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    How to Manage Your Cat’s Joint Health with Nutrition

    Cats are loving and playful companions, and as their owners, it’s our responsibility to provide them with all the care and love they need to stay happy and healthy. This is especially important as they age. While we’re used to cats spryly jumping and flipping around acrobatically, over time, this can take a toll on their joints. Particularly among senior cats, joint issues are one of the most common health concerns pet owners need to manage.

    The Best of Holistic Therapy for Pets in 2023

    Pets are such an important part of our lives; we want to give them the best of everything. One important way we can do this is by taking great care of their health. But beyond routine visits to the vet, all pet owners should be thinking about their furry friend’s overall health, wellbeing and quality of life.

    How to Support Seasonal Allergies in Cats

    Most people have experienced seasonal allergies at some point in their life. Whether it’s itchy eyes or a runny nose, seasonal allergies can be an annoying burden to bear. But did you know your feline friend can be a victim of allergy symptoms, too? While this condition isn’t inherently dangerous, it’s certainly unpleasant for your cat.

    What Is the Best Kind of Fish Oil For Dogs and Cats?

    While it’s important to support your pet with balanced and nourishing meals, supplementing their diet can do wonders to improve their overall health. You’ve probably heard about fish oil for pets or seen capsules at the store, but it can be overwhelming to figure out what exactly your pet needs and why. To find the right fish oil supplement for your pet, you should learn the basics—from its benefits to top considerations when choosing one type over another.

    These Household Items Can Be Toxic to Cats!

    Pet parents know there are some things that cats shouldn’t eat. What they might not realize is that many more toxins than they know about are present in their cats’ environment. Food, medication, house plants and cleaning products can be dangerous to cats, but our feline friends could access them at any moment.

    Poison Prevention in Cats 101

    Poison prevention isn’t usually at the top of pet parents’ minds. Unfortunately, many pet owners don’t worry about poisoning until after it has already happened. Pet parents need to think about poison prevention before it happens­—not after.

    Mango the Big Orange Kitty Has a Few of His 9 Lives Saved

    Mango is a lot of orange Maine Coon to love, and at 23 lbs. he is a big boy with a great big heart. He is calm, loving, very intuitive, and has been deeply connected to his mom since his first day home. Poor Mango became extremely sick after his 2nd vaccination and had to be hand fed back to health. Shortly after he gained a lot of weight, started coughing, and was diagnosed with Pleural Effusion. It was a serious combo of Pet Wellbeing products that gave this big orange kitty a second (or third!) shot at a happy life. 

    Goliath Saved His Skin with Some Special Senior Support

    Goliath moves like a wild cat. Before he slowed down with age, he needed to be outside to be truly happy. He loves to run, climb, and even sleep in trees like his bigger cousins in the wild! Early in the year, Goliath was diagnosed with the strange sounding "long-term anemia" and slowly developed a habit of incessant scratching. Nobody quite understood the connection but the scratching started to deteriorate into painful wounds. What’s a cat dad to do?

    Keep Your Cat Active & Stimulated While Stuck Inside for the Winter

    For cats that venture outside, summer is the most exciting time of the year. Warm weather means there are plenty of plants to sniff and animals to hunt. Outdoor environments help cats stay in shape and sharpen their minds. With so much to explore, outdoor cats can easily stay entertained all on their own. But when the snow begins to fall, cats spend a lot more time cooped up in their homes.

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