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  • Jan 27 2018

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    Should Dogs Be Allowed On Your Bed?

    A growing number of Americans spend their nights snuggled up with their dogs. In fact, a recent survey by the American Pet Products Manufacturers Association found that 42 percent of…

  • Jan 26 2018

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    Tips To Make Your Aging Dog’s Life Longer and Happier

    1.  Keep your dog trim Keep your dog at a slim, trim body weight. Obesity dramatically contributes to ever so many age-related, debilitating issues such as arthritis (a huge problem for way too many…

  • Jan 19 2018

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    Why Cats Might Drool

    Unlike some dogs, cats do not drool a great deal, and in fact, it sometimes goes unnoticed (unless we scratch their chins or find a small damp spot where they have been lying…

  • Jan 13 2018

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    Your Dog’s Teeth – Stay Informed and Take Good Care!

    Dogs have 42 smile generators. Keeping those 42 teeth strong, healthy, and happy is essential to preventing illness, pain, and may extend longevity. Each February, U.S. veterinarians celebrate National Pet Dental Health Month to raise awareness…

  • Jan 12 2018

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    Cat Constipation

    Many cats are notorious for not drinking much water. This makes them prone to constipation. It would be a major error to take this condition lightly. Constipation is never normal. It can lead…

  • Jan 06 2018

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    Be Careful With Dogs And Peanut Butter!

    Ah, peanut butter—so yummy, but so unhealthy for you. Some peanut butter companies have tried to make peanut butter healthier by reducing the amount of fat within their peanut butter….

  • Jan 05 2018

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    How To Know If Your Cat Can Drink Milk

    Many people don’t think twice about giving dairy to cats. Whipped cream is used as a common treat, and what kind of cat commercial would be complete without depicting a…

  • Jan 05 2018

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    Why Your Cat May Be Getting Thin

    Weight loss is a common feline problem, particularly in senior kitties. Figuring out if your kitty is losing weight may be reliant on what you feel (rather than what you see). This is…

  • Dec 30 2017

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    How To Safely Remove Ticks From Your Dog

    There are very few things with a greater “yuk factor” than an attached and feeding tick on your dog (or even yourself). While so called “seed ticks” are quite small, they are…

  • Dec 30 2017

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    Tips For Preventing Tick-Borne Diseases In Dogs

    Ticks are such annoying little creatures, but far more significant than the nuisance factor is their ability to spread disease. Ticks that embed in a dog’s skin can transmit a variety of serious and…