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March 28, 2017

How to Get Started With Dog Shows

  Have you ever watched a dog show and thought, “My dog could do that?” The truth of the matter is that it is fairly difficult to get started participating in dog shows. However, that does not mean it is impossible. There are some b


March 27, 2017

8 Tips for Living With a Three-Legged Dog


There are a lot of reasons a dog may lose a leg. Some pups have complications at birth that result in the loss of a leg while others lose their leg after getting hit by a car. Canine osteosarcoma, which is a type of bone cancer, is the most common fa


March 26, 2017

Protecting Your Cat from Common Springtime Allergies


  If you’ve ever dealt with seasonal allergies before, you’re undoubtedly already aware how absolutely miserable they can be. In fact, you probably have plenty of medications and home remedies at the ready to treat your symptoms at


March 25, 2017

Identifying Common Springtime Allergies in Your Dog


Like human beings, your dog’s body might begin to identify completely harmless substances as harmful additions, leading to a series of uncomfortable and potentially dangerous side effects which may be identified as allergic reactions. While som


March 23, 2017

Creating a Pet-Friendly Garden This Spring


If you have a green thumb and pets, you may have a hard time creating a peaceful garden. Dogs and cats don’t always respect these green spaces. Rather than giving up your vegetables and flowers, consider putting the following tips into action t


March 22, 2017

10 Tricks to Make Sure Your Dog Stays Healthy During the Rainy Season


  As a dog owner, you want to make sure you are taking the best possible care of your pet. When the seasons change, there are different hazards to watch out for and various measures that must be taken in order to ensure your dog doesn’t g


March 21, 2017

10 Steps to Take When You Adopt a Rescue Dog


  Adopting a rescue dog can be one of the most rewarding experiences of your life. It can also be challenging if you are unaware of what it takes to properly care for this kind of dog. Although there will be an adjustment period with any new do


March 20, 2017

Why Your Cat Sleeps So Much


  If you’ve been around cats to any extent in your life, you’ve probably already noticed that they seem to require a ridiculous amount of sleep. In fact, the average cat sleeps for around fifteen hours per day, though it’s not


March 19, 2017

What to Do If Your Dog Has Bad Breath


  One of the most annoying things your pooch can do is try to get some smooches from you while breathing heavily onto your face. This becomes all the more cumbersome when your pup has disgustingly bad breath. Sometimes this can be remedied by s


March 18, 2017

Dealing with the Loss of a Cherished Pet


  During a conversation, your friend tells you that a close relative has just died. While you sense his sadness during the story, you also show sympathy for your friend. Later in that same conversation, which has changed topics several times, y


March 17, 2017

Tips for Cat Owners With Allergies


  Cat allergies are awful. Whether you’ve forced yourself not to own a cat due to your allergies or you’ve been simply muddling through the runny nose and itchy eyes for years, your allergies have certainly gotten in the way and min


March 16, 2017

Flea Protection: Why It’s an Absolute Must


  Fleas. It’s a word that pet owners like yourself dread, especially with the spring and summer months just around the corner. If your pet spends any amount of time outdoors, they’re at risk for flea and tick infestation, leading to


March 11, 2017

Obesity in Dogs and Cats


  The obesity epidemic in society hit headlines a few years ago, and while the situation has improved somewhat in the United States, it still poses a health problem for young people and adults. Pets are not immune from the issue of obesity, par

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