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How to Tell If You Have an Anxious Cat

How to Tell If You Have an Anxious Cat

Cats are highly sensitive creatures, which means they don’t react well to change. Whether the disruption is minor, such as moving clocks ahead an hour and changing a routine or major, such as moving to a new home, these things can lead to an anxious cat. Learn to...

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How Heartworms Develop in Pets

How Heartworms Develop in Pets

While you may know heartworms are transmitted to pets via the bites of infected mosquitoes, you may not realize that mammals are an essential part of the heartworm life cycle as well. In honor of National Heartworm Awareness Month, we’re sharing how important your pet...

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Respecting Your Cat’s Unique Nature

Respecting Your Cat’s Unique Nature

On March 28, we celebrate Respect Your Cat Day. While proud felines typically demand our respect and unwavering devotion every day of the year, make it a point to cater to their unique needs on their noteworthy holiday. Try the following ways to show your cat that you...

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Stress-Free Traveling Tips for You and Your Pet

Stress-Free Traveling Tips for You and Your Pet

Few things are better than getting away during Spring Break and taking a relaxing vacation, especially if your furry friend tags along. However, before heading out on an adventure with your pet, ensure you’re prepared for safe travels.    #1: Follow rules and...

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Pet End-of-Life Care Options

Pet End-of-Life Care Options

Knowing your pet is nearing the end of their life is heartbreaking, but understanding and preparing for their final moments can help you accept their passing. Whether your beloved companion is reaching the end of their natural life span, or suffering from a chronic...

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Why Dental X-Rays Are Important for Pet Oral Health

Why Dental X-Rays Are Important for Pet Oral Health

When it comes to your pet’s oral health, we want the full picture of what is happening above and below the gumline. There is no better way to determine the extent of periodontal disease than by taking full-mouth dental X-rays. This process gives us a complete...

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Is Your Pet Protected from Parasites All Year Long?

Is Your Pet Protected from Parasites All Year Long?

With winter here and the thermometer taking a dip, you may think it’s safe to skip a dose or two of your pet’s parasite prevention medication. After all, you hardly venture outdoors in such conditions, so what pest could possibly be lurking out there? The truth is,...

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New Year’s Resolutions for Pets and Owners

New Year’s Resolutions for Pets and Owners

The start of a new year has always been a time to improve your life. This year, ensure you also include your pet in that focus. Here are five New Year’s resolutions to add to your list that are guaranteed to change your pet’s life.   #1: Dedicate more time to training...

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4 Holiday DIY Pet Toy Ideas

4 Holiday DIY Pet Toy Ideas

Make your pet’s Christmas special this year by crafting one of these four fun DIY gifts.   #1: Design a peekaboo puzzle for cats Find a sturdy cardboard box that can support your cat’s weight and ensure it isn’t more than a few inches deep. Cut circular holes...

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How to Celebrate National Cat Lovers Month

How to Celebrate National Cat Lovers Month

This December is National Cat Lovers Month, and although it seems as if the focus should be on cat-loving people, cats are typically the center of attention. To celebrate your love of all things feline, try the following five tips.   #1: Treat your cat to a...

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