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5 Reasons NOT to Give A Rabbit As An Easter Present

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While the roots of Easter are religious, the Easter Bunny has become a widely known symbol of the holiday. He is believed to bring candy and small gifts to children or, traditionally, Easter eggs. Similar to Santa Claus, children anticipate an Easter basket full of good yummy treats and maybe some fun presents. Children also [...]

7 Reasons Why A Vacation Rental is a Great Option When Traveling with Pets

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While many hotels and guest houses are becoming more pet-friendly and have some very amazing and nice gift packs for four-legged guests – and hotels aren’t your only lodging option. Especially if you’ll be in one place for more than a few days, a vacation rental can be an excellent choice. 7 Reasons To Rent [...]

8 Indoor Plants That Are Safe for Pets (& Also Improve Our Health)

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Having plants in the house is a very easy way to spruce up a room, and they can benefit our indoor air quality as well as our mood. The tricky part can be finding plants that are aesthetically pleasing to us and our particular tastes and safe for our pets. Cats and dogs sometimes chew [...]

Chubby Cat: 6 Tips For A Thinner Kitty

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We’ve talked about how to help dogs stay trim. Let’s focus on our feline friends and what can be done to help them stay slim, trim, and healthy. Obese cats face health risks similar to people and dogs, arthritis, shorter life spans, and diabetes are among some of the many health concerns that a chubby [...]

10 Ways to Say “I Love You” to a Pet on Valentines Day

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Valentine’s Day has its roots in Christianity, back to St. Valentine who wrote, “From your Valentine” before he was executed. Today, Valentine’s Day is not only a religious holiday but it is also one where many of us show how much we appreciate our partners, those we have been dating for a little bit, and [...]

Keep Your Dog Slim and Trim!

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So you’ve noticed your dog’s harness is a little tighter around her mid-section and when she lands on her feet from jumping out of the car it’s now a loud “THUD” as opposed to the softer “THUMP” from last year. Your dog might be getting chubby. Some dogs are naturally heftier than others and some [...]

How to Give a Pill to a Cat

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We’ve covered some ways to administer a pill to a dog which entailed wrapping the pill inside of something yummy like cheese or crushing it up in food and if needed, holding your dog and putting the pill in his/her mouth by hand. This half covers what to do with cats. Cats tend to have [...]

How To Give a Pill to a Dog

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I used to work at an animal shelter and we would have pets who needed to be given medication from time to time as they waited for their new forever homes. Sometimes it was something as routine as a heart worm pill and other times it was an antibiotic. Whatever the reason, in general, I [...]

7 New Year’s Resolutions For Your Pet

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Every New Year’s we make resolutions. We make promises to ourselves to improve our lives, our habits, and how we care for ourselves and those around us. It’s like a fresh start to developing new habits. So what about the resolutions towards our pets? Maybe this past year was hectic and you didn’t get to [...]

Caught on Video! Clever Pets Outsmarting Their Humans

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We all believe our pets are smart. Well, maybe not. I know a dog who got his head stuck in a cat door and just stayed there for about 10 minutes looking pathetically sad and confused… But we do know that some dogs, cats, hamsters, and other critters that we share our lives with can [...]

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