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Seven Comforting Thoughts about Grieving for a Pet

A couple of months ago I had to put one of my own cats down. Dear Wallace was everyone’s uncle, he didn’t have a nasty bone in his body and in truth, he wasn’t very smart. But this made him

7 Practical Ways to Improve Your Cat’s Urinary Health

 In and out. In and out. Your cat repeatedly visiting the litter tray is not  something any owner wants to see, because it’s a sign of bladder  discomfort. There are many causes of urinary problems, but surprisingly stress can be

Tick Prevention And Removal

The warmer months are upon us, and you’re probably already taking your canine companion with you on outdoor adventures! Our furry friends love camping, hiking, and spending time in the great outdoors as much as we do. It’s a great

Dog Park Etiquette

Everyone loves to take their pup to the dog park (presuming their dog, in fact, likes other dogs). They can sit for a minute, and their dog can run around and explore. Dog parks are extremely useful for a number


  What’s not to like about summer? The sun’s out, everyone’s in a good mood, it’s warm, and you’re comfortable in a T-shirt and shorts. Pause at this point and spare a thought for our canine companions. Unfortunately, they don’t

Running with Rover: What You Need to Know Before Taking Your Dog On Your Next Jog!

  We all know the benefits to our health of eating well and keeping fit. Perhaps you already run on a regular basis but have you ever considered taking your dog along? It sounds like a great way to keep

Summer Safety Tips For Dog Owners

  Finally, the dog days of summer are upon us! As the month of July commences, so does a favorite time of year for outdoor activities for both humans and their canine companions. With a little planning, summer can be

The Weighty Matter of Feeding Your Cat

How much thought do you give feeding your cat? This is more than of passing interest because both weight and the food fed have a big impact on feline health. For example, being overweight increases the chance of your cat

Does Your Pet Reflect Your Personality?

Apparently, people find it easier to hate cats than dogs. But don’t take my word for it. According to a Petside Poll of those questioned, 15% disliked cats a lot while only 2% felt the same way about dogs. So

The ABCs of Choosing a Kitten

  There is arguably no cuter thing on earth than a kitten… but there is more to choosing a kitten than their “cute” quotient. Your new furry family member should match your lifestyle and have a temperament that suits your

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