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  • 3 Signs of Health Problems in Older Cats
    While many pet health experts claim that a cat is old when he reaches seven to 11 years of age, your cat may live to 20 years of age or longer. As your cat ages, it faces a variety of potential health issues that can affect your pet's mobility, appetite, and behavior. Monitor your older feline for these three signs of age-related health problems. Read more
  • 6 Health Problems That Can Plague Your Obese Dog
    If your dog has developed a significant weight problem, you might not think there's much of an issue, especially if they seem to be healthy otherwise. Unfortunately, that's not actually the case. Like obesity in their human counterparts, canine obesity causes a wide variety of health-related risks. Here are six significant health problems your obese dog is at an increased risk for. Read more
  • Your Dog's Increased Thirst: Should You Be Concerned?
    Water is essential for all living things to keep their bodies cool and healthy, including your dog. Dogs also use moisture to pick up scent properly with their noses. While Read more
  • Saying Goodbye: Tips for When You Lose Your Pet
    The loss of a loved one is one of the most difficult parts of being human. When the loved one is our beloved cat, dog, or other pet, however, our Read more
  • 5 Dos and Don'ts for Your Pooch's Paw Protection
    When thinking of canine health and wellness, you might overlook a very important aspect: your dog's paws. Your dog's paws have exposure to everyday elements and surfaces, any of which Read more
  • Tips to Keep Your Dog Safe on Road Trips
    Road trips are a hallmark of summertime, and if you have a dog, you probably want to bring your dog along on your road trip. Before loading your dog off Read more
  • What to Do After a Vehicle Hits Your Dog
    Each year, over one million dogs are killed on U.S. roadways. If your dog has been hit by a car or other vehicle, here's what you should do to help your Read more
  • Better Grooming, Better Health: Why Good Dog Grooming Matters
    As a dog owner, you take on a set of responsibilities to ensure good behavioral development and good health for your pet. These include doing things like behavior classes or Read more
  • 3 Signs of Urethral Obstruction in Your Cat
    Proper veterinary care is essential to the health and well-being of your pet. Dogs are highly social animals that tend to feel comfortable revealing signs of distress to their family Read more
  • How to Help Alleviate Your Pet's Chronic Pain
    As pets age, they, like their human counterparts, often have more chronic pain issues to deal with. From joint troubles to arthritis to back and neck problems, causes of chronic Read more
  • 3 Tips for Managing a High-Energy Dog
    Many people can't wait to become pet owners. They love dogs and hope to bring home a puppy that they will train up to become part of the family. However, some of the most popular dog breeds, including Labrador retrievers, golden retrievers, German shepherds, and border collies, are very high in energy. Read more
  • 4 Common Health Problems in Older Cats
    As your cat ages, they’ll be at risk for more illnesses and conditions. Still, if you take good care of your pet, they have a great chance of living a Read more
  • What You Need to Know About Common Allergies in Dogs
    Allergies can make life miserable, and they can sometimes be life-threatening. A dog who suffers from allergies cannot exactly express what is wrong, but allergy symptoms can be easy to Read more
  • Dog Dental Care: What Pet Owners Need to Know
    Dog Dental Care: What Pet Owners Need to Know Most people brush their own teeth on a daily basis in order to prevent the development of cavities and gum disease. You Read more
  • What You Need to Know About Separation Anxiety and Dogs
    What You Need to Know About Separation Anxiety and Dogs Separation anxiety is a serious problem that can affect some dogs. Learn what separation anxiety is, how it can affect your Read more
  • Ear Care Tips for Your Dog
    Ear Care Tips for Your Dog Your dog's ears are a very important organ that you need to care for. If your dog's ears become infected and you don't treat the Read more

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