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Why do dogs pant?

 by lucy on 30 Nov 2016 |
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Dogs pant when they’re excited, scared, and even when they get too hot. It’s a normal physiological function for our pets, but too much panting can be a sign something’s wrong. To determine whether Fido’s heavy breathing is natural or if it’s a sympt...

Why do cats knead?

 by lucy on 24 Nov 2016 |
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If you’re a cat owner, you’ve no doubt experienced your feline friend kneading away as he purrs on your lap. A soothing behaviour for cats and owners alike, kneading starts long before our pets are independent adults, when they relied on their mother...

Help! My cat’s an escape artist

 by lucy on 18 Nov 2016 |
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Safety from predators, oncoming traffic and disease are just a few of the well-documented benefits of keeping cats indoors. Unfortunately, our feline friends don’t always see their indoor lifestyles as the luxury it is. If your cat makes a mad dash e...

Why does my dog kick the ground with his hind legs?

 by lucy on 09 Nov 2016 |
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Many dog owners are puzzled when their canine companions tear at the ground with their hind feet after eliminating. Often, they assume the behavior is similar to a cat’s— that their pooch is attempting to “cover up” his mess. This couldn’t be farther...

Teaching Your Dog Table Manners

 by yunus on 02 Nov 2016 |
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No one wants a dog that jumps on guests or begs during a dinner party, or that growls at other pets during his own meals. Teaching our canine companions mealtime manners is important, then, both during our meals and their own.   Dogs are scavengers b...

How to help your dog’s separation anxiety

 by lucy on 19 Oct 2016 |
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If you’ve ever come home to find furniture overturned, blankets chewed and claw marks on the door, chances are you’re dealing with a dog with separation anxiety. This condition doesn’t just cause problems for your pet, but can also lead to frustratio...

Why cats like to bring home “gifts”

 by lucy on 12 Oct 2016 |
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Every cat owner has come home to find a dead mouse, bird or other hunting prize strewn across the stoop, often with Kitty waiting proudly beside his bounty. While this type of gift giving is one of our feline friends’ more off-putting habits, it is s...

Is it OK for my dog to eat things he finds on walks?

 by lucy on 06 Oct 2016 |
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Given half a chance, dogs will devour rancid sandwich meat, discarded chicken bones, hamburger wrappers, Popsicle sticks and most anything else they can get their paws on. While his palate seems peculiar to us, Fido’s odd eating habits evolved with h...

Making Veterinary Visits Less Stressful For You and Your Cat

 by michele on 30 Sep 2016 |
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Most owners and cats alike, dread the thought of a visit to the vet. Not only will the cat have to be placed in a carrier, it may also have to travel by car and encounter unfamiliar places, people and animals. Here are some simple tips to make the ex...

What does tail wagging really mean?

 by yunus on 29 Sep 2016 |
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It’s common knowledge that a wagging tail is a sign of a happy, friendly dog, but many pet owners don’t know that this everyday behaviour can also signal fear, insecurity or even aggression in our canine companions. Watching a dog’s body language, th...
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Why do dogs pant?

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Why do cats knead?

If you’re a cat owner, you’ve no doubt experienced your feline friend kneading away as he purrs on your lap. A soothing ...

Help! My cat’s an escape artist

Safety from predators, oncoming traffic and disease are just a few of the well-documented benefits of keeping cats indoo...

Why does my dog kick the ground with his hind legs?

Many dog owners are puzzled when their canine companions tear at the ground with their hind feet after eliminating. Ofte...

Teaching Your Dog Table Manners

No one wants a dog that jumps on guests or begs during a dinner party, or that growls at other pets during his own meals...

How to help your dog’s separation anxiety

If you’ve ever come home to find furniture overturned, blankets chewed and claw marks on the door, chances are you’re de...

Why cats like to bring home “gifts”

Every cat owner has come home to find a dead mouse, bird or other hunting prize strewn across the stoop, often with Kitt...

Is it OK for my dog to eat things he finds on walks?

Given half a chance, dogs will devour rancid sandwich meat, discarded chicken bones, hamburger wrappers, Popsicle sticks...
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