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6 Tips for the Perfect Doggy Playdate

 by michelle on 25 Jul 2014 |
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If you want to set your dog up with a furry friend but don't know where to begin, here are some simple tips to create both a fun and safe environment for your dog's playdate. 1. Set the playdate up in a safe, neutral environment This could be a dog...

Why is my Cat Chewing on my Fingers?

 by danielle on 25 Jul 2014 |
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Ouch! One moment you are cuddling your soft purring kitty and the next moment their teeth are embedded in your finger. What is behind cats and finger nipping?   Image Credit   Rarely is your cat actually being aggressive when they dig their teeth ...

Why do Puppies Nip and How to Stop it

 by jaime on 25 Jul 2014 |
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What is it? Nipping, also known as gentle mouthing is not biting. It's something that puppies do a lot of and most of the time it's while they play. Controlling the force of their nipping or gentle mouthing is called bite inhibition and usually puppi...

Move House with Your Cat – Stress Free!

 by danielle on 24 Jul 2014 |
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Cats tend not to be keen on strangers in the house, new environments or hustle and bustle, making the general craziness of a house move a kind of feline nightmare. But with planning and sensitivity to your kitty’s fears and needs, it is possible to e...

How to Teach Your Dog to Swim

 by danielle on 24 Jul 2014 |
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The doggy paddle comes instinctually to dogs, but that doesn’t mean that a bit of canine swim school isn’t helpful for pooches interacting with water for the first time.   Image Credit   Some breeds such as the golden retriever and Portuguese water...

What to do if Your Cat Breaks a Tooth

 by danielle on 24 Jul 2014 |
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If your cat seems to be avoiding their dinner bowl, and when they do give in and eat, seem to do so using only one side of their mouth, have a look at their pearly whites. Cats have quite fragile teeth – particularly the canines, which can be suscept...

6 Ways To Calm A Stressed Out Puppy

 by danielle on 23 Jul 2014 |
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Puppies can be hyperactive super-charged balls of fun – but sometimes they can put all that energy into worrying. Here are our tips on how to best calm your little friend down:   1. Ignore your pup until they start acting a little more sensible   ...

Types of Kitty Litter

 by jaime on 23 Jul 2014 |
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When you're stocking up to refill your cat's litter box, you'll notice that there are many different types of kitty litter available. As it turns out, litter largely falls into four main classifications, each with its unique pros and cons. Tradition...

What You Need to Know about Pet Cremation

 by jaime on 23 Jul 2014 |
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The death of a family pet is a tragic event that produces significant emotions in many animal lovers. As part of the grieving process, you need to decide what to do with the remains of your beloved pet. Many families and individuals will decide to bu...

Myth Busting Cats and Solitude

 by jaime on 22 Jul 2014 |
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There are a number of myths that exist about pets and their owners. Dogs are viewed as great family pets because their friendly nature makes them not only great companions for individuals, but also playmates for young children. Cats, on the other han...
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