Time to Leave the Crate

It’s best to train a new dog or puppy to live and reside in her crate. Keep in mind that not all dogs are capable of being out of their crates when unsupervised. Some get into all kinds of mischief (which is why we love them!) but others can handle it and do better uncrated.

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Is Your Cat Constipated?

We want nothing but the best for our pets. No one enjoys it when they’re in pain. This is often the case when your cat is constipated. So what are some warning signs to determine if your cat is having bowel issues? For the best information, always check with your Niagara Falls vet. Signs There

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Brushing My Cats Teeth? Seriously?

One of the most serious yet overlooked elements of feline health is her teeth. This tends to surprise many people, but they can often be a huge determining factor in your cat’s quality – and quantity – of life. Check with your Poway vet clinic for the best advice. Observations Brushing your cat’s teeth allows

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Ma Kettle’s Adventure

One heartwarming dog story that really hits home is of a lost dog who went on a long journey. If you have any questions on microchipping your dog, check with Oceanside vet clinic. Gone but not Forgotten Unfortunately, back in 2012, there was one lab – Ma Kettle – who was left unfortunately when her

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When Your Dog Runs Away

It can be heartbreaking when the family dog disappears. It is an unfortunate reality that at their hearts, dogs are primal creatures and love to run free on occasion. So what can you do about this? Check with your Vancouver vet clinic for the best answers. Microchipping In this day and time, microchipping has become

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How to Prevent Lost Cats

Sadly, it happens every day. Somewhere, a family cat is scooting out the door or through an open window and out into the world. Unfortunately, many cats when out don’t know how to survive in the wild anymore. For questions about microchipping your cat, check with your Colorado Springs vet. Prevention Now, under most circumstances,

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Kitten or Full Grown Cat?

Sometimes, our more rational selves aren’t always at the helm when making decisions about getting a new pet. Especially when it comes to cats, our brains are skewed towards the more adorable kittens, our natural instinct to take care of tiny and defenseless creatures coming to the forefront. But for your family, what is truly

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Cat Traits

There are all sorts of cats in the world. Big ones, small ones, furry ones, hairless ones – the list goes on and on! So what sorts of traits are more or less universal among cats (besides stealing dog beds)? What really brings this whole family together under one roof? For more information on cats

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Dogs and Us

Did you know that there is an extensive connection between canines and humans? Indeed, without our dog companions, we might never have become what we are today. For more information on pet care, check with your East Greenwich vet. Before In the beginning, there were very few species of dogs in the world. In fact,

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