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Feline Odontoclastic Resorptive Lesions: What You Need to Know

Feline Odontoclastic Resorptive Lesions: What You Need to Know

Does your cat seem to be exhibiting signs of dental pain or discomfort? Cats commonly suffer from a dental condition called feline odontoclastic resorptive lesions. Read on to learn more about FORLs. FORLs appear at or near the tooth base. Although the...

Your Pet’s Mental and Physical Well-Being

Your Pet’s Mental and Physical Well-Being

Don't underestimate the impact your pet's mental well-being can have on their physical health. Similar to humans, stress, fear, and anxiety in a pet can make them more prone to various physical conditions. Here are a few examples. OvereatingIf you sat at a...

3 Tips on Using Positive Reinforcement to Train Your Dog

3 Tips on Using Positive Reinforcement to Train Your Dog

Positive reinforcement is an effective way of training your canine companion. For National Train Your Dog Month, we want to share a few tips with you so that training can be a pleasant experience for you and your pooch. Reward your pet heavily with their...

10 Holiday Pet Dangers

10 Holiday Pet Dangers

It’s a holly, jolly holiday season, but this time of year can be dangerous for our pets. Here are 10 holiday hazards to avoid, so your furry companions feel merry and bright the whole holiday season through.Unsecured Christmas treesChristmas trees are...

Get Your Cat to Stop Scratching Your Furniture

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 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...

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