Posts Tagged ‘pet care’

6 Ways To Tell That Your Pet Likes to Travel

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So you’ve made sure to have enough snacks, food, and creature comforts for your pet as your two embark on your trip. You’ve brought along some old toys and the car harness fits your dog perfectly or your cat’s carrier has a fluffy fleece pad in it. Now what? Well, maybe your pet isn’t the [...]

Pets 101: Switching Types of Pet Food

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If your pet needs to change diets, it’s important to do it slowly. Whether it’s moving from kitten or puppy food to adult, or to a special diet. It’s best to introduce the food gradually because they need to get used to the new food, their bodies need to get used to ingesting it, and [...]

How to Avoid Back-to-School Blues – for Your Dog

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Before you know it, it will be September and the kids will be back in school. The summer routine of day camps and small weekend getaways will end and your dog may be find her/himself alone again for 8 to 9 hours a day. With the hustle and bustle of getting kids ready for school, [...]

4 Summer Lovin’ Pet Tips: Keeping Your Outdoor Pet Clean

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When I’m not writing articles for PetsWelcome.com I work for an online retailer. It’s a small business that is run out of his house and one perk to that is that I’m greeted everyday by his two cats. They lounge in the office, meow for attention, and sometimes sit on my desk or chair while [...]

The 6 Signs of Dog Health

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Your dog may not always tell you when she feels a little bloated, has dry skin, or feels nauseasous. It’s not always easy to read your pet’s well-being. There are signs of illness such as lethargy, excessive drooling, appetite changes, or energy level differences but we see our pets everyday and a gradual decrease isn’t [...]

What To Do When You Can’t Take Your Pet On Vacation

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Going away for the holidays? If your pets have to stay behind, it can be very stressful for them. What you choose to do with your pet can mean the difference in a stressed pet and one who has a wonderful time. It can also mean the difference between a stressed out you as you [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

Boy and Girl Scouts Can Earn Pet Care Badges

As pet owners and parents, it’s important that we teach children that pets are family members. While it is unreal to expect kids to be completely responsible for a pet’s well-being and care, it is possible to teach them what it means to be a good pet owner, how to humanely treat animals, and how [...]

Dog Health 101: Leptospirosis

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Leptospirosis—commonly referred to as “lepto” by veterinarians, is a flu-like disease that affects pets, particularly dogs. If not treated in time, the disease can become deadly. Lepto is a spiral-shaped bacterium that spreads through contact with an infected wild or domestic animal’s urine.  In the bacteria are several different strains or types of leptospira that can [...]

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