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Separation anxiety in dogs is when a dog cannot cope with its owner leaving the house and with having to be left to his own devices.

It’s important to prevent separation anxiety from occurring in dogs as it can lead to concerning behavior in your dog. If you feel your dog may be suffering from separation anxiety or you would like to prevent your dog from suffering from it, this article will be of interest to you.

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  January 7, 2012   No comments
Cats and Hydration

Cats and Hydration

Yes, we all know the old adage that cats like to drink milk. But did you know that cats need water to survive as much as their humans? It’s true, and most cats, for one reason or another, don’t drink nearly as much water as they should. In general, cats do not like drinking water, […]

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  August 14, 2019   No comments
Spring Season is Tick Season

Spring Season is Tick Season

Ticks are an unfortunate and inconvenient little insect. And an uncomfortable topic of discussion—somewhat disgusting little insects—but awareness of this little pest, and a little know-how in the methods by which you can check your animals for any sign of them is important. Important because ticks carry disease—although it’s important not to panic, because not […]

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  May 9, 2019   No comments
Pet Hair

Pet Hair

It’s springtime, which means with the warmer temperatures your pet will likely begin to shed its wintertime coat. Both cats and dogs (Did you know that cats can shed up to seventy-five thousand hairs in a single day—amazing!) shed constantly, and the extra hair around the house means extra time cleaning. But there are a […]

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  April 9, 2019   No comments
Dog Nails:

Dog Nails:

When you decide to trim your dog’s nails at home, you’ll need a few supplies. First, you’ll need a pair of nail clippers. Don’t use the same clippers you use on your own nails, but purchase a pair built to accurately cut a dog’s. Dog nail clippers come in different styles and the most common […]

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  January 8, 2019   No comments
Pet Safety During the Holiday Season

Pet Safety During the Holiday Season

The holiday season is a time for fun and cheer, but there are few things that can spoil that fun faster than a sick or injured dog or cat. (Except maybe an argument between relatives). One thing to remember is that if something unfortunate does occur, know the hours of your veterinarian’s office. Keep the […]

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  December 9, 2018   No comments
Help Dog Arthritis with Diet

Help Dog Arthritis with Diet

Dogs suffer from the same types of bodily aches and pains as humans. Dogs have creaky joints, muscles soreness, cartilage loss and inflammation; inflammation is called osteoarthritis and it is the most commonly diagnosed joint and muscular problem with older dogs—usually seven marks the beginning of advanced age in dogs, although problems become especially prevalent […]

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  November 9, 2018   No comments