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    Pet Anxiety: Calming Your Anxious Pet

    Can my pet really have pet anxiety? Yes, she can. In fact, cats and dogs are very likely to have problems with anxiety. Visiting the vet, routine changes, loud noises (such as fireworks) or moving ...

Pets, Dog, Dalmatians

Simple, Healthy, Homemade Dog Treats

These two dog treat recipes are sure to have your best friend begging for more. They’re healthy, simple to make and your dog will love them! Apple Cinnamon Doggie Biscuits 1 package apple, dried 1 teaspoon Cinnamon — (I usually just shake some in) 1 Tablespoon parsley, freeze-dried 1 Tablespoon Garlic Powder 1 cup ice […]

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What to Do if You Have an Aggressive Dog

Well-behaved and sociable pets are a delight, but some animals have difficulty interacting with other pets, children or strangers. This can occur for a variety of reasons, including upbringing, socialization problems or past experience. Such pets may display a tendency to bite, growl, scratch or even attack in certain situations — causing a great deal […]

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Cat, Katze, Black White

Feline Epilepsy: Helping, Preventing Cat Seizures

The most common cause of seizure is epilepsy. It is probably due to this fact that the terms are used interchangeable. Epilepsy is characterized by involuntary body movements and loss of consciousness. The duration and frequency of epileptic attacks determine the seriousness of the condition. While mild to moderate feline seizures may be harmless to […]

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Animal, Cat, Domestic

Cat Urinary Problems – Behavioral or Medical?

Inappropriate urinary behavior in cats is normally associated with medical disorders like feline urinary tract infection. However, it is also true that many times it is found to be a behavioral problem rather than a medical one. It is only after ruling out medical causes, after complete blood and urine tests, that one can unequivocally […]

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Canine Cushing’s Disease: Symptoms, Treatment

Excessive thirst and frequent urination are signs of four serious canine medical problems, including diabetes, kidney problems, liver disease and Canine Cushing’s Disease. Regrettably, not treating Cushing’s Disease could precipitate the others. After running basic tests, your veterinarian has eliminated the first three, leaving Cushing’s Disease as the diagnosis. What is Canine Cushing’s Disease? Cushing’s […]

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Preventing, Treating Dog Ear Infections

Timely and proper cleaning of your dog’s ears has many long term benefits. It helps in maintaining good overall health. If your dog is healthy, it impacts the general behavior and demeanor of your pet and he is likely to be more calm, amiable and friendly. Properly Caring for Your Dog’s Ears While the basic […]

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Causes, Treatment of Diabetes in Cats

All cells in the body need glucose for energy. There is a typical method by which glucose enters the cells. Insulin is a hormone secreted by the pancreas that signals the opening of a ‘door’ so that glucose can enter the cell. Any disruption in this mechanism means that cells do not get the energizing […]

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