What Should You Do After Your Cat Has Gotten Into A Fight?

Cats have never been the most sociable animals, and territorial squabbles between neighborhood pets are a relatively common occurrence. Most of these fights are small and never witnessed by humans, but every once in a while your cat may get involved in an all-out brawl. If you see your cat fighting another or your pet comes home scratched and roughed up, you should walk through these four steps to make sure your pet has emerged from the scuffle...

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What Pet Owners Should Know About Electro-Stim For Pets

The idea of using electricity on your pet in the form of electro-stim may initially seem frightening. After all, electricity can be very dangerous, and even mild electrical shocks can be painful. However, there’s nothing to fear from electro-stim, and there are many ways that your pet may benefit. Keep reading to learn more about electro-stim, how it works, and why you don’t need to be afraid of it. What Electro-Stim Is Used For...

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Essential Steps To Make Your Home A Flea-Free Zone

Fleas may be wingless, but these pests really get around. Fleas can live without hosts for several months according to the RSPCA. Make sure it’s not your home they’re thriving in. Follow these steps to make your home a flea-free zone. Get Busy Dust-Bustin’ Be sure to vacuum your carpets and rugs regularly. Getting rid of fleas takes more than the average weekly vacuuming, though. Also use a hand-held or vacuum attachment to...

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4 Tips To Help You Keep Your Dog’s Teeth Clean

Your furry friend is subject to tooth decay, cavities and tooth pain just like you are. If you want to make sure that your dog’s mouth stays healthy and pain-free, then you need to take the proper steps to ensure that your dog’s teeth stay clean. There are a number of things that you can do for your dog help improve their oral hygiene. Use A Water Additive To easily rid your dog’s mouth of built-up plaque and bacteria, you can...

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4 Must-Have Cat Grooming Tools

Although cats are known for grooming themselves, it is still important for pet owners to take the time to aid cats with this task. Not only will your cat have a shiny coat as a result, but it will also be much healthier in the long run. Below are four must-have cat grooming tools that you won’t want to be without.  Cat Brush Start off brushing your cat’s fur on a regular basis. Not only will this reduce the amount of fur found...

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