Why Does My Cat Scratch on Things?

There’s nothing worse than coming home to the surprise redecorating of your kitchen table’s legs or living room upholstery, courtesy of your cat’s scratching instinct.  That doesn’t necessarily mean your cat has some inexplicable scratch problem that most other cat owners don’t experience as well.  There are many reasons why [...]

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Liver Disease in dogs

The liver is one of the most important organs in the body of your dog. It performs various functions like aiding blot clot, digestion, detoxification of waste products, and manufacturing of the body’s building blocks. If the liver fails to work properly, your pet can fall sick causing hepatitis which [...]

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Cats Whiskers

Did you know that the breed of cat called the ‘Sphinx’ often has little to no whiskers?  It’s true.  Do you even know what whiskers are and why cats have them? Well, truth be told – whiskers are quite important for our felines friends. The hairs commonly found on a [...]

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Separation Anxiety

Has your dog been acting a little strange since school started back up? There could be a very good reason why, separation anxiety. Dogs are creatures of habit; they enjoy and thrive on having a routine and pattern to their daily lives. This is why when children are gearing up [...]

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Pneumonia in Dogs

There is nothing more distressing then when someone you love is ill. It is even more difficult when the one who is sick cannot tell you what is wrong. It’s no different when your dog is not feeling well! When your dog is sick you just want to make him [...]

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Aggression in Dogs

What does aggression in dogs look like and how does it manifest? Some dogs have behavior issues that can make them dangerous to other dogs and even to humans. They can be aggressive, especially when guarding things they consider their possessions, ie. bowls, toys, food, items they steal/find, people, etc. [...]

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Ear Infections In Dogs

SYMPTOMS, TREATMENT, PREVENTION The medical term for the inflammation or disease of the outer ear canal is ‘otitis externa’. It is one of the most common diseases of pets and it is estimated that up to 20% of the dog population is affected by this disease. [...]

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What are bladder stones?

Is your dog having trouble urinating? It’s quite possible he has bladder stones. What are bladder stones? Bladder stones form as a result of mineral deposits in a dog’s urinary tract. As time goes on, these crystals gather together to form stones.  Bladder stones are primarily found in the bladder however [...]

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