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Puppy Care

Friday, November 7th, 2014

When you see him with his mother and littermates, your new puppy-to-be is playful, affectionate, and happy. When you bring him home with you, your puppy is still playful and affectionate — but he whimpers at night. And gets frightened easily. And isn’t house-trained.

With the right preparation and training, your new puppy will adjust to his new family and life with minimal difficulty.

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To Declaw or Not Declaw Your Cat

Saturday, November 1st, 2014

Does declawing harm cats? Is it really worse than spaying or neutering? Are there other successful methods to prevent cats from clawing furniture?

Yes, yes, and yes.

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6 Tips to Reduce Litter Box Odor in your home

Tuesday, February 14th, 2012

6 Tips to Reduce Litter Box Odor in your homeA cat is an excellent choice of pet for animal lovers, especially those who may not be interested in going outside early in the morning to walk a dog. While this may allow you a few extra minutes in your warm bed, the stench of a freshly-used litter box may drive you out of the room. Whether you live in a small apartment or have trouble with the litter box smell in a particular area of your house, following these tips will help mitigate the infamous cat urine odor

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What to Do if Your Cat Is Afraid of Fireworks

Thursday, February 2nd, 2012

fireworks-150x150It is not just dogs that can be afraid of fireworks, cats can find it very distressing too. While for dog owners it is fairly easy to tell that their pet doesn’t like the noise, cat owners are often unaware of the fact that their cat is uncomfortable.

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Treatment of Frostbite in Pets

Tuesday, February 1st, 2011

Treatment of Frostbite in PetsWinter can be a tough time for humans and their animal companions.  Pets can experience many of the same ailments and dangers that humans face when the weather turns cold.  Unfortunately, pet-owners are not always aware of what they can do to ensure their animals are safe, warm and healthy through the winter months.  Two very dangerous issues for animals can be frostbite and deadly hypothermia.

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Easy ways to eliminate pet odors from your home.

Friday, January 14th, 2011

Eliminate pet odors from your homeCats are wonderful pets as many cat owners will attest. However, the pet odors associated with cats often create havoc in many households. It is quite possible to enjoy cat ownership and eliminate pet odors associated with cats if you possess the skills and remain diligent in your efforts.

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Removing Pet Hair from Furniture and Clothing

Thursday, December 7th, 2006

“The problem with cats and dogs is that they shed.” Shedding is a common complaint of people who prefer homes free of pet hair to the joys of having a pet. But do we have to choose?

To a point, yes. If you don’t want any pet hair in your home, don’t get a pet. However, we can reduce the problem of pet hair on furniture and clothing with these approaches:

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Transportation and Travel with Cats

Thursday, December 7th, 2006

Cats are happiest when they’re at home. But on occasion, we need to transport them for short trips to the veterinarian or longer trips when we’re moving. How do we make the trip as comfortable as possible for our homebody pets?

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The Ideal Dog House

Wednesday, November 1st, 2006

It may be a structure that you designed and built yourself. Or perhaps you bought a dog house kit to build it, or you bought it pre-made.

No matter how the dog house was built, your dog will be happy if it’s comfortable for him in all kinds of weather, at whatever time of day or night he may be using it.

So what qualities does the ideal dog house have?

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Do-it-Yourself Dog Grooming

Sunday, July 9th, 2006

Should you take your dog to a professional dog groomer, or should you groom your dog yourself?

Depending on your dog’s needs, the answer might be to do both. If you take your dog to a professional dog groomer, you can groom him yourself between appointments. And if your dog’s coat doesn’t require the care of a professional dog groomer, you may be able to be his sole groomer.

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