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    Is Your Cat Grooming Excessively?

    Our feline friends spend a lot of time laying around, napping and grooming themselves. In fact, cats can spend up to 50 percent of their time licking and grooming, which is why many cat owners don’t bat an eye when their cat appears to be bathing itself all day long.

    4 Tips to Enjoy Spring While Avoiding Triggering Your Dog's Allergies

    Warmer weather is finally emerging, and many pet owners are itching to get outside and enjoy the nice, springtime weather as soon as they can. But for owners of a dog with seasonal allergies, another kind of itching may stop you and your furry friend in your tracks.

    An Itch that Can't be Scratched: Signs of Allergy-Induced Itching

    As any human who’s had a mosquito bite, poison ivy or allergic reaction knows, skin irritation and itchiness can be terrible to deal with. The urge to itch is nearly impossible to avoid, but we can typically use creams and medications to help ourselves. Our pets, on the other hand, can’t relieve itching as easily.

    6 Signs That Your Pets are Suffering from Springtime Allergies

    When spring finally emerges, many pet owners get excited to take their pets outside more often for walks and playtime in the yard or in parks. What pet owners may be surprised to discover, though, is that their furry friends may be allergic to seasonal pollen.

    6 Common Symptoms and Signs Your Pet Suffers from Seasonal Springtime Allergies

    When spring finally emerges, many pet owners get excited to take their pets outside more often for walks and playtime in the yard or in parks. What pet owners may be surprised to discover, though, is that their furry friends may be allergic to seasonal pollen.

    Springtime Grooming is a Great Way to Combat Dog Skin Allergies

    Springtime is the season of itching for many dogs. Between atopic and contact allergies, fleas and ticks, and a whole slew of other irritants, many dogs spend the spring months scratching vigorously to quell persistent itching. Skin allergies can get the best of your dog, making it hard for them to enjoy the fresh weather and the enjoyable outdoor activities that come with it.

    Keep Your Dog Exercised & Energized in the Face of Seasonal Allergies

    On days when the pollen count is high or there’s a strong wind whipping up the ragweed, we tend to stay indoors, away from the histamines. Anyone with allergies knows how miserable you can begin to feel in mere minutes when you’re forced outside during peak allergy season. Unfortunately, the same is true for your dog if he/she suffers from seasonal allergies.

    Relieve Your Pet's Seasonal Allergies with a Simple Air Purifier

    During the springtime, many homeowners want to keep their doors and windows open to enjoy the warmer air and cool breezes. Unfortunately, doing so can let in pollen and seasonal allergens. If you suffer from itchy or red eyes, a stuffed nose or other allergy symptoms, you know how frustrating navigating the seasons can be.

    How a Simple Air Purifier Can Give Your Pet Relief from Their Seasonal Allergies

    During the springtime, many homeowners want to keep their doors and windows open to enjoy the warmer air and cool breezes. Unfortunately, doing so can let in pollen and seasonal allergens. If you suffer from itchy or red eyes, a stuffed nose or other allergy symptoms, you know how frustrating navigating the seasons can be.

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