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Why Does Calcium Supplement for Dogs ?

Why Calcium Supplements for Dogs ? Calcium is a mineral that is essential not only for people but also animals anymore. Calcium is necessary for the formation of bones and teeth, when the body is calcium deficiency will cause different…

Bringing A Dog Home To A Safe House

“Be it ever so humble, there’s no place like home.” That age-old proverb applies to both humans and dogs. Just as your home is your refuge and your haven, so it is for your dog. But just as you put effort into making your home safe and…

Obesity in Dogs

Explore the health risks associated with obesity in dogs and offer some useful tips for improving your dog’s health and wellbeing. According to a survey conducted by Association for Pet Obesity Prevention in 2016, around 54% of dogs in the…

5 Causes of Dog Hair Loss

5 Causes of Dog Hair Loss Most dog breeds are often cyclical molt or shed quite often the same. That is the case of normal physiological depilatory and you have nothing to worry about. However, when the dog house you have signs of abnormal…

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Cat Care

Litter Box Problems

Litter Box Problems At least 10% of all cats develop elimination problems. Some stop using the box altogether. Some only use their boxes for urination or defecation but not for both. Still others eliminate both in and out of their boxes. Elimination problems can develop as a result of conflict between multiple cats in a home, as a result of a dislike for the litter-box type or the litter itself, as a result of a past medical condition, or as a result of the cat deciding she doesn’t like the location or placement of the…

Bringing A Cat Home To A Safe Environment

Are you a new or soon-to-be cat owner? Congratulations! You can look forward to many years of happiness with your new friend. But to get the relationship off to a great start, there are a few things you should do to make your home safe and comfy for your new kitty. You can start by making sure your home doesn’t harbor any environmental hazards for your cat. TAKE A CAT’S-EYE TOUR OF YOUR HOME You’re accustomed to seeing your home from a human’s perspective. Since you are a human, that makes perfect sense! But since you’ll…

Brushing your Cat’s Teeth: Dental Care for your Pet

Does your cat have smelly breath? A bit of prevention can go a long way towards keeping your pet’s teeth healthy and ultimately save you money. An estimated 80% of pets have dental disease by 3 years of age. Unfortunately many cats develop significant pain and infection due to unhealthy teeth, as well as being banished from the bedroom. What is periodontal disease? While humans tend to get caries or holes in our teeth, cats are more at risk of periodontal disease, which is disease around the base of the tooth near the gum…

How to Prevent Hairballs In Your Cats

HOW TO PREVENT HAIRBALLS IN YOUR CATS Are your cats coughing up hairballs on a regular basis? Image source: Rocky Mountain Feline Rescue via Flickr.com Are your cats coughing up hairballs on a regular basis? Hairballs are a part of life for most cats – particularly for long haired cats – but there are a number of ways that you can help to prevent hairballs from becoming a problem. Groom Your Cat Your cat develops hairballs when he ingests some hair while grooming himself. You can help minimize the amount of hair that your…

MOVING YOUR HOUSE…AND CAT

While it is true that cats love boxes, the truth is that if those boxes are moving to a new house, they may not like them as much. Photo: Mike Dahmen/Pixabay While it is true that cats love boxes, the truth is that if those boxes are moving to a new house, they may not like them as much. As sometimes happens, we need to move and right alongside are our furry friends. We know how stressful moving can be for us humans, but we often don’t think of the toll it may take on our pets.  Harriet Williamson has some helpful…

Closing a Proper Cat

Closing a Proper Cat To carry the cat properly, you must first ensure that the cat feel safe and comfortable with your presence. Then you need to reach the cat, to pay the time to get acquainted with you, and hold your notes up to my chest, let's make that tiny creatures feel safe. The steps are: 1. Access to the cat. If you want to hold a cat, you should first let the cat know that you are approaching uncle. That is, you can gently talk to uncle, uncle to see you, or simply let the cat know your presence in any way. If you…

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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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