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    Does Your Pet Hate the Vet? Tips for Easier Vet Visits

    Pets make it very clear that they hate the vet. Dogs shy away from getting in the car, and cats shiver at the back of their carriers. Anyone with an anxious pet knows how difficult it is to get through an appointment when their four-legged companion fights the vet the whole time.

    Focus on Pet Hydration As the Temperature Rises

    When it gets hot outside, humans reach for an ice-cold glass of water. Unfortunately for our furry companions, their access to water entirely depends on the care from pet parents. Pets need to hydrate just as much as we do, especially when the temperature starts to rise. Proper hydration keeps pets happy and reduces the risk of a life-threatening medical condition.

    8 Tips to Keep Pets Cool During a Heat Wave

    Summers are hot enough as is, and a heat wave can make venturing outside almost unbearable. When temperatures begin to climb, pets turn to you for a way to keep cool. Heat waves make it more difficult to exercise and stay hydrated, ultimately increasing the risk of hyperthermia and heat exhaustion in dogs and cats.

    Why Carnivore Cats Still Need Greens

    It’s no secret that cats love to eat meat. They’re carnivores by nature, with pointy teeth designed to tear into unsuspecting prey. Domesticated cats have retained the meat-eating tendencies of their ancestors, leading pet parents to believe all these fur babies want is a heaping pile of protein-rich wet food.

    Natural Ways to Boost Your Pet's Brain Health

    Pet parents work to avoid health problems that are readily apparent—injuries, weight gain and allergy symptoms, to name a few. However, not all shortcomings in your pet’s health are easy to spot. Brain health often falls to the wayside, but neglecting this aspect can make your pet gradually develop cognitive challenges over the years.

    Is Liver Safe for Cats and Dogs?

    If your fur baby eats nothing but kibble, you may be looking to switch up their diet. Cats and dogs are big meat eaters, which is why their food bowls are filled with beef, pork and chicken. Many pet parents wonder if their furry friends can eat other parts of these animals besides muscle meat. The answer is yes!

    How to Donate to a Pet Rescue Without Giving Money

    Animal lovers often fear that money is the only way they can help a pet rescue agency. This can discourage individuals who want to make a difference, especially if financial instability makes it difficult to chip in. People fall under the impression that money is the most important resource because rescues need it to stay afloat.

    The Many Ways Your Pet's Gut Health Influences Overall Health

    It’s no secret why pet parents prioritize gut health. A healthy gut can reduce symptoms of digestive upset like vomiting, diarrhea and constipation. Proper gut health will also help regulate your fur baby’s bowel movements. For these reasons, pet owners make gut health a central part of their cat’s or dog’s regimen.

    8 Things to Do if You Find a Lost Pet Outside Your Home

    Imagine driving home when an animal dashes across the street. You get out of the car to investigate and realize the animal is someone’s lost dog or cat. You’re faced with two options: Continue going about your day, or take the time to help a pet in need.

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