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Animals Saving Humans
What to Look For in Dog Food
Kidney Stones in Cats
Growth on Dog's Eyelid
Cat Food for Kidney Disease
How To Keep Cats Away
How to Find a Missing Cat: Top 15 Tips You Ever Need to Know
Warning Signs on a Cat: Sneezing, Watery Eyes and Runny Nose
Ways to Help Your Dog and Landscape Play Nicely Together
Dogs and outdoor spaces go together naturally. But with their penchant for digging holes, carving runway paths worthy of an international airport and eating plants, some dogs can wreak havoc on landscape design. Knowing what some of the most commo...
Questions About Dogs You May Not Want to Ask
Caring for your dog is usually pretty easy. They need food, water, exercise, and affection. Occasionally however, they do something that makes you scratch your head and wonder if they're from another planet. They might even do something so emb...
Tips for your Puppy's First Exam
A puppy's first vet visit is recommended by eight to ten weeks of age. The first vet visit is much like future visits, but there are a few things you should know.
5 Easy Tricks to Teach Your Dog
As a general rule, training sessions should not last more than 10 minutes once or twice a day. It's also very important that you are in a good mood and willing to praise your dog enthusiastically when it performs well. Never get frustrated wit...
How to Tell if Your Dog Is in Labor
After a pregnancy length of about 63 days, your dog will begin to show signs of labor. She will exhibit several precursory signs prior to her actual labor, and then she will likely have a drop in body temperature, followed by physical labor. Labor...
Reasons to Pet a Big Dog
When you are thinking about petting a dog, big dogs can be one of the good choices
Advice for New Puppy Parents
To raise a well-adjusted dog, there are some things you should start doing with your puppy as soon as you bring him home, so that he is well on his way by 16 weeks.
7 Reasons That Cause Your Cat Throwing Up White Foam
Are you feeling worried and even scared because your beloved kitten has just thrown up a bunch of white foam? Is she sick? Is there something else you need to know about her? Is it because she's eating too much of raw food or is feeding on you...
Dog Tail Tucked Shaking
Dogs communicate mostly through body language. The way they feel toward you, toward strangers, and toward other dogs is conveyed through what they do with their bodies. A dog uses his tail to speak to you and tell you how things are with him emoti...
My Dog Keeps Running Away
Do you often find your dog escaping from the yard, charging right out of the main door whenever it gets a chance or it does not return to you as soon as you put him off the leash?This must be extremely annoying, right? As a consolation, you should...
How to Stop a Dog from Humping
Quite like other animals, dogs masturbate as well. Some dogs masturbate by thrusting against other animals or people, while other dogs won't mind masturbating by mounting on objects such as dog beds, wadded-up blankets, and other toys. Sometim...
How to Teach a Dog to Fetch
Dogs love to run and play! The game of fetch is an excellent way for your dog to get in both play and exercise with you. Fetch is a game where you throw something and your dog runs to retrieve the item and bring it back to you. If you were wonderi...