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If your cat vomits a little from time to time, you probably just chalk it up to "they ate something they weren't supposed to" and don't give it a second thought. However, if your kitty begins to vomit bile often, that may be cause for concern. Find out more here about why your cat may be vomiting up bile.
Cats get arthritis just like anyone else -- they age and their joints start to deteriorate, unable to restore the lost cartilage that would otherwise cushion their joints from bone on bone contact. If you notice that you cat is starting to show signs of this aging, here are a few articles to help your formerly spry kitty deal with their arthritis.
If your dog is straining to do their business, or not going as often as normal, it could be constipation. Find out the most common dog constipation causes here -- and what to do about it.
Cats who enjoy a little green in their diet may enjoy their own safe-to-eat cat grass garden.
To avoid bringing your Yorkshire Terrier outdoors to eliminate, potty train your dog to go indoors on puppy pads instead. Learn how to wee-wee pad train your Yorkie here.
When it comes to the lifelong commitment of taking care of a cat, there are a lot of supplies you're going to need. Here are 14 must-have products every pet parent should have in order to provide a happy healthy life for their feline.
Notice your pet seems under the weather? It could be something minor, but there are serious health concerns that can strike cats and dogs and that will need medical attention. Find out here what symptoms pet parents should look out for.
For families that want a slightly bigger dog without having to worry about a slightly bigger clean-up, these dogs are a great option.
A healthy kitten is as much a product of their environment as it is about their physical wellness. These are a few things you can do to help make your home a kitten approved location.
Everybody, including cats, can get an upset stomach. If your cat vomits or has diarrhea, here are a few tips that will help calm their digestive unrest.
Fish oil supplements can greatly improve skin, coat, joint, and heart health, and more, in dogs and cats. Learn how fish oil can boost your pet’s health at PetCareRx.
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