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How to Tell If Your Cat is in Pain

How to Tell If Your Cat is in Pain

It is important to know the signs of pain in your cat so you can identify when something may be wrong. The following are some things to look for: Your cat’s habits As your cat’s owner, you know your cat better than anyone, and you will be the first person to realize...

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Enrichment Tips to Keep Your Cat Healthy

Enrichment Tips to Keep Your Cat Healthy

If you have a cat, you know they are intelligent creatures that love to play with their owners. Unfortunately, most cats don't get enough stimulation in their daily lives, leading to boredom and even depression. So what are some ways you can keep your feline friend...

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10 Important Health Tips For Senior Cats

10 Important Health Tips For Senior Cats

Schedule veterinarian checkups at least twice a year. The older your senior cat, the more important it is to maintain good health. Be more informed and aware of your senior cat’s condition. Observe your cat on a regular basis to stay on top of any potential symptoms...

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Ways to Prepare Your Pet for Boarding

Ways to Prepare Your Pet for Boarding

We understand that sometimes, your four-legged friends don’t make the best traveling companions. If your travel plans don’t include your pet, make other arrangements in advance to ensure your pet is cared for while you're gone. Ease potential boarding pitfalls and...

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Tips to Ensure Your Pooch Enjoys the Dog Park

Tips to Ensure Your Pooch Enjoys the Dog Park

Many pet owners take their dogs to dog parks to burn off excess energy, run off-leash, and socialize with other canines. But, dog parks can serve as a site for altercations. To ensure your pup enjoys her time romping in the park, and to avoid potential mishaps, here...

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Cats: Inside or Out?

Cats: Inside or Out?

Since domestic cats have evolved from wild felines, should they be allowed to roam freely outside? Some believe that cats should be kept safely indoors. Others believe that cats will have a more fulfilling life if allowed to hunt and explore in the great outdoors....

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