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Jul
30
2014

Fighting Fleas Starts When Your Pet is Asleep

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Itch Itch, Scratch Scratch. It’s enough to drive you crazy when your cat or dog won’t stop scratching and chewing on themselves because of a flea problem. Yet, imagine how they feel! Pets with flea problems often itch and gnaw at themselves until their skin is raw and tender, which as you might imagine, is […]

Jul
9
2014

Innovative Ways to Keep Your Cat Warm and Cozy in the Winter

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Senior cats and those suffering with arthritis are exceptionally susceptible to aches and increased stress on joints during the cold winter months. Just like people with the same condition, they are more like to develop pain and discomfort when temperatures begin to drop. Although older cats are more likely to develop this condition, it can […]

Jul
8
2014

Outdoor Cat or Indoor Cat? Why Not Both?

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As you are probably aware, one of the great decisions about owning a cat is whether or not you’ll let them go exploring outside. Kittens, declawed cats and elderly kitties are definitely at-risk when they are outdoors. The exposure to predators and traffic can quickly scare pet owners from ever letting their cat into the […]

Jul
7
2014

Cat Beds Help Reduce Allergies

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For many cat owners, the worst part about owning a furry friend can be the sniffles and sneezes associated with it. Whether you’re the one who suffers from allergies or if it’s one of your loved ones, a cat that causes sore throats and itchy eyes can quickly become the least favorite member of the […]

Jun
19
2014

What To Know If Your Pet Presses Their Head

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It’s tough to communicate with our pets. Although some high-tech collars coming out on the market claim to be able to tell pet owners health statistics, identifying medical conditions in pets is a big guessing game with a wide range of vague symptoms that easily can be misconstrued and sometimes blown out of proportion. Still, […]