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Hip Dysplasia in Dogs

Finding out your dog has hip dysplasia raises many questions. Will your dog be sentenced to a lifetime of pain? What are the treatment options? We run through what you need to know. Firstly, there are many options to ensure your dog has a…

Shih Tzu

Shih Tzu The Shih Tzu with its adorable underbite is a perfect lap-dog and great family pet. Shih Tzu or ‘lion dogs’ were originally bred in China and interestingly despite their appearance their DNA places them in the ancient breeds group,…

Chihuahua

The ultimate small-space pet, the Chihuahua is big on personality in contrast to its tiny stature. Chihuahuas are well known and well-loved little dogs who often have very distinct and strong personalities. They have a reputation for having…

Breeding bitch breeding techniques

The reproductive ability of bitches appears at about 8 - 1 0 months of age, especially having earlier children (if they have good breeding, they have later children), at this time the cells .. 1. Choose the same Selection by the method of…

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Cat Care

Homemade Cat Food Loving Home

Homemade cat food Loving Home Currently, although the market has sold a lot of pet foods for cats, some owners still tastes homemade love cat food at home. The following article will help you get the most basic knowledge of nutrition as well as appropriate diets for cats when you order food for them at home.

10 Simple Tips to Help Your Cat Lose Weight

If you’ve just been told that your cat needs to lose weight, you’re probably wondering how you’re going to break the traumatic news to your feline friend. Cats often fall into two distinct categories when it comes to eating, those that simply graze on their food, but never really over-eat, and those that can’t get enough and always seem to be hungry. Even an extra 0.5-1 kilogram of weight can cause significant health problems (such as diabetes) and will shorten your beloved pet’s lifespan. A useful way to think about it, is…

Cute Kittens and The Power of Kawaii: Prescription for Productivity

The Power of Kawaii: Viewing Cute Images Promotes a Careful Behavior and Narrows Attentional Focus Kawaii (a Japanese word meaning “cute”) things are popular because they produce positive feelings. A study conducted by researchers at Japan’s Hiroshima University measured the effects of exposure to images of baby animals on task completion and productivity and found they have a measurably beneficial effect. Researchers conducted three experiments where subjects viewed a variety of images that included baby animals, adult…

General Cat Care

General Cat Care Have you recently added a feline friend to your family? Congratulations! We know you’ll be thrilled to have your new cat in your home. If you are considering adopting a cat, please visit your local shelter. We encourage you to browse our directory of adoptable cats in your area, or use our shelter finder to start your search. Read on for useful tips for new cat parents, and for those looking to brush up on their pet care skills. Basic Care Feeding We recommend purchasing high-quality, brand-name kitten or…

Aggression Between Cats in Your Household

Aggression Between Cats in Your Household Some cats just won’t give peace a chance. There are several reasons that cats might not get along. The most common is undersocialization—a lack of pleasant experiences with other cats early in life. If your cat grew up as the only cat, with little or no contact with other felines, he may react strongly when he’s finally introduced to another cat because he’s afraid of the unknown, he lacks feline social skills, and he dislikes the disruption to his routine and environment. Cats tend…

Top 10 Warning Signs of Cancer in Dogs and Cats

May is Pet Cancer Awareness Month, a time to spread awareness of the symptoms of cancer in dogs and cats. As cancer is the leading cause of death in cats and dogs, knowing the symptoms your pets may present if they develop the disease can help you and your vet diagnose and treat your pet sooner. Therefore, petMD.com has pulled together the top 10 warning signs of cancer in dogs and cats. 1. Lumps and Bumps: Not every lump or bump is necessarily cancerous, but consulting with your vet is the only way to be sure. If the lump…

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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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