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3 Superfoods That Make Kibble Meals Healthier

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Fresh foods are healthiest, but not everyone has the time, budget, and experience to make balanced homemade meals for their pets. Offering your pet nutrient-dense add-ins are the next best thing. Raw Meaty Bones Raw meaty bones are the most effective way to clean your pet’s teeth, and they tend to be safer than store-bought…

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Before You Share That “Cute” Animal Video…

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The internet is teeming with viral videos of cute animals. Some of these videos get shared for the wrong reasons. Before you repost a video that you see on the web, you may want to do some research to make sure no animal has been harmed when it was recorded, or will be harmed if…

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The Craziest New Tech Innovations for Pets

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The past few years have seen an amazing assortment of technologies that make our lives better, easier and more entertaining. Our beloved pets must think we’re wizards when they see us using existing technology. They’re going to be even more blown away as the latest advancements slowly become part of our daily lives. Check out…

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Are Laser Pointers Good Toys for Cats?

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When you have a pet with boundless energy, anything can be a toy, even a beam of light. Laser pointers have become so commonly used as pet toys that they are even manufactured specifically for pets. However, just because you can find them in the toy aisle at the pet store does not mean that…

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5 Tips for Caring for a Dog with Arthritis

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Arthritis is, unfortunately, a condition that’s highly likely to affect your dog in their lifetime. Approximately 80 percent of dogs over age 8 will be affected, and 20 percent of young adult dogs will start to show symptoms before their senior years. While arthritis is not curable, there are some ways you can keep your dog…

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Is Adopting a Senior Pet the Right Choice for You?

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At shelters, humane societies, and rescue centers, puppies and kittens get swooped up quickly, while senior pets have a harder time getting adopted. Many are euthanized soon after intake, or die without ever having a family of their own. But adopting a senior pet is not just an act of goodwill for pets in need; it might…

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