Outside Time for Indoor Cats

Outside Time for Indoor Cats

It’s widely accepted that indoor cats live longer than their outdoor counterparts. Outdoor cats face potentially fatal threats from every direction: cars, roaming dogs, poison, coyotes, antifreeze, hawks, and other cats. They can contract diseases or injuries that they can …

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Thanksgiving Pet Safety

Thanksgiving Pet Safety

Stay Safe this Thanksgiving Be Careful with Food Keep your feast to yourself! Common holiday foods including garlic, onions, raisins, grapes and chocolate often prove fatal for pets. Even that turkey skin they beg for can lead to pancreatitis in …

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Halloween Pet Safety

Halloween Pet Safety

Safely Celebrate Halloween Keep Candy Out of Reach Chocolate! Xylitol! Raisins! Candy may be delicious for humans, but poisonous for our four-legged friends. Keep candy bowls somewhere out of pets’ reach. A trip to the emergency vet would certainly put …

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Pet Loss and Grief Support

Pet Loss and Grief Support

When your pet is no longer able to live pain-free and with dignity, it may be time to think about humane euthanasia. The following organizations offer low-cost end-of-life services for pets. The requirements for assistance vary, so please review the …

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Hot Weather Pet Tips

Hot Weather Pet Tips

Keep Cool When Temperatures Soar Test the ground with the back of your hand.If it’s too hot for you, it’s too hot for paws. When going for a walk or letting your pet enjoy some outdoor time, a good rule …

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Destructive Behavior in Dogs

Destructive Behavior in Dogs

Preventing and Eliminating Destructive Behaviors It is normal for dogs to explore the world with their mouths. However, dogs may not choose the safest or most appropriate chewing items as they get used to their space. Until your dog has …

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Managing Mouthy Dogs

Managing Mouthy Dogs

Reasons a Dog May Put Their Mouth on You There are many reasons a dog may put their mouth on you, and your dog may end up doing so for not one but many reasons: During playtimeTo get your attentionWhen …

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Dog-to-Dog Introductions

Dog-to-Dog Introductions

Be Calm When introducing two dogs to each other it is very important to be as calm as possible. Any anxiety or apprehension we have at the time will travel right down the leash to the dog. Dogs are experts …

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Housetraining

Housetraining

Housetraining is all about teaching your dog the right place to eliminate and rewarding them for doing so. Sounds so simple, right? Well this process takes time and repetition. Even if a dog has a history of housetraining in their …

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What to Know About Muzzles

What to Know About Muzzles

Why Muzzles are Important Muzzles may not be the most appealing piece of dog gear to own, but it may be one of our most essential pieces of equipment when properly used. The popular view of dogs in muzzles is …

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Keep Your Cat in the Box

Keep Your Cat in the Box

By Suzanne Hetts, Ph.D. and Dan Estep, Ph.D. Five Things You Must Do Keep the Litter Box Area Odor-Free Cats’ have a very sensitive sense of smell. Odors are probably more important to cats than they are even to dogs. …

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