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You May Need to Change Your Dog’s Feeding Habits this Winter

Now that winter is officially here, and the cold has crept into many places around the world, we’ve been cranking our thermostats, donning winter jackets and adjusting our lives to fit with the weather. But have you considered that you need to make a few changes for your dog, as well? One of the major […]

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Shedding Everywhere: Reasons Why Your Cat is Losing So Much Hair

One of the tell-tale signs of cat ownership is the seemingly endless supply of cat hair that manages to get everywhere—like your clothes, furniture and sometimes even food. Shedding can become a nuisance. It can also get scary for owners when it seems like their cat is losing more hair than it should be. If […]

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Holiday Hazards for Your Pets

It’s almost the holiday season, and homes around the world are getting ready to host parties and celebrations of many different winter holidays. In addition to the food, guest list and party schedule, pet owners should also be wary of one additional thing: potential hazards for their pets. Not all decorations and foods that are […]

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Reasons Behind Frequent Urination in Dogs

For dog owners who don’t have a doggy door or a gated yard for their homes, taking the dog outside can be a bit of an inconvenience. Sometimes, it seems like the dog whines every 10 minutes to go out and pee, even though you just took them out. While this may be an exasperated […]

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Your Cat’s Runny Nose May Be a Sign of Cat Flu

Everyone gets a runny nose now and then, even our cats. But if you notice your cat’s nose leaking clear—or even yellow or green—discharge quite often, something is probably going on with its health. A runny nose is relatively common in cats and could be caused by a few different things. One thing that pet […]

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Do Dogs Experience Muscle Soreness?

Like most dogs, your dog probably loves to jump, run, roll and zoom around. Exercise is a critical part of dog ownership because our precious pooches need to release their extra energy and build up strong muscles to stay healthy. But sometimes, certain levels of exercise can be too much. Much like in humans, dogs […]

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Winter Weather Poses a Threat to Your Pooch’s Paws

Winter is right around the corner, and for many dog owners, that means, so are ice and snow. Dogs have an amazing ability to withstand very low temperature in their feet. But that doesn’t mean that continuously walking on ice, snow and road salt won’t have an effect on their paws. In preparation for the […]

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What Your Cat’s Body Language is Trying to Tell You

Cats are known as temperamental animals; one moment, they could be cuddling you on the couch, and the next, they’ll be across the room, not wanting to be touched. For this reason, it can sometimes be difficult to understand what your cat wants or what it is trying to tell you. Because our cats can’t […]

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10 Fall Dangers That Could Affect Your Pet’s Health

Fall is a fun season for so many reasons—pumpkin picking, Halloween decorations, cozy sweaters, the changing of the leaves and the upcoming holidays, just to name a few. Pet owners tend to love fall because it’s a great time to take your four-legged friends out on beautiful, scenic walks and enjoy the crisp autumn air. […]

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Your Dog’s Bowel Problems Might Be a Sign of Distress

Picking up poop is one of a dog owner’s least favorite activities, but higher on that list is discovering that your dog had an accident inside the house. A dog’s inability to control its bowels or a dog having diarrhea or constipation usually poses a red flag for owners, and rightfully so. Gastrointestinal (GI) issues […]

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