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Safe Thanksgiving Food For Your Pet

Safe Thanksgiving Food For Your Pet

Thanksgiving is almost here, and for many people, this means a big meal with friends and family. Unfortunately, our pets often go hungry on Thanksgiving because they are not allowed to eat anything off of the table. However, it's possible to make sure your pet gets...

How To Care For Your Senior Pet

How To Care For Your Senior Pet

Caring for a senior pet is as important as caring for any other animal. These animals are at higher risk of health problems and require special care throughout their lives. With the proper lifestyle, diet, and medical care, you can help ensure that your elderly pet...

How to Recognize If Your Cat Is in Pain

How to Recognize If Your Cat Is in Pain

Cats are notoriously stoic animals. They may have been domesticated for 10,000 years, but their instincts still tell them to hide their vulnerabilities. This trait can make recognizing when they are in pain difficult. Your cat may experience pain for numerous reasons,...

Signs Your Pet May Have an Allergy

Signs Your Pet May Have an Allergy

Did you know pets experience allergy signs through their skin instead of their respiratory system? If your furry friend exhibits any of these signs, they may have an allergy.   #1: Chronic itchiness Itchiness (i.e., pruritis) is the most common allergy sign in...

Summer Grooming Tips for Your Pet

Summer Grooming Tips for Your Pet

Now that summer is in full swing, it's important to adapt your pet's grooming to fit the heat. One would think that shaving your pet might be the coolest option, but this is not always the case. Learn how to keep your four-legged friend cool this summer with grooming...

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