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Desexing Your Dog

Neutering your dog is one way you can help to keep them healthy and prevent the arrival of an unexpected litter of puppies. Your vet will help you to work out the best time to desex your dog, but usually the procedure is done when he is…

Dog or Cat Owners Prefer More?

Dog or cat owners prefer more? Researchers say one side is the winner Both dogs and cats are great pets. But when it comes to dogs, love between pet and the owner is so much closer. A new study conducted by researchers BBC documentary…

Alaskan Malamute

This Arctic breed is well-known for its use in sledding, its dense coat and has an independent, gentle personality. Alaskan Malamutes at a Glance The Malamute, similar to the Samoyed and Siberian Husky is an ancient breed that is valued for…

Worms in Dogs

Whilst worms in dogs are mostly invisible, keeping your canine companion worm free is an absolute must for their health and comfort. Even though worms aren’t obvious, it’s important that you know about what they can do to your canine best…

Pet Insurance

Your furry family member deserves the best possible care when they get sick or injured. But unexpected veterinary bills can be quite stressful. Pet insurance is a great way to ensure you are always able to make the best health decisions for…

Dog Breeds

Cat Care

How Important Is it to Check Your Cat’s Blood Pressure?

(PHOTO: CANBERRA CAT VET) An Editorial in The Lancet ten years ago predicted that by 2025, over 1.5 billion adults will develop hypertension, or high blood pressure.  Now the International Society of Feline Medicine (ISFM), the veterinary division of International Cat Care, is calling attention to the same concern regarding cats. Many older cats suffer from hypertension, yet it remains significantly undiagnosed.  The effects can be severe, causing damage to the eyes, heart, brain and kidneys.  Some damage, such as complete…

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…

Tips to Have a Happy Cat

Do you sometimes feel a disconnect between you and your cat? Are you unsure of what your cat is wanting from you or how to make your kitty happier? Here are some tips to help you have a better relationship with your cat and to make your kitty happier and more content. Cats do not have many appeasement gestures as do dogs, humans, horses and other group animals. Group animals have many ways to work together to resolve tension without resorting to an emergency response of either fleeing, withdrawing or fighting. Cats do not…

How to Care for Kittens

How to Care for Kittens If the mother cat problem can not care for your cat or kittens picked up, it is difficult to determine their age to care. You can compare it with the following to be able to care for the cats best.

Food as Play – Weight Loss Tips for Cats

While many cats are perfectly content to sleep the day away, if their food wasn’t provided in a bowl for them, life would be very different. Cats are born hunters. They would usually hunt an average of 7 times a day. No wonder they can easily gain weight when they no longer need to expend any energy to eat. One way to help your cat stay fit and healthy is to make their food into a hunting game. We can hide their food, put it in interactive toys, or even make our own toys to encourage them to ‘hunt’. This is great fun for…

Taking your Cat on Holidays with you

Can’t imagine leaving your cat behind while you go on holiday?  With just a little planning, you can bring all members of your family along on your next getaway, including your beloved cat. Do you feel that your cat is a genuine part of the family?  Chances are your pet feels the same way.  It is unsettling for animals to be left behind when you go away on holiday. Not so long ago, you had little choice but to place your beloved animal in a kennel while you were away.  While these are still valid choices, they are costly and…

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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