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Many pet parents decide that their cats can roam and play outdoors. However, the time may come when your cat should no longer go outside. Maybe they've developed a condition that slows them down or needs regular treatment. There are a variety of factors that will affect your indoor/outdoor decisions.
Before you let your cat outside, it is a good idea to make sure they have everything they might need. We've selected some useful products that will help keep your kitty safe before they prowl the streets.
The ideal pet door works with your home and yard layout, giving your pets all the access you want them to have. Use these tips to choose a pet door.
Cocker Spaniels are eager to please, so you can use their natural disposition to get them potty trained pretty painlessly. Learn how here.
The Pekingese can be a stubborn and difficult breed to potty train, whether it's indoors or outdoors. Patience is key, as are these tips.
Dogs can catch fleas just about anywhere. Here are some of the most common ways your dog can pick up these pests.
Since cats are mostly kept indoors, it is perplexing to many pet parents on where their cat caught fleas. Learn the ins and outs of how and why your kitty can fall victim to the flea.
The Maltese is a highly energetic and intelligent dog that has an extremely sweet disposition. Learn all about this breed here.
Cats have the ability to live a very long time, as long as pet parents keep them safe and healthy. Learn what can affect your cat's lifespan and what you can do to make the best out of your feline's 9 lives.
Heartworm disease can lead to severe health problems and even death if left untreated. Learn how to prevent and treat the condition here.
Ringworm in dogs and cats is an infection that must be treated to prevent its spread to other animals or contamination of your home. Find out how to treat ringworm in pets.
If you’re a real outdoors person, then you need a dog that loves the great outdoors as much as you do. These breeds were created for a sporty, active life, and may even help you to maintain your active lifestyle.
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