Cat Training Tips

Cat Training Tips

Cats are not as social as dogs, so they are more independent. AS a result, they aren’t as naturally inclined to work for praise or attention like dogs, making them harder to train. But that doesn’t mean you can’t teach your cat a few tricks! Training your

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What is My Cat Saying?

What is My Cat Saying?

Cats are certainly not silent creatures. While some might mostly pure with an occasional meow, every sound they make is a form of communication. Curious what exactly your cat is saying? Here’s a quick decoder of some common sounds: “Meow” is an all-purpose word. Your cat may

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Spring Plants Your Pet May Be Allergic To

Spring Plants Your Pet May Be Allergic To

Did you know pets can also get allergies? Yep, just like humans, spring blooms can irritate your animals, giving them the same symptoms as you, like sneezing, coughing, and watery eyes. Sometimes, though, a dog’s allergies will present in a completely different way, often as a skin

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Springtime Pet Safety Tips

Springtime Pet Safety Tips

As the weather warms, your pet is likely itching to get outside. However, springtime can prove hazardous for pets if you aren’t careful. With Easter around the corner, you need to take precaution. Keep lilies and candy out of reach for pets. Chocolates are toxic to cats

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Disaster Preparedness for Pets

Disaster Preparedness for Pets

Would you be prepared to save and care for your pet in case of a natural disaster? In addition to getting your family ready for an earthquake, hurricane, or fire, your pets need to be ready as well. Follow this checklist to be prepared : 1. Get

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How To Save Money On Pet Care

How To Save Money On Pet Care

Keeping your pet healthy can feel like it’s just one cost after another. However, just like with humans, preventative care will help keep you from rushing to the ER – and avoiding that expensive bill. Keep your pet healthy all year round save money on pet health

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How to Have a Stress-Free Vet Visit

How to Have a Stress-Free Vet Visit

Crate-Train You Pet Make sure your pet is comfortable in their carrier ,and train them to love it. You want them to know it doesn’t always take them to a scary place. Make it a place where good things happen by feeding your pet in the carrier

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How To Keep A Dog Happy In a Small Space

How To Keep A Dog Happy In a Small Space

Exercise & Lots of It Dogs are happier when they’re able to spend time exercising outside. They’re more likely to get bored and misbehave if they don’t an outlet for their physical energy. All dogs require different amounts of exercise depending on their age, size, and breed.

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How to Help Your Dog Live A Long Life

How to Help Your Dog Live A Long Life

1. FEED A HIGH QUALITY DIET. Your pet’s health and longevity starts with a food diet. It will give them a shiny coat, healthy skin, and bright eyes. It will also strengthen their immune system, maintain their intestinal health, increase their mental acuity, keep joints and muscles

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Start-Up Helps Robots Care For Your Pets

Start-Up Helps Robots Care For Your Pets

Would you let a robot take care of your pet? A start-up called Petcube is developing AI software to help people understand understand what their pets are trying to tell them, and to predict and prevent pet health problems. Petcube already has Wi-Fi connected cameras so you

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