• Dealing With Your Pet's Bladder Infection UTI

    Dealing With Your Pet’s Bladder Infection (UTI)

    What is a Bladder Infection? Bladder infections in pets are similar to those in humans and both result in intense discomfort and pain. An infected or inflamed bladder may be caused by bacterial infection, crystals ...

Why Do Dogs Hump?

Why Do Dogs Hump?

You may have seen dogs that hump toys or cushions or that try to hump other dogs. You may have even had dogs that humped your leg — which is not really very amusing if you are the person who is being humped. All of this humping may have left you wondering what it’s all […]

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Managing Roundworms in Cats

Feline parasites such as roundworms infest cats in almost the same way as worms in dogs. This process of feline worm infestation is usually completed in one of three ways: The cat can consume worm eggs from the soil. These roundworm eggs generally come into the environment from the excretion of other infected dogs and […]

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Why Do Puppies Bite When Playing?

Why Do Puppies Bite When Playing?

If you’re ever spent any time playing with a litter of puppies then you know that it can be like playing with a school of piranhas! You can be attacked on all sides by sharp little teeth and they really hurt! Yes, puppies bite when they play. Why do they do that? If you’ve ever […]

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Dog Diabetes Symptoms and Natural Treatment

It may surprise you to learn, but dogs can develop diabetes just as people can.  Diabetes is a life-threatening illness so you will need to closely monitor your dog’s blood sugar and provide him with the correct medication. You will also need to carefully manage his diet. As with people there are two types of […]

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Why Do Dogs Chase Their Tails?

Why Do Dogs Chase Their Tails?

Probably all puppies have chased their tails at some point. For a puppy, chasing his tail is as common as a child spinning in circles. Puppies seem to become aware that they have tails and, therefore, they are something to try to catch. Who hasn’t had a laugh at a puppy spinning around trying to […]

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Cat Acne Treatment, Prevention

Your cat’s skin has two types of glands in the dermal layer. The sweat glands that keep the body temperature in check and the sebaceous glands that secrete a greasy substance called sebum. The sebum is a source of one of the most common cat skin diseases that we know as feline acne. Sebaceous glands […]

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