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What Diseases and Illness Do Dog Vaccines Protect My Dog From?

Dog vaccines are very common and important for puppies and older dogs. There are various diseases and illnesses out there that can affect dogs enough to cause death. It is important to regularly take your furry friend to regular checkups and vet appointments to check on their overall health and wellbeing. Before getting a vaccine,…

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Why Does My Cat Lift Their Paw? A Guide to Cat Body Language

Of course, context matters when discussing body language and meaning. Our cat friends are funny little creatures who are hard to understand. Instead of speaking our language, cats, like ourselves, use their bodies to communicate with others. We can tell what our cat buddies tell us and feel through their tails, ears, body, and eyes.…

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cat noises

Meowing, Chirping, and More: A Guide to Cat Sounds

Cats are cute creatures that love to make sounds to express their emotions, needs, and desires. It is funny and also heartwarming to hear a cat meow, chirp, and purr. Each of these common cat calls and sounds, though, have unique meanings. It is not enough to know the sound that your cat makes. You…

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dog heat exhaustion

What You Need to Know About Dog Heat Exhaustion

Dog heat exhaustion can be deadly, especially if it is not taken care of as quickly as possible. Just like humans, dogs can overheat and pass out. Too much sun and heat suck the moisture from the air, making it harder to breathe. Dogs have ways of cooling themselves down, especially during the hot summer…

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canine noise aversion

Canine Noise Aversion

A majority of dogs suffer from canine noise aversion. This condition is not rare. It can affect puppies, older dogs, and even cats, although the condition does have a different name when related to felines. Certain loud noises and pitches affect dogs by instilling fear and anxiety. If your dog is suddenly fearful of a…

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dog alzheimer's

Can Dogs Get Alzheimer’s Disease?

It can hurt to watch your pet suffer and change. Sadly, dogs can develop Alzheimer’s disease as they age. However, it is not a given. Not all dogs will develop this cognitive condition; in fact, there are many suggested ways to prevent the disease. Before you can go through the preventative techniques, though, it is…

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What Texas Flowers and Plants are Poisonous to My Cat?

Cats are very active and love to explore. Chewing, climbing and hunting are one of the best skills, but it’s difficult to avoid your cat chewing on plants, especially if they are at home or outside your garden. ASPCA listed 417 varieties of plants that are poisonous for cats. It’s shocking to think how our…

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dog whistle

How Do Dog Whistles Work?

Training dogs is not easy! When first looking up information on how to train your family puppy, it can be overwhelming. There are so many options for different devices and even more explanations on how to use or how to not use them. One of the oldest training devices used in dogs is the dog…

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Is My Cat a Maine Coon Cat?

If you adopted a cat at a shelter or received one as a gift, it is possible that you don’t know what kind of cat they are. Cats come in all different colors, shapes, and sizes, and some are fluffy, while others are completely hairless. Every cat has specific care they require and need. For…

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Why Is My Cat Looking at Me Like That? A Guide to Cat Body Language

Of course, context matters when discussing body language and meaning. Our cat friends are funny little creatures who are hard to understand. Instead of speaking our language, cats, like ourselves, use their bodies to communicate with others. We can tell what our cat buddies tell us and feel through their tails, ears, body, and eyes.…

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