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8 A DOG CARE ADVICE CANNOT BE IGNORED

To keep your dog healthy, active and intelligent, do not ignore the following 10 pet tips for caring for your dog! 1. A safe and hygienic living environment for your dog Unclean accommodation is a danger of germs and bacteria that affect…

Pomeranian

Pomeranian This affectionate little puff-ball makes a great family pet and often has a larger-than-life personality. Pomeranians are known for their luxuriously, fluffy coats and their fun-loving, confident nature. When socialised as young…

Emergency Care for Your Pet

Emergency Care for Your Pet Unfortunately, accidents do happen. When a medical emergency befalls our furry friends, pet parents may find it difficult to make rational decisions, especially if something occurs during the middle of the night.…

Chow Chow

The bear-like Chow Chow hails from China where it is known as the ‘puffy-lion dog’. Chow Chows are an ancient breed that may hail from Mongolia or Siberia, which explains their amazing, thick coat. They were bred to work, but were also…

Diabetes in Dogs

Diabetes most commonly affects middle aged, overweight female dogs. It is caused by a lack of insulin, a hormone that is produced by the pancreas which is essential for glucose metabolism. The pancreas becomes damaged by either…

Dog Breeds

Cat Care

Veterinarians Recommend Kidney Check-ups and Care for Cats

Angell Veterinarians: Prioritize Kidney Check-ups for Cats BOSTON, May 6, 2013 – Seven-year-old “Hank,” a chunky and sweet-natured gray tabby cat, was just discharged from Angell Animal Medical Center having undergone successful treatment to slow his renal disease which, if left unchecked, would have led to kidney failure and death.  Hank is one of the lucky ones; Angell veterinarians diagnose hundreds of cases of renal disease every year, with many patients too far gone to be saved.  His story is a reminder for pet…

Why do cats purr? A Purr-fect Question

Cats purr in a variety of situations and there are a number of theories as to why they do it. It could even be therapeutic. Why Do Cats Purr? The fascinating thing about purring is that cats will do it when they are feeding their kittens, to communicate with other cats, when being patted and when relaxed, but they will also purr when in distress. Cats who have suffered trauma such as being hit by a car, or are at the vet clinic will often purr, despite being obviously in pain or discomfort. Purring is found in Felids and…

10 Foods to Avoid Feeding Cat

10 Foods to Avoid Feeding Cat Not anything is possible for cats to eat. it probably will affect a lot of psychology, health and the development of the cat. here are 10 foods you should not feed the cat.

Imagine Coming Home to Your Cat’s Jaw Stuck Like This

When Karlee Trafford came home one Sunday night, everything seemed normal at her house. By Paige / June 21, 2016 Image source: thedodo.com When Karlee Trafford came home one Sunday night, everything seemed normal at her house. That is, until she saw her cat, Jason, jump up onto the couch. Jason, three and a half years old, was unable to move his jaw, and his mouth was stuck in a wide yawning position. It’s enough to give any cat owner a fright, and Trafford examined Jason carefully. His tongue was moving and he was able to…

Choosing Soft Toys That Are Safe For Your Pet

Buying toys for your pets is like buying toys for your toddler. You need to watch for dangers in every toy, no matter how harmless it looks to ensure your pet’s safety. Catnip and honeysuckle-stuffed plushies are among the most common and popular toys for cats, and what dog doesn’t enjoy tearing apart a stuffed squirrel or old slipper? Ferrets like to pretend to hunt down stuffed animals three times their size, and parrots love to have a “lovie” to snuggle with. All these soft toys seem harmless enough. After all, what can a…

Pet Poisons that Could Be Lurking in Your Purse or Bag

Pet Poisons that Could Be Lurking in Your Purse or Bag Now that back-to-school season is in full swing, it’s a busy time of year. And it’s important to be vigilant about curious pets getting into kids’ backpacks and finding items that are good for kids but potentially bad for pets. But did you know that there are just as many potential pet dangers that can be found in a purse or bag? The ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center (APCC) gets frequent calls about curious pets getting into everyday items that you may carry with you…

Cat Breeds



Latest Articles

Your Voice Matters: Virtual Advocacy at Home

Now more than ever, animals need citizen lobbyists to take a stand against animal suffering and voice their concerns to their elected officials. The ASPCA offers a variety of educational webinars that can help you be a better advocate for animal welfare. You can speak up for animals and advocate from home by joining our volunteer advocacy…
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From Fearful to Fun-Loving: Matilda Is Ready for a Home

Long walks, hugs and kisses, plushy toys, delicious treats and warm blankets are just a few of Matilda’s favorite things! This beautiful, bubbly, 1 ½-year-old pup recently graduated from the ASPCA Behavioral Rehabilitation Center (BRC) and needs some help finding a loving home in Western North Carolina. Matilda has made incredible progress at the…
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Celebrate Father’s Day with These Celebrity Dog Dads

In honor of Father’s Day this Sunday, June 21, we’re highlighting our favorite celebrity dog dads. Parenting a pup takes commitment, and these guys deserve serious recognition when it comes to caring for and bonding with their pooches. Check out the pack of fetching celebrity dog dads: Looking to become a pet parent yourself? When you’re ready to…
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A Big Bounce Back for A Small Pooch

On the morning of March 24, Nannette Ramos was preparing another day of remote learning for her daughter Halie, 16, and son Jona, 4, in their Bronx apartment. As Nannette sat in her reclining chair, she suddenly heard a sharp yelp. The family’s new puppy, a two-month-old Maltese mix, had become accidentally pinned underneath the chair. Nannette…
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Two Former Foster Cats Find Each Other

Megan T. had been living in Los Angeles for just two weeks when she spotted a flyer at her local Petco offering opportunities to foster kittens for the ASPCA. “I thought fostering would be a good introduction to having a cat or dog,” says Megan, who joined the ASPCA’s L.A. Kitten Foster program and took on a cat named Summer. Originally a stray,…
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