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Chronic kidney failure in dogs: Symptoms and ways to manage them

 by lucy on 26 Sep 2017 |
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You dog’s kidneys regulate his blood pressure, sugar levels and volume along with the water composition of his body, his red blood cell count and certain hormones. With so many vital roles to play, his kidneys are crucial to his health. It may come a...

Why is my dog losing his hair?

 by lucy on 21 Sep 2017 |
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Hair loss is a common problem in dogs and can affect your pet’s skin, as well as his endocrine, lymphatic and immune systems. When dealing with alopecia—the technical term for balding—in pets, the most important step is identifying the underlying pro...

Pet Jewelry

 by lucy on 07 Sep 2017 |
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Human beings have been wearing jewelry for over 100,000 years – much longer than we've kept domestic cats and dogs (70,000 years and 14,000 years respectively). We wear jewelry for all kinds of functions, from displaying social status to religious co...

Teaching your cat to like his carrier

 by lucy on 24 Aug 2017 |
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Most cats only see a cat carrier when it’s time to go somewhere new: the veterinarian’s office, a new home or a boarding facility for the weekend. This causes many felines to fear their carriers, which they associate with unwanted change and ferventl...

How to stop cats from attacking your feet

 by lucy on 18 Aug 2017 |
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When we shuffle around in flip flops or shoes with bouncing laces, our feet look can look an awful lot like prey to cats. The same goes when our toes are under a blanket, wrapped in socks or even when we go barefoot. While you can’t stop your cats’ p...

Six Ways to Calm an Anxious Dog

 by lucy on 15 Aug 2017 |
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Just like people, dogs can suffer from anxiety disorders. Whether he’s afraid of social situations, suffers from separation anxiety or is simply a nervous pet, there are several techniques to help calm Fido’s fears:   1- Crates are considered controv...

Why dogs lift their legs to pee

 by lucy on 15 Aug 2017 |
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Dogs are territorial by nature and nothing says, “I’m here,” like marking a tree, fire hydrant or fence post with their unique scents. For male dogs, and even some females, urinating is an easy way to spread this scent. The smell communicates all sor...

Why dogs love to lick?

 by lucy on 28 Jul 2017 |
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It can seem like a nuisance, but to our canine companions, licking you is most often a sign of affection. While it is a healthy behavior, licking can also indicate something’s wrong with your pet, making it important to pay attention when Fido’s lavi...

Vegetarian and Vegan Pets

 by lucy on 26 Jul 2017 |
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Approximately 7.3 million people living in the USA alone are vegetarian and the popularity of a plant-based diet and lifestyle is increasing – understandably, this means some people want to feed their pets a vegetarian or vegan diet, too. People deci...

Why Some Dogs Don't Bark

 by lucy on 07 Jul 2017 |
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A silent pet may sound like an apartment dweller’s dream, but in a reality, when dogs don’t bark, it can be a major cause for concern. Before rushing Fido to the vet, however, bear in mind that some dogs are naturally quieter than others or have been...

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Pet Jewelry

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Most cats only see a cat carrier when it’s time to go somewhere new: the veterinarian’s office, a new home or a boarding...

How to stop cats from attacking your feet

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Six Ways to Calm an Anxious Dog

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Why dogs lift their legs to pee

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Why dogs love to lick?

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