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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.
With today’s seemingly endless selection of everything, even a task like picking out a cat breakaway collar can become a chore. That’s why we put together this list to help you figure out what it is you need.
City pets seem to enjoy being just as much on the move as their pet parents. Raleigh, NC is a great city that has tons of activities to try with your pet.
Cats can get Lyme disease just like dogs can, though it is less common. Find out how to protect your cat.
Cancer is a scary disease that can affect any part of the body. Although cancer is not 100% preventable, there are some steps pet parents can take to try to reduce their cat's risk. Learn what it takes to prevent cat cancer here.
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 your dog or cat suffers from arthritis, you need to make adjustments to maintain their quality of life. Learn how here.
Dog skin diseases can have many causes and since treatment depends on the cause, identifying the issue is important.
Ear mites are a common (and itchy) condition in cats and dogs. They can cause some serious damage if not treated quickly and properly. Learn more about your pet's risk for ear mites.
Hip dysplasia is an abnormality of the hip joints that is common in many breeds of dogs, both large and small. Learn more about this hip problem here.
The number of dogs and cats diagnosed with diabetes goes up each year. Learn more about this disease and how to manage it.
Gastritis is a common cause of vomiting in dogs and cats. Here's what you need to know about this common illness, and what to do.
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