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What’s causing my dog’s dandruff?

 by bora on 20 Nov 2019 |
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Dandruff isn’t always a case of dry skin in dogs. From fungal infections to allergies and disease, Fido’s flaky skin can be a symptom of more serious problems. Dogs with dandruff often display symptoms from itching, licking and scabbing to balding ...

Why you should let your dog stop and sniff on walks



 by bora on 08 Nov 2019 |
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All dog owners have felt frustrated when their pets stop and smell during walks, but research is pointing to the benefits of this activity. Many pet parents have experienced frustration when their curious companions stop to sniff every five steps d...

Can omega-3 cure your dog’s itchy skin?

 by bora on 05 Nov 2019 |
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Many dogs suffer from seasonal allergies, but science is shedding some light on a supplement that can help relieve Fido’s itchy skin: omega-3 fatty acid. Thousands of dogs suffer from atopic dermatitis, a skin condition often linked to pollens, mol...

This is why your cat has a saggy stomach

 by bora on 29 Oct 2019 |
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Most cat owners blame their pet’s saggy stomachs on snacks or spaying, but this belly flap plays a key role in feline anatomy. Many cats have saggy bellies, even if they are not overweight. While some pet parents believe a swaying stomach is caused ...

What’s the safest way to travel with my dog?

 by bora on 18 Oct 2019 |
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Being a pet parent doesn’t mean you have to leave Fido behind on trips. With these tips, you can carry your dog on your next adventure. Many dog parents take their canine companion everywhere, which can mean long trips in the car. Whether it is a w...

Why does my dog stare at me?

 by bora on 11 Oct 2019 |
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An act of devotion or a request to refill the food bowl? Staring can hold a multitude of meanings for our canine companions. In the human world, making eye contact is a way of social bonding and this is no different in our canine companions. Multip...

Help! My cats has gas

 by bora on 03 Oct 2019 |
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Just like humans, cats sometimes pass gas. While this is normal in many cases, excessive gas can be a symptom something’s wrong, from diet to disease. Cats have digestive tracts that are similar to humans’, so it is no surprise that felines sometim...

Ways to get fit with your dog

 by bora on 27 Sep 2019 |
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Exercise benefits us both physically and emotionally, but working out doesn’t have to be a drag with these tips to get fit with your canine companion. Regular exercise benefits us both physically and mentally, but working out doesn’t have to be a c...

How to handle an aggressive cat

 by ben on 19 Sep 2019 |
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Aggression doesn’t just cause rifts in your relationship with your cat, but can also lead to serious scratches, injuries and infection. Aggression is one of the most common problems cat owners face. Whether he is lashing out at you or other pets, yo...

Four reasons your dog leans on your legs

 by bora on 12 Sep 2019 |
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From seeking affection to feeling anxious, dogs lean against their owners’ legs for many reasons. To figure out what your pet is trying to say with this behavior, context is key. Dogs are social creatures and a great deal of their communicating is ...
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