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My Dog Feels Warm: Does it Have a Fever?

Dealing with a sick pet is often much harder than dealing with a sick child. While children can vocalize their concerns and how they are feeling, and quick at-home tests can provide proof of fevers and illness, dogs are unable to provide us such accurate information. Instead, sick dogs will show us they are ill […]

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If Your Cat’s Eyes are Cloudy, It May Have Cataracts

Cat eyes are universally recognizable. Large and wide, with a slit-like pupil, they are constantly observing their surroundings or staring us down. Because we see these eyes so often, it is very easy to notice when something doesn’t look quite right with them. One common complaint from cat owners is that their cat’s eyes look […]

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Phew! How to Manage Your Dog’s Stinky Gas

Just like humans, our dogs can’t help but let out a little toot every once in a while. Flatulence, or farting, is a perfectly natural part of your dog’s daily bodily functions. However, sometimes dogs get a bout of the most offensive-smelling farts possible and just can’t stop tooting. If your dog constantly produces gas, […]

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The Best Ways to Maintain Your Cat’s Beautiful Coat

Unless your cat is hairless, you’re probably used to seeing your cat with a fluffy, shiny coat of hair. But your cat’s coat is more than just a bunch of soft hairs to stroke. It actually plays a big role in its day-to-day life. Cat hair protects your cat from temperature shifts and keeps it […]

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Allergies Might Be at the Root of Your Dog’s Hair Loss

Almost all dogs shed their fur (often to their owners’ dismay), but this usually does not affect the look and feel of their coat overall. That’s why, if you notice that your dog is shedding tons of fur, its coat is thinning in places or it is even developing bald spots, there is probably a […]

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Should Cats Wear Collars? Choosing the Right One for Your Kitten

It’s not uncommon to see a dog wearing a collar around its neck for both leash and identification purposes, but it appears different when it comes to cats. Not only are cats more finnicky when it comes to things around their necks, but many cat owners mistakenly believe their cat doesn’t need a collar because […]

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Top Health Supplements to Consider for Your Pooch

Humans take vitamins and supplements each and every day to make up for nutritional deficiencies and help their bodies function optimally, but have you considered also giving supplements to your pets? Of course, dogs should never take any supplements designed for humans, but there are a wide variety of pet supplements available that can make […]

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Discover the Many Pet Health Benefits of Omega-3 Fatty Acids

Pet parents are always on the lookout for new things to give their pets to make them happier and healthier. Lately, supplements have been a point of focus in the pet health community. One type of supplement in particular, omega-3 fatty acids, is very popular because of its many health benefits. Both dogs and cats […]

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Is Your Cat Having A Reaction to Its Food? It Might Have an Issue with These Common Allergens

Allergies are a relatively common problem in cats. Whether they are caused by environmental allergens, flea bites or food, the symptoms of allergies can drive your cat crazy—from itchy, inflamed skin to vomiting and diarrhea. Food allergies are not as common as other types of cat allergies, but they can be frustrating to deal with […]

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Should You Really Be Letting Your Dog Gnaw on Sticks?

It’s practically a fact of nature: dogs love sticks. Pet owners are hardly surprised when they let their dogs out to pee and the dog returns with a branch—often one much larger than the dog can reasonably carry! For most owners, sticks aren’t a huge cause for concern. They’re natural and similar to a bone, […]

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