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Pet Safety Alert: The Rising Dangers of Blue-Green Algae

Pet Safety Alert: The Rising Dangers of Blue-Green Algae Alarming reports have recently surfaced of blue-green algae intoxications in pets. Many pet parents don’t realize the severity of the threat these toxins pose to animals, and it’s easy to overlook. During this recent spike in blue-green algae cases, we want to make sure you have everything…
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Should You Fear the Flea?

Should You Fear the Flea? There are so many flea and tick products out there to keep your pets comfortable and healthy, that it can be difficult to keep them all straight! There are all-natural products, sprays, powders, topical treatments…

Who Helps Happy Tails Happen?

Who Helps Happy Tails Happen? Bones hanging out with Kelly DiCicco, ASPCA Adoption Promotions Manager. For centuries, matchmakers have united strangers in love, but no one ever said both parties had to be human. At the ASPCA Adoption…

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Dog Care

Simple Tips for Itchy Dogs

For many dogs spring and summer bring on the torment of the itch. It can be difficult to get to the underlying cause in some cases, but for many dogs a few strategies can help. For their owners this can mean costly visits to the vet and the…

Dog Vaccinations

Vaccination is a routine part of preventative health care for all dogs, but it can be confusing. There are a number of vaccinations available for dogs and a range of vaccination schedules. Learn which vaccines your dog needs and how often.…

5 Simple But Efficient Ways to Remove Dog Ticks

5 Simple But Efficient Ways To Remove Dog Ticks . Forum how to care for dogs of this period, I will introduce to you the dog tick treatments are simple but quite effective. Do not harm the health of the dog, and extremely safe for human…

Help! My Dog Is Being Bothered By Flies

For those of us who know the frustration of biting flies, the situation can seem incredibly difficult to solve. Today we will give you some simple strategies that really do work to get rid of those pesky flies for good. Flies like poo The…

What to Look For in a Dog Bed

Can you imagine your life without a comfy bed to crawl into each night? Your dog’s bed should be a haven and a place they can spend a good deal of time. It needs to be sturdy, comfortable, safe and of course easy to clean and resistant to…

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Cat Care

Chewing, Banging Doors, Cat bites other Kitties, and Dog Chases Cats

Q: My 1 year old cat likes to chew. He chews cords, wood, plastic, anything! How can I get him to stop chewing? A: This could be related to diet, boredom, and/or displacement behavior from stress. It could also be a sign of an underlying medical problem, depending on the severity and exactly what he chooses to digest. Depending on other behaviors, it could also be influenced by early weaning. More information would need to be known i.e., other pets in the family and what their relationships are, what you feed your cat and…

Congenital Cat Disease- Musculoskeletal Disorder. Symptoms And Treatment

Congenital Cat Disease- Musculoskeletal Disorder. Symptoms And Treatment Loss of muscle tone is congenital musculoskeletal disorders control (skeletal muscle-locking disorder). In the disease, the body immediately bundled them not to be relaxed: so spastic muscles in a short time. If the animal is sick trying to stand up immediately, we will fall. The sudden impact could be the cause of the phenomenon of sudden muscle, thereby making the animals sick down. This disease found in goats and more commonly known by the name…

FANTASTIC TRAINING TIPS – CLAWS ARE A-OKAY

An animal advocate and behaviorist with great insight into our pets, check out Amy Shojai’s thoughts on kitty and her claws. The animal advocate and behaviorist not only has great insight into our pets, she is a world-class author penning both animal help books, but “thrillers with a bite,” featuring, you guessed it, animals! Check out her great advise from this excerpt at VetStreet on cats and claws. Applause for Claws: 7 Scratch-Training Tips By Amy Shojai While clawing is a normal feline behavior, it is not…

Cats and Babies

Cats and Babies Although we know that cats and babies can co-exist harmoniously in the same family, there are still precautions that new or expecting parents can take to help safeguard both baby and feline. Preparing for Your Baby’s Arrival Keep your cats indoors, and do not befriend neighborhood cats while pregnant! The feline parasitic infection toxoplasmosis can be caused by a cat eating small mammals or birds. This parasite in a pregnant woman can result in miscarriage, stillbirth or such birth defects as blindness,…

Pet Food Recipes – Hygiene & Food Safety

Whenever we prepare food for our pets it is incredibly important to make sure you avoid making anyone ill. Often the problems arise when cooking, preparing and storing meat. A few basic precautions will ensure everyone stays healthy and happy. Today the meat that we prepare and eat is not as fresh as it once was. Animals are often kept intensively in overcrowded conditions. Meat travels for long distances, then sits on supermarket shelves or in the butcher before sale. There are many points during the pathway from paddock to…

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…

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Pet Safety Alert: The Rising Dangers of Blue-Green Algae

Pet Safety Alert: The Rising Dangers of Blue-Green Algae Alarming reports have recently surfaced of blue-green algae intoxications in pets. Many pet parents don’t realize the severity of the threat these toxins pose to animals, and it’s easy to overlook. During this recent spike in blue-green algae cases, we want to make sure you have everything…
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Should You Fear the Flea?

Should You Fear the Flea? There are so many flea and tick products out there to keep your pets comfortable and healthy, that it can be difficult to keep them all straight! There are all-natural products, sprays, powders, topical treatments and chewable products that can be given like a treat. On top of the range of products, it can also be…
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Who Helps Happy Tails Happen?

Who Helps Happy Tails Happen? Bones hanging out with Kelly DiCicco, ASPCA Adoption Promotions Manager. For centuries, matchmakers have united strangers in love, but no one ever said both parties had to be human. At the ASPCA Adoption Center and on Mobile Adoption Vehicles, “Matchmakers” pair potential adopters with dogs and cats who best match…
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Pets and Sunscreen: Don’t Get Burned by the Myths!

Pets and Sunscreen: Don’t Get Burned by the Myths! When you are outside on a summer day, sunscreen is usually something you have on hand. We are all aware of the risks of prolonged sun exposure in people—from superficial wrinkles to dangerous skin cancer and damaging burns—and using sunscreen can help prevent all these things. While sunscreen is…
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