Why Won’t My Cat Eat Anything?

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The veritable kings and queens of sass, cats have earned the reputation of being notoriously hard to please. Whether it’s a preference for a particular kind of toy, a need for an always-tidy litter box, or a tendency to destroy furniture legs during particularly long winters, if your cat doesn’t like something, you’ll know it…. Read more »

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4 Most Important Labrador Health Issues to Be Aware Of

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Whether you’re a young adult or thoroughly enjoying the grey-haired glory that comes with getting older, we’re all experiencing the process of aging. Eventually, getting out of bed or touching our toes may become a bit harder. Managing the health issues that come with aging is never easy. But for our four-legged friends with a… Read more »

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How to Make Deer Antler Dog Chews

If you’re a proud puppy parent or even just a dog-lover who has seen “Marley and Me” one too many times, it’s easy to close your eyes and imagine every owner’s worst nightmare: you come home from a long day of work or a much-needed date night to utter chaos. Upon opening the front door,… Read more »

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3 Reasons Why Your Cat Won’t Stop Meowing

Humans are smart enough to know that when our pet is making a racket, there’s likely a problem that needs to be addressed. Whether they’re hungry, happy, distressed, or lonely, our furry and feathery friends have their own ways of making their needs known. Birds chirp, dogs bark, and cats meow—but how can owners decipher… Read more »

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Should You Board Your Cat When Going on Vacation?

It’s summer, which means it’s time for cookouts, beach days, and vacations. With a high number of pet parents getting ready to go on trips around (and outside of) the country during the warmer months, we thought this would be the perfect time to talk about whether or not you should board your cat or… Read more »

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How to Calm a Dog That Is Afraid of Fireworks

It’s summer, which means plenty of time spent outdoors with family, friends, and—of course—your dog! But patriotic holidays, festivals, and other events also guarantee fireworks, and that could mean a bad night for your furry friend. Although not all dogs are frightened of fireworks, more pets go missing around the Fourth of July than at… Read more »

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Conquering Digestion Issues in Cats

Did you know that the average cat digestion time is 20 hours? Many steps make up this complex process, and a lot can go wrong. Digestive trouble is no fun for anyone, but it can be particularly miserable for your cat! After all, she can’t tell you what’s hurting her or even if she isn’t… Read more »

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5 Safe and Fun Activities for Senior Dogs

If you have a senior dog, you know that they have quite a lot of love left to give. But while they’re still puppies at heart, these aging canines may not be able to romp around and play quite as roughly as they did during their younger years. That’s okay—slowing down is a natural result… Read more »

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