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Get Your Cat to Stop Scratching Your Furniture

Cats: Some are independent; some love attention. Some want to be held; some prefer to be left alone. Some have long hair; some have short hair or no hair at all. But one thing all cats have in common: They’re born with the innate need to scratch. Here, we...

Thanksgiving Food And Pets

Thanksgiving: a holiday for family, friends, and good food. As great as the Thanksgiving food is, much of it, you should NOT feed your pet. Here is a list of Thanksgiving food that is hazardous to your furry friends.1. Salty Turkey SkinYour Thanksgiving...

Basic Feline Care

Cats: They’re curious, mysterious, and fiercely independent. And, while we can’t completely unlock the mystery that is your feline friend, we can provide guidance on caring for your cat through her lifetime. Here’s your guide to basic feline veterinary...

3 Halloween Pet Safety Tips

Iron Man, Wonder Woman, Captain Underpants… Whatever costumes your children choose for Halloween this year, there’s a good chance your human family members will want to involve your pets in the fun. And, while some pets will enjoy being part of the...

Why You Should Microchip Your Pets

If only your pet could talk. If only your pet could tell a stranger who finds him on the street his name and where he lives and who his owners are. But, your pet can’t talk, and he can’t tell anyone where he lives if he becomes lost. Here, we will tell you...

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...

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