Housebreaking a New Dog

Most of the time, housebreaking is geared toward puppies. But with rescue animals becoming more and more popular, sometimes it is necessary to housebreak an older dog as well. For the best information and advice on this, contact your Vancouver vet. Positive Reinforcement It’s important to make sure that you praise your new dog a

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Is My Dog in Pain?

It isn’t always easy to detect the signs that your furry companion is in pain. Dogs, having no voice of their own, rely on their owners to be vigilant and look for the signs. For more information, ask your Colorado Springs vet. Strange Movement Is your dog limping? Is it favoring one side or another?

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Tips for a Healthy Cat

There are many studies which show that quality of life directly increases quantity in healthy pets. In other words, a happy cat will live a longer life! But how do you keep your cat happy, even when they appear to fuss? For more information, check with your East Greenwich vet. Appropriate Devices Kitty condos, “cat

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Happy Dog, Healthy Dog

We all want to make sure that our dogs are as happy as they can be. Canines make intensely loyal pets and outstanding living companions. In fact, studies have shown that dog owners live longer than non-dog owners and have lower stress. So, besides checking with your Livonia vet, what can you do to make

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Expectations for Senior Dogs

They’ve been your close friend for years. Now, your dog Scruffy is starting to change. Taking care of your dog in old age is much easier to do when you know what to expect. Check with your Greenville vet for the best information. Behavior Is Scruffy not as eager to do things as he was

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Low-maintenance Dogs

Whereas dogs are not always the most low maintenance pets, especially compared to their feline counterparts, there are some dog breeds which are easier to deal with than others. Ask your Montgomery vet for more details. Chihuahua Although they can be quite “yappy” at times, short-haired Chihuahuas are some of the least care-intensive dogs out

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Elderly Cats and Behavior

All pet owners know that one day, their pet will grow old. There are a host of different things that can happen as cats age. Because the lifespan of individual cats can be over 20 years in some cases, it’s important to observe the behavior of your cat to help ascertain whether it’s getting to

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Your Anxious Cat

There are a host of reasons why your cat might be feeling anxious. In fact, anxiety is fairly common among house cats. There are many things you can do at home to look after your cat when he or she is feeling anxious. Check with your Jacksonville vet clinic for the best ways. Behavior Modification

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Managing Your Dog’s Weight

We all want what’s best for our pets. But sometimes, just like us humans, they can start to develop some extra weight. It’s important that your dog remain at a healthy weight in order to live well, but how do you fix this if your dog has gained a lot? Check with your Myrtle Beach

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Can Pets Fly?

It’s set – you’re on your way from New York to California to visit family and you want your dog Ned to tag along. Can he fly? If so how? When it comes to pet traveling, your Indianapolis vet clinic can offer some wonderful suggestions. Space First off, understand that if you take your pet

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