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10 Reasons to Be Thankful for Your Pets

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Have you ever stopped to think about all the reasons you are thankful for your pets? Hmmmm….if not, maybe it’s about time you start. We’re here to help with that! Here are 10 reasons you should be thankful for your pets. 1. Your pet is always thankful for you Pets are always happy to see us…

| Dogs, Cats

Dog-Friendly Holiday Light Shows in Maryland & DC 2023

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The crisp air, twinkle-lit streets, and festive decorations bring a special enchantment to the holiday season. But who says enjoying the magic of holiday lights has to be limited to us humans? If you’re a dog owner or simply a dog lover, we’ve got some woof-tastic news for you! Maryland and DC are home to…

Why Your Cat Isn’t Using the Litter Box

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When it comes to housebreaking, cats are supposed to be easy. Their natural instincts drive them to neatly bury their wastes in loose soil. If your cat is having occasional accidents, or has stopped using the litter box altogether, it could be a sign of an underlying issue. Punishing your cat won’t help – they’ll…

| Cats

How to Teach ANY Dog (and Some Cats) to Fetch

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“Are you sure you’re part lab?” you sigh as your dog runs off with the ball again. Or maybe your dog doesn’t have a drop of retriever blood in them, but you still would like to get the ball back once in a while. The truth is, every dog can learn to fetch. Even cats…

| Dogs, Cats, Dog Training

Why Are So Many Pets Getting Cancer?

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November is Pet Cancer Awareness Month, a reminder to stay in-the-know about cancer symptoms, treatment options and possible causes so you can enjoy the longest, healthiest life possible with the animals you love. Cancer accounts for almost half of dogs and about a third of cats over 10 years old. It’s more common in dogs…

| Dogs, Cats

Your New Kitten: The First 30 Days

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Are you preparing to bring home a new kitten? You’re in for years of love, affection and mischief. During the first month, you’re going to have a lot to get used to, especially if this is going to be your first cat. Here’s what you should prioritize when you have a new kitten: The First…

| Cats