real gems!

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Because there is a risk that people with COVID-19 could spread the virus to animals, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that pet owners limit their pet’s interaction with people outside the household. To do that, you can:

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While dogs can be infected, it is mainly a human-to-human transmitted disease.A small number of pets worldwide, including cats and dogs, have reportedly been infected with the virus, mostly after close contact with people with COVID-19.Based on the limited information available to date, the risk of animals spreading COVID-19 to people is considered to be low.

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