How to Care for a Bee Sting on Your Kitten

Because kittens are so curious and playful, they can sometimes get into trouble while outdoors. Bees might normally ignore kittens and other pets, but if a playful kitten starts batting a bee around with its paw, the kitten might get stung. It is always scary to see your pet in pain, but a few simple […]

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  • September 13, 2016

Are Your Lawn Care Products Harming Your Cat?

If there is one thing that cats are known for, it is their tendency to prowl around the neighborhood. Whether outdoor or indoor, cats keep a close eye on everything going on in their territory. Unfortunately for our feline friends, an unseen predator lurks in the grass, bushes, and shoes of neighborhoods all across the […]

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  • July 14, 2016

Nutrition Tips for Your Furry Feline

Cats have different nutritional needs at different stages of their lives. One size does not fit all for every cat, nor does it for the same cat as he or she ages. Kittens require nutrients that are less important for senior cats, and cats with health conditions or that are overweight require a diet altogether […]

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  • June 16, 2016

Essential Tips to Prepare Your Pet for a New Family Member

Newly expectant parents often are concerned about how their family dog will react to a new human baby in the house. Biting usually is the biggest fear, and that is valid. The dog’s initial reaction does not have to be extreme, if its owners properly prepare the dog and their house. When to Start If […]

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  • May 30, 2016

Pet Dental Care: 101 (Tips & Tricks Inside)

Many humans ignore their dental hygiene until pain motivates them to seek professional help. Aside from suffering other side effects such as bad breath and difficulty eating, patients end up paying a premium amount for emergency care. Preventive care can reduce costs and help patients avoid serious issues. The same is true for cats and […]

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  • May 23, 2016

5 Tricks to Help Your Dog Live Much Longer

Our dogs are members of the family, so it’s natural we want them to live as long as possible. Adding years to our pups’ lives isn’t as difficult as it may seem. With just a few simple changes, you could extend the life of your four-legged friends. Here are five things you can do to […]

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  • April 30, 2016

How to Deal with Your Puppies’ Separation Anxiety

Just like humans, dogs are prone to developing separation anxiety when taken away from their brothers and sisters or if their owners leave them alone. While not all dogs will undergo the emotional distress associated with separation anxiety, trying to console a pet undergoing a difficult time can be confusing. Dealing with separation anxiety can […]

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  • April 29, 2016

Head Pressing 101: What is it and is My Dog in Danger? 

Not many pet owners understand the dangers that could lie in Head Pressing. In fact, many dog owners may see the behavior and assume the animal is just administering inexplicable, silly behavior. But Head Pressing can actually be a sign or something rather serious. In order to get your four-legged friend the assistance they need, […]

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  • April 27, 2016