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Your Pet’s Pearly Whites: Pet Dental Health Month

Your Pet’s Pearly Whites: Pet Dental Health Month

Many people believe that pets naturally have bad breath. Unfortunately, this is not the case. Odor from your pet's mouth could indicate serious dental damage. The good news is, there are steps you can take to keep Rover's mouth as clean as a (dog) whistle. There is no better time than the beginning of February to update your knowledge on pet dental health: it is Pet Dental Health Month! Preventative Care Just like with your mouth, the first step in maintaining pet dental health is regular preventative cleaning. The best way to do this is to brush your dog or...

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Transitioning Your Cat's Food with Cat Treats

Transitioning Your Cat's Food with Cat Treats

So you're thinking about changing your cat's food. Whether you're doing it for health, you want to change the type of food, or you just want to get your cat onto a rotational diet, convincing your cat to eat something new can be difficult. After all, new is scary! Their instincts tell them that something they don't recognize might make them sick, so they're often skeptical of anything different in their bowl. While there are many ways to help convince your cat to eat something new, an often overlooked technique is using treats. When using this method, you want the...

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Could Your Pets Suffer From SAD?

Could Your Pets Suffer From SAD?

Humans and dogs share similar brain chemistry, according to science. With this being said, one study shows that one in three pet-owners believe their pets suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder: a type of depression that is characterized by multiple symptoms during certain times of year. Because of the shorter days and longer nights, our biological responses begin to change. We use less serotonin and more melatonin. Similarly, cats and dogs can also struggle to retain their usual energy and great attitudes because they, too, have the same kinds of biological makeup as far as hormones and neurotransmitters go. If you notice your pets being...

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Safety Tips to Protect Your Pet This Winter

Safety Tips to Protect Your Pet This Winter

With colder months fast approaching it is a good idea to start thinking about how to prepare to make sure your pets are safe and well taken care off this winter. There are some special precautions to heed during the winter months. These include:   Protect Their Skin. Everyone's skin dries out more in the winter, and animals are no different. To keep your pets skin from drying out: dry them off when they come indoors, give them baths less frequently, and keep them hydrated.   Keep Pets Indoors. Even pets that are mostly outdoors, keep them inside for most...

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Cat Treats - Good Or Bad?

Cat Treats - Good Or Bad?

To treat or not to treat, is the real question for cat owners. Cats are notorious for being picky eaters. What if a treat becomes an addiction? Is there a danger that treats could put your pet off their regular diet? Although cats do quickly become fond of their treats, if their regular dining experience is a quality, delectably tasty pet food, there is nothing risky about indulging your favorite feline with a tasty treat. And there are more reasons to treat your cat than just indulgence. Training: Treats are the perfect method of training a cat. They respond well...

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