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Moving With Your Pet

Moving With Your Pet

As exciting as moving can be, it can also be stressful. There are so many different things that need to be taken care of, and your pet is unique. What kinds of things do you need to consider before moving with your pet? How do you even begin to know what you need to...

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Bonding With Your Cat

Bonding With Your Cat

Bonding with your cat is not a straightforward task. It can be hard to tell what your cat is thinking or feeling. You might even find yourself envying dog owners sometimes. After all, their pups seem to love them immediately! There is something special about working...

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How to Stop Your Pet From Over-grooming

How to Stop Your Pet From Over-grooming

Is your pet over-grooming? Our pets bathe and groom themselves quite often. How can you tell how much grooming is too much? Generally, you should be concerned about over-grooming if there is hair loss, the skin is red, irritated, or inflamed, or obsessiveness...

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Introducing Your New Cat!

Introducing Your New Cat!

Congratulations on your new cat! If you’re concerned that your new cat and your resident cat might not get along, you’re in good company. That’s a common concern. We all know our cats can be very territorial, but don’t lose hope! With a bit of preparation and a gentle...

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Grooming Tips for Your Long-Haired Cat

Grooming Tips for Your Long-Haired Cat

Most of the time, our cats handle grooming, but if your kitty has a luxurious long mane, you may have to help them out a little. Not that all cats can’t benefit from some extra grooming, but long-haired cats seem to need a bit more assistance than other cats. Proper...

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Signs Your Dog Is in Pain

Signs Your Dog Is in Pain

It would be so nice if our dogs could tell us what was wrong with them. Unfortunately, until a time comes when they can talk to us, we have to use other methods of figuring out when they’re in pain. Here are some ways your dog may be trying to communicate their...

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Farm Animals: Do They Make Good Pets, Too?

Farm Animals: Do They Make Good Pets, Too?

Are you bored with dogs and cats? Maybe it’s time to consider something off the beaten path. If you’re considering farm animals such as poultry or goats as a new pet for your household, you should first take a good long look at your situation. Environment Depending on...

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Should You Get a Horse?

Should You Get a Horse?

Horses are some of the most beautiful creatures on this green earth. We love them for so many reasons, and the idea of owning one of these fabulous animals and having it bless your daily life is positively enchanting. A childhood dream you could make come true! Before...

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Breaking Your Dog’s Begging Habit

Breaking Your Dog’s Begging Habit

It’s so cute in the beginning. Your dog is sitting at your side while you eat, looking up at you with big sad eyes, wanting table scraps. How can you say no to that face? You were getting full and weren’t going to eat all your dinner anyway. Over time, however, cute...

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Canine Skin Problems and Solutions

Canine Skin Problems and Solutions

Are you worried that your dog might have a skin problem? Skin problems are one of dog owners’ top concerns to their veterinarians. It isn’t surprising. Just like humans, they’ve got a lot of skin exposed. Here are some signs to look for before going to your...

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Paw Care for Your Dog!

Paw Care for Your Dog!

Could your puppy use a pedicure? The answer is yes! Imagine how the bottoms of your feet would look if you did not wear shoes out and about. You might have a lot of the same problems your dog does! The blisters, tears on the pads, and mats between their toes are just...

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Heatstroke Signs in Your Dog

Heatstroke Signs in Your Dog

Dogs do not sweat like humans. They begin to pant and drool when they get too hot. The extra air cools their saliva, helps evaporation in their lungs and reduces body temperature. Their blood vessels will also expand in their ears, face, and feet to get more blood...

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