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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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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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What is Hypothyroidism and How Does it Affect Your Dog?

Thyroid diseases are unfortunately common in pets. The hormones produced by this small gland in the neck control essential components of your dog’s everyday life. If something starts to go wrong with the gland or your dog’s hormone levels are imbalanced, it won’t take long for you to notice. The most common disease affecting the […]

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An Unquenchable Thirst: Signs Your Cat Has Diabetes

Cats are creatures of habit, which is why changes in behavior are so alarming to owners. If you’ve noticed your cat suddenly lapping up water like it’s been in the desert for days and you’ve been needing to change the litter in the litter box more frequently because your cat appears to be peeing constantly, […]

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The Link Between Your Cat’s Diet and Its Ability to Fight Off Illness

When you think about the digestive system and the colon, you automatically think about the breakdown of food and transportation of nutrients from the gut to other parts of the body. However, this is not the only important role the gut has. The gastrointestinal tract is also home to over half of the cells that […]

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What You Need to Know About Canine Joint Supplements

Arthritis and joint pain are comment problems that affect our four-legged friends, particularly when they get older. Just like in humans, constant pressure on and movement of the joints from running, jumping and rolling around can lead to deterioration and stiffness, hindering your pooch’s movement over time. Canine joint supplements are extremely common, but they […]

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Why Is My Cat Peeing Around the House?

Cat owners spend a lot of time training their pets to use the litter box appropriately. We place the litter boxes in the most convenient locations for our pets and our families, stock up on kitty litter and wait for the day that the new kitten will “go” where it’s supposed to. Once litter box […]

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