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Dealing With Dogs With Incontinence

 by alexandra on 04 Mar 2015 |
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Most people assume that dogs become incontinent with age and while some senior dogs may lose control of their bladders, age is not always the cause. It is important to diagnose incontinence properly so to do this you will need to go to your vet and ...

Dogs And Their Stinky Breath

 by alexandra on 02 Mar 2015 |
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We've all experienced that absolutely horrible stinky breath after being given a big wet one by our dogs. And of course ...

WATCH: Assistance Dogs Four Legged Carers

 by alexandra on 27 Feb 2015 |
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Many people know about Guide Dogs or Seeing Eye Dogs but not many people realise that there are some very special pups...

What You Need To Know About Feline Heart Disease

 by alexandra on 26 Feb 2015 |
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Just like us humans, our feline counterparts can also suffer from heart disease. The fancy medical word for it is Cardiomyopathy. There are different types of feline heart disease however the most common type is hypertrophic cardiomyopathy which is w...

How To Manage A Teething Pup

 by alexandra on 19 Feb 2015 |
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Much like when a baby starts teething, a puppy's teething period can not only be painful and itchy but they also don't k...

Can Your Pet Make You Sick?

 by alexandra on 13 Feb 2015 |
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So you've caught a cold and you're worried about spreading the illness to your pet. Stress less because you can't actual...

What To Do If Your Dog Eats Your Cat's Litter

 by alexandra on 11 Feb 2015 |
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Out of all things to eat, why the kitty litter? Why?!  The act of dogs eating faeces from cat litter is known as coprophagia. It’s not known exactly why it occurs, but coprophagia is a normal behavior in many species, including dogs and especially i...

Clipping Your Cat's Claws - Made Easy

 by alexandra on 10 Feb 2015 |
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Trimming your cat's nails is not an easy task and most people take their cats to the vet or a groomer to do it. However ...

5 Ways To Control Your Pet's Shedding

 by alexandra on 05 Feb 2015 |
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Some say you're not a pet owner if the majority of your clothing isn't covered in fur. While that doesn't sound too appe...

Being Petted Stresses Cats Out

 by alexandra on 30 Jan 2015 |
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Lovingly stroking and petting your cat should be a comforting and welcoming act, but now pet owners have been warned that cuddling their feline can cause them further stress and anxiety. New research and studies have revealed that over half the popul...
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