1. Pet proof your house Before getting your new pet, make sure you pet proof your place. New dogs love to explore new places by licking, smelling, jumping and scratching. As a new parent, it is important that you make ...
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If your dog is a ‘puller’ you’re gonna have a lot of trouble walking him on the leash, especially if you use a dog collar for this purpose. He’ll pull, twist, jerk, and do all the things that are guaranteed ...
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Do you want to know how to take care of newborn kittens quickly? There are several simple secrets you should take into consideration to grow a healthy and obedient pet. Find out what you need to prepare for proper feeding ...
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It is quite common to make mistakes when you’re introducing raw food diet to your dog. Here are a few mentioned: 1. Incomplete research It is recommended to do a thorough research before introducing a new raw food diet for ...
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Aging is a normal part of every dog’s life. At some point, your furry friend’s needs are going to start changing, and it is your responsibility as an owner to keep up. This may feel scary for some owners, especially ...
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What is a hairball? Hairballs are formed because your cat likes to groom itself properly and stay clean. When your cat grooms, small grooves on your cats tongue pick up loose and dead hair from the body and are swallowed ...
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Vaccination for your dog is extremely essential to prevent deadly disease. It may require you to visit your vet several times in a month but it is totally worth it. It is ideal to get your puppy examined by your ...
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Yeast grows in warm and moist environments, which explains why your dog’s ears are at risk of developing such infections. And if it happens, it can be pretty uncomfortable for your pup. And that’s the best-case scenario we’re talking about ...
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Spring has finally arrived, and we’re sure that you couldn’t wait for this fantastic season to show its true colours. We reckon that this is the case with the majority of dog owners too, who are thrilled to take their ...
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Cat herpes, also known as feline rhinotracheitis is a disease primarily caused by herpes virus type 1. The virus is known to infect domestic and wild cats. It is a major cause of upper respiratory disease among cats and commonly ...
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Your pet’s body language can tell you a lot. You understand by a wagging tail or raised hackles that your pet is excited or unhappy. Likewise, they can often tell when you're angry or upset based on how you move ...
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Shock collar, also known as electrical collar, e-collar or remote training collars come in handy especially while you are training your dog. Pros: They are adjustable in terms of giving a warning beep, beginning with vibration and delivering a shock ...
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When people buy a dog and start having a bond with their dog, the question that comes to the mind is “how long will my dog stay by my side?” Sometimes we can’t even stand the thought of losing our ...
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You might be concerned about taking your puppy out for a walk especially when they are so small and naïve but letting your puppy explore the outside world is an important part of their development. In the beginning You can ...
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All mammals have period which is similar to human female period; however the female dog period is a different experience as compared to humans. It consists of 4 stages including: 1. Proesterus stage: the female dog may become grumpy or ...
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Prebiotics are fibers that include non-digestible food ingredients that nourish probiotic bacteria in your dog’s gut. They are non-digestible food ingredients that benefit your dog selectively by stimulating natural growth of bacteria that are essential for digestion. Benefits: Prebiotics improve ...
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There are many different DNA testing kits available in the market and each has a unique feature that makes them different from the other. In order to choose the best DNA kit for your dog you can take following points ...
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Petting your four-legged friend is a great way to strengthen your unique bond. Understanding their body language and stroking them aptly can go a long way in making four-legged pal feel secure and loved. Petting is proven to offer therapeutic ...
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What is a Paleo Diet? The dog Paleo diet includes raw foods and ingredients that canines were naturally designed to consume. These ingredients consist of meat, fish, starchy vegetables and fats. The idea behind this kind of diet is to ...
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By Emily Parker, Catological.com Traveling is one of the most horrid things a cat has to do, especially when it calls for vet visits. The journey alone is quite troublesome for cats of all breeds and ages and what’s even ...
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Your four-legged friend can’t talk, so if something is hurting him, he has no way of telling you. That’s why it’s important to learn about most common dog diseases and their symptoms. Sometimes, only by spotting them in time can ...
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There are several reasons why your puppy maybe crying at night. Especially if you just got them, the new surrounding maybe unfamiliar to them and your puppy will take time to settle down. They may also be suffering from separation ...
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Dogs are said to be obese when their weight is 30% or more above the model weight for that specific breed. Obesity is most common when there is an imbalance between the amounts of energy consumed compared to the amount ...
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Different breeds of service dogs come in handy for physically, neurologically or mentally challenged individuals. These dogs are allowed in places, generally where dogs aren’t. Below mentioned are different kinds of service dogs: Guide dogs These are the most common ...
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Raw dog food diet, also commonly known as BARF, which stands for Bones and Raw Feeding or Biologically Appropriate Raw Feeding is an optimum way to provide a healthy diet for your dog. The diet mainly consists of raw meat, ...
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Puppies and dogs are generally adored by everyone and socialization plays a very important role in their lives. The whole process of getting them to know other dogs, humans and the world around them is critical to dog’s comfort and ...
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