Month: August 2020

(Picture Credit: Fotoguru_se/Getty Images) Tartar and gingivitis are two of the most common problems seen in dogs by veterinarians. Poor dental hygiene can lead to gum disease, loss of teeth, and–if untreated–more serious conditions such as bacterial infections of the heart, liver, or kidneys. In fact, 80 percent of dogs and 70 percent of cats
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(Picture Credit: RossHelen/Getty Images) The vitamin and supplement business for humans is a multi-billion dollar industry. Many pet parents also feel that, if supplements are good for them, they must be good for their pets, too. With Holistic Pet Day coming up on August 30th, maybe natural health solutions for your furry friend are already
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This post contains affiliate links. Read more here. Tasty treats are a great way to liven up your cat’s day. At my house, everyone gathers for a bed-time treat. We also use treats to reward Max, our grouchy Siberian, for allowing us to groom him. Many of our friends use cat treats to introduce their
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Living with any roommate can be a struggle, but furry, four-legged roommates can take your frustration to a new level. Those claws, teeth, and annoying habits can wreak havoc on any space, particularly a small apartment. If you’re really hoping to keep your apartment and belongings intact while living with a dog, you’ll have to
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How to make your dog smarter? Go off the Beaten Path Hide Your Dog’s Toys Increase Your Dog’s Vocabulary Never Stop Training Brain Training for Dogs Keeping a dog mentally stimulated is important. If we don’t pay enough attention to our dogs’ minds, they often become bored or start misbehaving, and their mental health can
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These dogs are guilty and they know it. Try not to laugh at these guilty dogs! Hope you like our compilation and don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE! Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MoBro94.Production Twitter: Tweets by MoBro94P The content in this compilation is licensed and used with authorization of the rights holder. If you have any questions
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) While not gravitating to the level of destruction, persistent barking, howling or indoor accidents. I feel stressed when my dog is alone. There are others out there feeling this way as well, I know it. Safety in numbers, pack mentality, groups of like-minded pet guardians. Right? A little bit of Googling
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(Picture Credit: s5iztok/Getty Images) Are you having trouble deciding whether you should spay or neuter your dog? There are plenty of myths out there that could influence your decision. It’s important to get down to the truth about spaying and neutering. February is Spay/Neuter Awareness Month, and there’s no better time to sort out fact
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