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  • Anxiety Wetting

    Filed in Dogs, Behavior and Training

    Frustration is a mild word to use when confronting the desperation of dealing with a dog that wets out of anxiety and submissiveness. If the dog is a puppy, it may well outgrow the tendency. If the dog is an… See rest of article

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  • Skin Problems

    Filed in Cats, Health

    Skin problems with fur? Sure. Cats, too can develop skin problems for all sorts of reasons, from an invasion of fleas, to a bad case of allergies or dandruff, to acne, or because of an internal illness. If your cat… See rest of article

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  • Caring for an Older Dog

    Filed in Dogs, Health

    The life span of your canine companion is dependent on such factors as breed size, general health and the care and nutrition received throughout his or her lifetime. Veterinary medical advances have improved life expectancy for dogs and other pets… See rest of article

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  • Healthy Cat Test

    Filed in Cats, Health

    Whether dealing with a breeder, an animal shelter, or rescue organization there are certain things you should look for when considering a new kitten or cat. A healthy cat will: Have bright, clear, "film free" eyes that appear alert. Show… See rest of article

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  • Scratching (You or the Furniture)

    Filed in Cats, Behavior and Training

    Cats have a natural desire to scratch, whether it is on trees, walls or furniture, which is bad news for your furniture. This necessary function not only sharpens their nails, but also marks their territory. Marking territory is important for… See rest of article

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  • Oral Health Checks

    Filed in Cats, Health

    From time to time you should inspect your cat's mouth for signs of tooth problems, gum disease or other dental problems. Some of the symptoms associated with mouth problems are excessive salivating, pawing at the mouth, tentative or exaggerated chewing,… See rest of article

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  • Weight Management

    Filed in Cats, Nutrition

    Don't you wish there were a 24-Hour Nautilus for kitties? A place where they could go to do little kitty pull-ups, have kitty-crowded step-classes and workout on row machines with Internet access? Well thankfully there isn't anything like that -… See rest of article

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  • Oral Care & Hygiene

    Filed in Cats, Health

    From time to time you should inspect your cat's mouth for signs of tooth problems, gum disease or other problems. Some of the symptoms associated with mouth problems are excessive salivating, pawing at the mouth, tentative or exaggerated chewing, or… See rest of article

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  • Evacuation Prepardness Kits for Pets

    Filed in Dogs, Safety

    It's an old saying, but you never know when a disaster could strike. When you least expect it, you could be forced to evacuate your home or office on a moment's notice. In other articles, we've told you how to… See rest of article

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  • Pregnancy & Cats

    Filed in Cats, Getting a New Kitten/Cat

    If you're thinking of adding a kitten or a cat to your family mix -- along with a new baby -- it's important to understand that there are many responsibilities in getting a new cat besides just buying it food… See rest of article

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