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    Watch Out for These 7 Signs of Asthma in Dogs

    Asthma is a common respiratory ailment among humans. What few pet owners realize is their furry friends can suffer from it, too. Asthma in dogs often goes undiagnosed because the symptoms look similar to a perfectly healthy panting dog.

    7 Benefits of #AdoptDontShop for Your Next Pet

    Pet adoption is very popular, and for good reason. Stroll down the rows of kennels at a shelter, and you’ll see countless loving animals who deserve a second chance at life. One glance into a pup’s or kitty’s eyes will tell you they’ve been through a lot. Shelter pets seek human affection so much, you’ll have a hard time saying no to that adorable furry face!

    7 Common Causes of Constipation in Cats

    Cats are pros at hiding their discomfort from us humans. As a result, many health problems often fly under the radar. Constipation is very common among cats and goes unnoticed by those who don’t know how to look for it. But, if you look close enough, you might pick up on the subtle signs of constipation—hard and dry stool, straining, pooping outside the litter box, failure to produce feces and infrequent defecation.

    6 Ways to Support Your Rescue Dog’s Transition Home

    Rescuing a dog is a noble cause, and many dogs are ecstatic to start their new life beyond the confines of the shelter. However, many recently adopted rescues have a somewhat challenging time adjusting to their new home—especially if they’ve come from abusive or neglectful backgrounds.

    4 Steps to Helping a Chubby Dog Lose Weight

    One day, you might look over at your pooch and realizing they’re looking a bit spherical around the midriff. Your dog isn’t alone in this—excessive weight gain is a problem that plagues more than half of domesticated canines. Lounging around the house combined with a few too many treats can easily pack on the pounds and lead to serious health consequences.

    How to Spot Bladder Infections in Dogs

    Anyone who’s ever contracted a UTI knows how painful and frustrating they can be. You wouldn’t wish it upon anyone, especially not your pup! Unfortunately, bladder and urinary tract infections become more commonplace as dogs get older, and they keep coming back for those with certain underlying conditions.

    How to Keep Your Recently Adopted Pet Healthy

    A lot more goes into owning a cat or dog than new pet parents realize. In addition to the basics like food, love and attention, a newly adopted pet needs preventative measures like spaying or neutering, vaccines, regular checkups, proper nutrition and more.

    7 Tips for Caring for a Pet After Surgery

    If your fur baby had a successful surgery, the scary part is over, and it’s time for them to come home. Now that surgery is out of the way, you and your pet can begin the road to recovery. However, you can’t go right back to normal. Post-surgical home care requires a lot of time and commitment for pet parents. Rest assured, your furry companion will return to their normal self soon!

    Cat Litter Box Training 101

    Newly adopted cats tend to leave unwanted gifts around the house. You could set up plenty of litter boxes, and yet your fur baby might refuse to use them. Too many owners assume that since cats instinctually bury their business, they’ll know to take their potty breaks inside litter boxes. This simply isn’t true—untrained cats might need your help!

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