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What Kinds of People Foods Are Safe for Cats?

Although dogs are typically known for being the pets begging for table scraps when your family sits down to a meal, cats can also be expert beggars, eager to try human food. As cat owners, we love to spoil our feline friends, so we may decide to slip them a little treat now and then. […]

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Your Dog Devoured Something He Shouldn’t Have… Now What?

Dogs are curious, and they love to gnaw on things. Whether it’s a bone, a toy or your brand-new shoes, Fido has probably thought about putting it in its mouth at least once. Unfortunately, you’re not always going to be able to stop your dog from chewing on and eating things it shouldn’t. It’s extremely […]

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Take Your Meds! How to Get Your Cat to Accept Medication

When you were a child, it’s likely that you refused to take medicine that your parents tried to give you, even though it was designed to help you. Now, as an adult who owns a cat, you may be experiencing the same sort of frustration your parents did years ago. Cats that get prescribed medication […]

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6 of the Healthiest Dog Breeds and the Secret Behind Their Healthiness

When making the decision to adopt a dog, it’s difficult to picture a day when that beloved pooch will no longer be with you. Unfortunately, dogs can’t live forever, but some tend to live much longer than others. It’s a well-known fact that certain breeds have a tendency to fall ill with particular diseases. In […]

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If Your Cat Has Started Hiding, It’s Important to Understand Why

Cats aren’t always the most social creatures. They often spend most of their days lounging around in sunny spots or curled up in small places within your home. Your cat probably hides for a while during the day, out of sight, either napping or observing the world around it. However, if your cat is starting […]

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What’s Up with Your Dog’s Hacking Cough?

It can be startling to hear your dog cough. Like in humans, dogs can get dust or food particles stuck in their throats and will need to clear them, so a few coughs every now and then is usually no cause for concern. But if your dog begins to cough regularly and forcefully, there is […]

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Motion Sickness Keeps Your Cat from Being a Road Trip Companion

Anyone with a pet knows how fun it can be to bring our beloved furry friends on the road with us. Traveling with a cat sounds like a great time. Unfortunately, though, many cats have a strong aversion to traveling and will usually get sick in the car, turning a fun road trip into a […]

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A Few Tips for Keeping Your Pup’s Pearly Whites Clean

Most dog owners have endured the gross experience of playing with their dog, only to have it come up to your face, panting and giving you a whiff of its foul doggy breath. A lot of pet owners assume that bad breath in dogs is normal. But while your dog’s breath will probably have a […]

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Recognizing Eye Irritation in Your Cat

A cat’s eyes are extremely recognizable—the round shapes, the brightly-colored irises and the narrow, slit-like pupils help distinguish cats from other animals. As pet owners, we know that our cat’s eyes are supposed to be clear and bright. This is why it’s so easy to tell when cats are experiencing eye problems. Eye irritation is […]

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How Much Shedding Is Too Much Shedding and What Does It Mean?

Visit a dog owner’s house and you may come face-to-face with furniture, clothes and carpeting covered in fur. Although it can be a nuisance, shedding in dogs is perfectly normal—it’s simply their process of removing dead or damaged hair from their coats. However, excessive shedding may be indicative of an underlying health problem. Knowing your […]

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