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How to Stop Your Excited Dog From Urinating

If you’ve ever invited guests into your home only to have your excited dog leave a puddle of urine in the entryway, you aren’t alone. Most commonly seen in puppies, excitement urination is triggered by overstimulation and excitement during greetings or...

How to Choose the Right Dog for Your Family

Choosing the next love of your life is a tough decision. Do you want a goofy fluffball or a sleek, sophisticated dog? A young pup or a wise old dog? A running partner or a Netflix buddy? With so many dogs of varying sizes, personalities, and energy levels...

How To Brush Your Pet’s Teeth

According to the American Veterinary Dental Society, 70% of adult cats and 80% of adult dogs show symptoms of oral disease. Getting started on a brushing and regular cleaning program not only assures that your pet’s mouth and teeth will remain in excellent condition,...

What Does My Cat’s Aggression Mean?

Have you ebeen petting your cat when she seems to suddenly turn on you, transforming from purring and sweet to evil and attacking? Cats can be mysterious creatures, and many owners of cats become frustrated with their seemingly erratic or aggressive behavior. But, the...

5 Common Odd Dog Behaviors

Have you ever wondered if some of the behaviors your dog has are normal? It turns out, these 5 odd dog behaviors are common among our furry friends. Here is a list of 5 odd dog behaviors:Kicks Grass After Pooping. Your dog isn’t intentionally destroying...

What You Need to Know About Heartworm

Heartworm disease is a potentially fatal infection caused by heartworms, a type of roundworm, that live in the heart, lungs and surrounding blood vessels of affected animals. Although it can be successfully treated, a heartworm infection can cause lifelong damage to...

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