Archive for the ‘pets’ Category

Poisonous Summer Plants

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Summer isn’t easy on our pets. Some days it’s just too hot or humid to do much outside. Our pets can overheat or just be uncomfortable and want to just lay on the cold tiles. Summer also exposes our pets to different poisons that they may not come across during the other seasons. Plants and [...]

Summer Shedding Tips

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Summer is here and that means our cats and dogs that have been lightly or moderately shedding as the temperatures have been rising will most likely go into what feels like overdrive shedding. You would think it’s their job to shed. I’ve started finding tufts of fur on the pet beds I have for my [...]

Submissive Urination: 6 Tips to Curb It

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Submissive urination can be annoying and frustrating. It can also take a while to break your dog of this behavior. Whatever you do, try to remain calm and don’t punish your dog. 6 tips to curb submissive urination Build confidence – basic obedience training can build your dog’s confidence. Get your dog used to noises, [...]

Getting a New Pet? Prepare Your Home

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Getting a new pet is exciting. New toys, new pet bed, new everything! You want your pet to be pampered but you also want your pet to make the transition into your home easy and non-threatening. 5 Tips To Prepare For Your New Pet Pet proof your home – Puppies and kittens, and other animals [...]

Getting a New Pet? Prepare Your Home

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Getting a new pet is exciting. New toys, new pet bed, new everything! You want your pet to be pampered but you also want your pet to make the transition into your home easy and non-threatening. 5 Tips To Prepare For Your New Pet Pet proof your home – Puppies and kittens, and other animals [...]

Cat Shaming

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Sometimes cats are jerks. Disagree? Here’s some proof.

Food Aggression in Dogs: What to do about it

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Food aggression is a form of resource guarding in which a dog becomes very defensive when eating and uses threats to force others away. It can be directed towards other animals, humans, or both. The behavior can also extend to treats. Many dog trainers and experts have narrowed down food aggression into three degrees: Mild: [...]

Halloween Safety Tips

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The candy is bought, the pumpkins are carved, and the costumes are on but what about your pet? There are some precautions to take to make sure your pets are safe and not stressed during this holiday. 6 Halloween Safety Tips No treats! The candy in the bowl by the door needs to stay out [...]

Dog Ate 62 Hair Bands And More

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A dog living in Pennsylvania luckily lived after having quite a huge surgery in July. Tiki, a black lab who has a problem with eating things, had to have surgery to remove 62 hairbands and 8 pairs of underwear. There were also some other items in the mix. The owners noticed Tiki was feeling ill [...]

5 Items That Are Dangerous To Pets

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Our homes have cleaners, medications, and other items that are needed but can be dangerous to our pets. We can be as careful as humanly possible and still our dog might find that one piece of chocolate that fell on the floor when making cookies or your cat found that Easter lily that you swore [...]

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