Amazing Facts About Dogs & Cats

We all know our pets are amazing. They’re our hiking buddies, our camping friends and our outdoor explorers, and they ...

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Amazing Facts About Dogs & Cats

We all know our pets are amazing. They’re our hiking buddies, our camping friends and our outdoor explorers, and they ...

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Using Training as Exercise in Dogs

We all know that dogs need exercise, both physical and mental. But have you ever thought that exercise doesn’t always mean taking your dog for a walk around the neighborhood, or playing fetch in the backyard?

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Senior Cat Considerations

Just like any cat, senior cats need love too! Here are some special considerations, tips and advice for living comfortably with your senior cat so you can help them be their best. 

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What is your cat trying to tell you?

Cats communicate with us (and other cats) through body language and vocalization, but it isn’t always easy to know what they’re trying to say. Here are 4 common questions about cat communication answered to help you get along better with your feline.

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Preparing for a New Kitten

Introducing a new kitten into your home can be scary and exciting all at the same time. I introduced a new kitten, Dixie, into my home last summer, and there were quite a few questions I had to ask myself when preparing to bring Dixie to her new home.

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Litterbox 101

Although it may be tucked away in a corner and not at the forefront of a cat owner’s mind, a clean litterbox environment is important to keep cats and their owners happy.

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How to Exercise with Your Dog

The new year is a time when we all look to start new exercise routines and get into shape. If you own a dog, you probably have wondered how to incorporate your dog into some of your new routine so he can also get more exercise and maybe not have the extra energy to chew up your couch.

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How to build a routine with your cat

The ideal cat routine allows your cat to live safely in your home while still feeling like the wild predator they were born to be. They should have the opportunity to complete their instinctive cycle of “hunt, catch, kill, eat, groom, sleep” at least once a day, and preferably at the same time.

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Stranger Danger

A lot of dogs don’t like it when strangers come over to their home. And the holidays can be really challenging for them because we typically have guests over more frequently and it is usually more guests than usual at once.

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