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Pet Cancer Myths

Pet Cancer Myths

Since November is National Pet Cancer Awareness Month, we wanted to reveal the truth behind common myths about cancer in pets. Learn what happens when a pet develops cancer and undergoes treatment as we debunk some misconceptions about pet cancer.   Myth: Only...

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How to Make a Healthy Thanksgiving Feast for Your Pet

How to Make a Healthy Thanksgiving Feast for Your Pet

Thanksgiving is a drool-worthy holiday, but people aren't the only ones who overeat during the festivities. Pets also may overindulge, and too much of a good thing can lead to a messy outcome, like diarrhea and vomiting. In addition, your fur baby may ingest a toxin...

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4 Halloween Treats To Not Feed Your Pet

4 Halloween Treats To Not Feed Your Pet

Spooky celebrations for Halloween extend all the way to your pet. With great excitement comes great responsibility to ensure that your pet isn’t harmed by something thrown into the mix of spookiness. Some pets love to go on trick or treating, so it is essential to...

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3 Tips For Enriching Your Cat’s Life

3 Tips For Enriching Your Cat’s Life

Cats have a reputation for being independent and self-sufficient creatures. That doesn't mean you can't help them have the best possible quality of life, though. Providing enrichment to your cat can actually improve their health and reduce stress in several ways. Here...

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How To Spot Signs Of Pain In Your Cat

How To Spot Signs Of Pain In Your Cat

Pain in cats is hard to detect. Owners often feel helpless when trying to give their kitty medication, not knowing how much to give or whether they're actually relieving the cat's pain. It's important that you recognize pain in your cat. Once you identify the...

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6 Tips To Be A Responsible Dog Owner

6 Tips To Be A Responsible Dog Owner

Whether you just got a new dog or have had your pup for years, responsible dog ownership is an earned title. You want to be a happy canine owner and do what you can to grow your relationship together. If that sounds like something you're ready for, here are six tips...

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3 Easy Ways to Get Your Cat to the Vet

3 Easy Ways to Get Your Cat to the Vet

Bringing your cat to the veterinarian isn't always the easiest of things to do. In fact, it can be downright overwhelming for both you and your feline companion. That's why we've shared some ideas on how you can make your cat's next trip to the vet much easier for the...

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5 Dead Giveaways That Your Pet Has Allergies

5 Dead Giveaways That Your Pet Has Allergies

It's summertime, and your pet could have allergies, but what are the signs of a pet with allergies? After all, they can't tell us how they feel. That's why we've come up with a list of 5 common signs that your pet may be allergic to something. #1: Chronic itchiness...

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3 Tips to Prevent Heatstroke in Your Pet

3 Tips to Prevent Heatstroke in Your Pet

As an owner of a fur baby, your goal for the summer is to enjoy the sun with your pet while protecting them from the dangers of heatstroke. While you could place them in front of a fan in your home all summer, you should still go outside to exercise and play but take...

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Pet Safety on the Fourth of July

Pet Safety on the Fourth of July

July 4th has long been a dreaded holiday in the pet world, and with good reason. With fireworks exploding, fire and gastrointestinal hazards around the barbeque, and sizzling hot weather, your furry friend can encounter many dangers. Turn your July 4th celebration...

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