Category: Pet Care Tips

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…

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Celebrating Halloween with Your Dog

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A lone dog howls in the distance as moonbeams dance on excited trick-or-treaters, streaming through neighborhoods in search of delightful treats and wicked tricks. The howling continues in the distance. Perhaps the dog, looking sadly out of his window, has only one wish: To join in the celebration of the creepiest, spookiest, silliest night of…

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Is It Safe for Cats to Hunt Mice?

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What could be more natural than a cat hunting mice? Farmers used to –and some still do – keep cats in their barn to keep their grain silos mouse-free. But your cat is not a barn cat. Many barn cats are actually strays that just hang around barns because of the availability of mice, warm…

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5 Things Dog People Don’t Understand About Cats

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If you’re used to that big smile and wagging tail when you come home, and you love long dog walks in the park, you might find it hard to understand why anyone would ever want a cat – especially after experiencing the love of a dog. The truth is, cats have just as much to…

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How to Train a Therapy Dog for Volunteering at Hospitals and Nursing Homes

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Do you ever look at your dog and think, “How did I ever get to be so lucky”? Volunteering for animal therapy work with your dog is the perfect way to share the joy they bring with those who need it the most. Nursing home residents, hospital patients and domestic violence shelter residents forget their…

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Should You Give Your Cat a Bath?

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Many kitty parents often wonder whether or not they need to bathe and groom their cat. The assumption is often a resounding “NO” and well, that’s almost true. Cats are excellently self-sufficient when it comes to the bathing and grooming process. In fact, the house cat has physical adaptations to help him to do it…

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