Own A Dog? Take Care Of Its Teeth To Keep It Healthy

If you own a dog, there are many things you need to do to take care of it properly. This includes regular checkups from their vet, exercise, immunizations, and more. One thing you may have forgotten about is your dog’s teeth. Just like your own teeth, it is important that you care for them properly. If you do not, they can have plaque and tartar build up that will lead to cavities. If not taken care of at this point, your dog could get...

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How You Can Help Your Dog Deal With Their Fear Of Thunder

When you are a dog owner, the summer months can mean a lot of great times out and about with your beloved pooch. However, it can also mean that your dog will be running around barking crying, and trying to burrow or hide when thunderstorms hit. Many dogs have a strong fear of thunder that can lead to problematic behaviors and even injuries or illness. Get to know some of the ways that you can help your dog deal with their fear of thunder so...

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Is Your Pooch Packing On The Pounds? 4 Tips To Get It Back Into Shape

Obesity isn’t just a problem that affects humans. It can also affect your pets. In fact, recent studies show that just over half of all US pets are overweight or obese. Obesity can cause serious health risks for your four-legged friends. If you’ve noticed that your dog has been packing on the pounds, here are some steps you can take to curtail the problem. Visit the Vet Before you begin your overweight pet on any weight-loss plan,...

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Three Natural Ways To Keep Fleas Off Your Cat

When your cat becomes infested with fleas, the situation can be a nightmare – for both you and your cat. Not only does your cat have to deal with itchy skin, but you have to deal with pesky fleas in your carpet biting your legs. There are many flea repellants on the market that will keep fleas from taking up residence on your cat. But some cats are sensitive to the chemicals these treatments utilize – and some owners don’t want to be...

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Does It Sound Like Your Dog Swallowed A Goose? Understanding The Reverse Sneeze And How You Can Quell A Spell

It can be disturbing to owners the first time they observe their dogs in the throes of reverse sneezing episodes. Reverse sneezing can sound and appear as though the dog is in respiratory distress and has something lodged in his nasal passages. Some owners describe the sound of a reverse sneeze to that of a goose honking. If your dog launches into episodes of frantic snorting, understanding the cause of reverse sneezing will put your mind at...

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