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Why Do Dogs Eat Grass?

 by yunus on 25 May 2016 |
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Every dog owner’s seen his pet rush to the door only to chow down on the nearest patch of grass. While common knowledge holds that this is a quick fix for Fido to make himself sick, vets have largely debunked this myth. Dogs lack the enzymes needed t...

Why Do Cats Purr?

 by yunus on 19 May 2016 |
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Everyone knows cats purr when they’re happy, but only the experienced feline aficionado knows cats also purr when feeling frightened, threatened, hungry or injured. A trip to the vet or hurt companion can cause kitty to purr as much as relaxing with ...

Why You Shouldn’t Hug Your Dog

 by lucy on 11 May 2016 |
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We all love our dogs and, as we do with people, often show our affection by showering our precious pets with hugs. Few of us stop to observe our canine companions’ reactions to these displays of affection, but if we did, most would notice our dogs li...

Does Feliway Work for Cats?

 by lucy on 09 May 2016 |
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Many cat owners have experienced the strife of introducing a new cat to the household or trying to curb problems such as spraying or scratching. Some swear by pheromone diffusers, such as Feliway, as catchall solutions for cats’ stress-related proble...

Are My Pets Getting Enough Sleep?

 by yunus on 29 Apr 2016 |
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As all pet owners know, when their pets are sleeping, they sleep hard. It might be a dog sleeping upside down on the couch or a cat stretched out at the most uncomfortable angle possible, just to ensure that its entire body is in the splash of sun on...

Cats: Indoors or Outdoors?

 by yunus on 27 Apr 2016 |
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When it comes to the indoor-outdoor debate, many cat owners are wrought with guilt over keeping kitty cooped up inside. After all, outdoor cats live a more mentally and physically stimulating life with the freedom to hunt, climb and seek out the sun....

Flea collars: Do they really work on dogs?

 by yunus on 20 Apr 2016 |
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If your dog spends any time outdoors or socializing with other animals, he has the potential to attract fleas and ticks. These biting pests are more than just major nuisances for your pet, however. They also raise serious concerns from flea infestati...

Ah-choo! Reverse Sneezing in Dogs

 by jaime on 17 Apr 2016 |
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We all sneeze from time to time when dust, dander or other irritants tickle our nose and throats. It turns out dogs sneeze, too, for many of the same reasons. A more arresting reaction, however, is the reverse sneeze: the reflex by which dogs rapidly...

Heartworm Disease in Dogs

 by yunus on 06 Apr 2016 |
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Most people have heard of heartworms, but fewer know that dogs are at serious risk of contracting heartworm disease in any area where mosquitos are present. Insidious parasites that nest in dogs’ hearts, lungs and surrounding blood vessels, heartworm...

Litter Box Problems and How to Solve Them

 by petbucket on 24 Mar 2016 |
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If you’re frustrated with a cat that has taken to thinking outside the box when it comes to kitty litter, you’re not alone: At least 10 percent of cats develop an elimination problem at one point during their lives. Once your cat cultivates an aversi...

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Ah-choo! Reverse Sneezing in Dogs

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