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Is Your Pet Secretly Stressed?

Recognizing your cat may be stressed may be difficult, but it is always important. Stress not only reduces your cat’s quality of life, but there is a link between stress and medical conditions such as bladder disease and behavior problems. Below are some small things you can do to enhance your cat’s quality of life:…
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5 Reasons your pet makes the best date on Valentine’s Day

5 reasons your pet makes the best Valentine Date: Pets don’t talk. I could elaborate, but I think we can all agree that this is a good thing. You don’t have to share your dessert with your pet – and you probably shouldn’t. This is great since dessert is the very best thing about Valentine’s…
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National Bird Day

Today is the perfect day to reflect on how we treat our birds. Have a pet bird? Below are some tips on how to best care for your pet bird: Get to know your bird – this may seem like a no-brainer, but it is the foundation for creating a positive life for your pet…
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Puppy Bowl

For animal lovers, here is an innovative way to pre-game this Super Bowl - with puppies. The 11th Annual Puppy Bowl will be on Animal Planet from 3-5pm ET, and the paws are out. Expect an epic matchup between teams Ruff and Fluff. Don’t miss out on this annual pet lovers event! Source: http://www.animalplanet.com/tv-shows/puppy-bowl/
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Here are some things we learned about dogs in 2014

One of the things that makes us fall in love with dogs is their openness – there doesn’t seem to be much mystery to their love of food, fun and people. But that doesn’t mean we know everything from them. Below are some of the things we learned about them in 2014: Dogs are sensitive…
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10 Pet Health Tips for the New Year

Yearly veterinarian examinations are as essential to your pet as food and love. On the new year, make a commitment to not wait until your pet is sick before taking him to the veterinarian. Bring your pet in for an examination at least once a year. Vaccinations – make sure you don’t overlook vaccinating your…
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