Reading Your Cat’s Body Language

Reading Your Cat’s Body Language

Ever notice when your cat curls their tail a certain way or when their ears are turned? Your feline friend is communicating! Learn what signs to look for and find out what they're saying. Signs of an afraid catCats who are afraid can become aggressive, at...

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3 Tips for Using Positive Reinforcement

3 Tips for Using Positive Reinforcement

January is National Train Your Dog Month! A tried and true method for training your pupper is using positive reinforcement. Here are our tips! Reward your pet heavily with their favorite treatAlthough most pets respond well to tasty treats, such as...

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Indoor-Friendly Activities for Bored Pets

Indoor-Friendly Activities for Bored Pets

Winter can bring on the boredom for our furry friends. With less time outdoors, dogs may not be getting to expend much of their energy through play and exercise. Cats will see fewer birds, squirrels, and the like pass by their favorite window for viewing...

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Reasons To Walk Your Dog

Reasons To Walk Your Dog

January: It marks the beginning of the year and the end of the holiday season. It brings short days and cold nights. It’s the middle of winter, with spring still a full two months away. Interestingly, January, that middle-of-winter month, is also “Walk...

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What Is The Dog Flu?

What Is The Dog Flu?

Coughing canine? Drowsy doggie? As cases of canine influenza (dog flu) have been confirmed in an increasing number of U.S. states, many dog caretakers have been left to wonder if their dog has a basic cold or if it could be the dog flu. Below, we will...

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10 Hazardous Thanksgiving Foods For Pets

10 Hazardous Thanksgiving Foods For Pets

This Thanksgiving, be sure to keep your pet safe and happy by keeping these hazardous Thanksgiving foods away from them. Here is a list of 10 hazardous Thanksgiving foods for your pets. 1. Salty Turkey SkinYour Thanksgiving turkey will be basted in a...

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The Importance of Pet Dental Cleanings

The Importance of Pet Dental Cleanings

When was the last time you brushed your pet’s teeth? If you answered never, you aren’t alone. Most pets develop the early stages of periodontal disease by three years of age, and keeping their pearly whites healthy is often an uphill battle for pet owners....

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Halloween Pet Safety Tips

Halloween Pet Safety Tips

Iron Man, Wonder Woman, Captain Underpants… Whatever costumes your children choose for Halloween this year, there’s a good chance your human family members will want to involve your pets in the fun. And, while some pets will enjoy being part of the...

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Cat Aggression: What Is Your Cat Communicating

Cat Aggression: What Is Your Cat Communicating

Ever been petting your cat when she seems to suddenly turn on you, transforming from purring and sweet to evil and attacking? Cats can be mysterious creatures, and many owners of cats become frustrated with their seemingly erratic or aggressive behavior....

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The Facts About Kennel Cough

The Facts About Kennel Cough

What is kennel cough?Also known as infectious canine tracheobronchitis or bordetellosis, kennel cough is a highly contagious respiratory disease that causes inflammation in the throat and lungs of dogs. Many dogs will be exposed to the bacterial infection...

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