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Why does a cat throw up right after eating? And when should you worry about it? This article covers things like eating too fast, hairballs, and more serious things like food ingredients and underlying conditions.
Ready to dress up for Halloween with your dog?  Have you considered getting matching costumes for your human and furry family?  We've got some ideas to get you started!
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Dogs and cats stare at you when they're going to the bathroom, when you're in bed, and while you're eating. So, what gives? Read on for an explanation of this quirky animal behavior.
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Leaving your dog or cat with a pet sitter for the first time? Some things you should consider include finding quality care, things to consider, and knowing your pet is ok while you are gone.
You're going out of town and need a pet sitter, but where do you start? Learn how to find a pet sitter, including the topics you must discuss before you leave your pet in someone else's care.
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Are you planning a trip with your dog or cat?  Learn about ways to make travel easier for both of you, including how to travel on airplanes, take road trips in cars, and adjust to new surroundings.
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Can pets help our mental health? Studies show they help people stay calmer, build healthy habits and improve our social skills. We show you how.
Kids and pets are a terrific combination. And, as it turns out, there are many ways that pets help improve children's self-esteem, bonding ability, and communication skills.
Fleas are a nuisance in any season. They can cause allergic reactions, skin irritation, grouchy pets (and grouchy pet parents) and more. We've outlined the signs and symptoms of fleas, and how to treat them.
So you brought home a new cat. Time to learn about feeding, playing, socializing, and what supplies you need to make them at home.
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Ever heard of National Answer Your Cat’s Questions Day. Yep, it's a thing! A day to really listen to our cat’s every meow and understand their behavior. No seriously...