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Top Animal Cruelty Organization Warns Against People Walking Cats

The UK’s top animal cruelty organization has warned cat owners against succumbing to a popular new trend fueled by social media. Most pet cats are primarily indoor creatures with little if any desire for the outdoors, which is traditionally seen as a dangerous environment for them. But over the past few years, a growing amount […]

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Against The Grain: The Rise Of Grain-Free Diets

A quick trip to any pet supply store will reveal a plethora of diets marketed to be free of grains, especially in the fast-growing market of natural pet foods. Grain-free diets are often viewed interchangeably as low carbohydrate, high protein, or highly digestible. But ingredients don’t always tell the full nutritional story, which is why […]

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The Anti-Vaccination Movement Has Apparently Spread To Pets

A growing number of New York pet owners are now refusing to vaccinate their pets, citing the same skepticism surrounding vaccinations for human beings. The anti-vaccine movement started a few years ago when parents began spreading rumors that the shots could cause various conditions, most notably autism. There is no scientific evidence linking vaccinations to […]

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Think The Fattest States Have The Fattest Pets? Think Again, Research Says

The relationship between human obesity and different regions of the US isn’t too difficult to comprehend. For example, most of the least educated states are located down south, therefore it’s no surprise that these states have some of the highest obesity rates in the country. This suggests that the same concept would apply to pets […]

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Dog Flu Outbreak: Everything Pet Owners Need To Know

Florida’s dog flu outbreak has officially spread to Tennessee, according to the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine. Late last month, Florida health officials confirmed at least a dozen cases of canine influenza that is believed to have spread from dog shows in DeLand, Florida and Perry, Georgia. All affected dogs are currently being […]

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Nationwide Initiative Seeks To End Euthanasia Of Shelter Animals By 2025

A Utah non-profit is leading a nationwide mission to permanently eliminate the need to euthanize healthy shelter dogs and cats. Based in the city of Kanab, the Best Friends Animal Society is known as the largest “no-kill” animal sanctuary in the US. It works with animal shelters across the country to end animal homelessness, reduce […]

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Are Automatic Feeders For Pets Sending The Wrong Message?

Next month marks the release of the Catspad, an autonomous device that provides dry food and clean water to cats based on a schedule created by the owner. Designed by a French startup, you can arrange portions by weight and track your cat’s calorie intake via a nutrition calendar that comes with the Catspad mobile […]

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Obese Pets Are Developing The Same Diseases As Humans

An increasing amount of obese dogs and cats are now suffering from the exact same diseases as obese people, according to a recent press release. In 2015, a survey by the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention found that approximately 58% of cats and 54% of dogs in the US are overweight. The explanation came to […]

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Pet Wellbeing eBooks and Whitepapers Directory

Here is a list of publications and information published by Pet Wellbeing: Pet Allergies Pet Parents Guide to Pet Allergies Cancer Understanding Cancer in Cats Understanding Cancer in Dogs Cushings Disease Understanding Cushing’s Disease in Dogs Heart Disease Understanding Feline Heart Disease Understanding Canine Heart Disease Liver Disease Understanding Liver Disease in Cats Understanding Liver […]

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All Life Stage Diets – Premium Holistic Pet Food

There are many questions regarding the labeling of pet foods and one major question from many owners is “How can pet food be appropriate for “all life stage diets”?  This labeling is not to say that there is no need for a puppy or senior formulas in our healthy dogs and cats, but that one food […]

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