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Cats are very clean creatures, which is great. However, their almost obsessive cleaning of their coats does yield one yucky side effect: hairballs. To learn about what causes hairballs, look no further.
Just like for us, the proper fuel makes our pets feel better all over. Here are some recipe ideas for dog treats to help with everything from tummy upsets to celebrating your dog's special birthday.
Boston Terriers are outgoing dogs, known for their sunny, cheerful dispositions. They are generally well-behaved, lively, alert, and curious. Learn more about this companion here.
As senior dogs gets older, they can develop serious joint problems. These issues can be avoided through regular exercise. Learn a few ways you can incorporate exercise in your dog's daily routine.
Not all cats are experts at grooming themselves, and some long-haired breeds may need help keeping all that fur looking nice. Here are some useful cat hair cuts that will have your kitty mat-free in no time.
A look at the oldest dogs ever on record, this article will show you that with proper care and a healthy diet, your dog could stay with you for much longer than you think. Check out these record-holding dogs' stories here.
As your dog ages, they will become susceptible to more health conditions than when they were young vibrant pups. Spondylosis is a spinal condition mostly seen in senior dogs and if not treated properly can cause your dog great discomfort.
Fleas are tiny little pests that can invade your cat without you even knowing it. And sometimes fighting fleas can seem like a losing battle. Learn how to win the war with fleas here.
Hot spots are one of the most painful skin infections out there. Learn the symptoms to help keep your pet happy and comfortable.
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 of ear mites here.
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