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Getting Ahead of Your Dog's Fall Allergies

We’re in the heat of summer now, but pretty soon, the temperatures will dip, the days will get shorter and fall will be in the air. And when fall rolls around, seasonal allergies tend to, as well—for

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How to Kitten-Proof Your Home to Keep It Safe

Adopting a new cat requires a lot of pre-planning. You’ll not only need to meet your new member of the family and ensure it’s the right fit, but you’ll also need to get all the essentials: a litter

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How a Daily Probiotic Can Benefit Your Cat

More and more research is being conducted on the systems of bacteria and other microorganisms that play important roles in our bodies. Along with this research has come the push for probiotics,

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Your Dog's Anemia Can Be a Sign of Any of These More Serious Health Problems

Diagnosing a dog when it gets sick is not easy. Unlike humans, who can describe their specific symptoms and where they may feel pain, dogs tend to display their signs of illness in many of the same

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Expect These Changes In Your Aging Cats to Help Keep Them Happy

Most domesticated cats can live to be around 15 years old, and sometimes even longer, depending on their health. But a lot can change in your cat from the time it is a kitten, enters adulthood and

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Getting a New Puppy or Kitten? Spay or Neuter for Their Safety!

Getting a new puppy or kitten is an exciting thing. There is so much to do when you finally get to bring it home, from buying the essentials and toys to finding a new vet. One other thing you should

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What is Heartworm Doing to Your Poor Pup?

As a dog owner, you’re probably familiar with numerous intestinal parasites, such as the tapeworm or hookworm, but another common parasitic worm doesn’t affect your dog’s intestines—it affects its

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Straining to Go: Help Identify and Treat Constipation in Your Dog

Any dog owner can tell you their least favorite part about owning a dog: picking up after it. Unlike cats, which usually go to the bathroom in a litter box, dogs are more likely to pee on bushes and

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Behavior Changes That Could Indicate Your Cat's Poor Health

Cats are creatures of habit. They tend to fall into routines, doing the same types of things day in and day out, and they prefer to keep it that way. So if your cat suddenly begins acting against the

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Get Rid of Those Ear Mites That Are Driving Your Cat Crazy!

It’s natural for your cat to get a little itchy now and then—almost any body part can have a normal itchy spot. Or, perhaps the itch is caused by a mild irritation or allergy. You’ll definitely

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