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Finding the Right Cat for You and Your Family

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Image Source Becoming a pet owner is one of the most interesting experiences you can have in your home. For instance, getting a cat means more than having a pet with which the members of your household can play around with. In many ways, a cat is actually another family member — with its own needs, desires, and daily routines. …

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COVID-19 & Pet Health

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Our precious pets are certainly feeling the effects of COVID-19. We share some top tips to keep your feline friends and canine companions safe and well during this uneasy time. From dogs who are simply refusing to walk, to felines wondering why their pet parents are home so often, companion animals across the globe are feeling the pinch of this …

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5 Of The Best Tips To Choose A Vet

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Image Credit: Unsplash Whether your pet is of the furry, feathery, or scaly kind, it’s crucial you have a good veterinarian on standby. Veterinarian care is essential in your pet’s life. Just like us, pets can become sick or injured and need medical attention. A high-quality vet can treat our pets and provide them with all the care they need to …

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Why does your cat lick you?

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The tongue of cats is special. They use it for a lot of things. Unlike humans, it is not just a sensory organ to them. Due to its rough surface, it is an extremely good grooming tool. But it is also great for grabbing a variety of foods.  But what about when they lick us? The most logical answer is …

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How to Keep Your Cat Safe from Coyotes

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Coyotes are prevalent throughout the US, not just in the southwest. Their diet consists of smaller animals: rabbits, rodents, and even cats. In fact, house cats are much more vulnerable to coyote attacks if they are allowed outside. House cats are less aggressive than feral cats, so they may not put up a fight. If you live in an area where …

Starting a Pet Grooming Service

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Featured Image If you want to combine your passion for animals with a service that your community will benefit from, starting a pet grooming service might just be the right entrepreneurial venture for you. A pet grooming service, whether at a physical or mobile location, can allow you to work with animals every day while sustaining yourself financially.  Sounds like …

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Precautions on Coronavirus and Household Pets

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Featured Image As we know that smart brains are working on how we can stop or take necessary precautions against CoronaVirus. Everyday new information reveals this pandemic to make us aware of how we can fight against this deadly virus. This does not mean to threaten you but help you with the updated information that will be useful for you, …

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5 Simple Ways You Can Improve Your Pet’s Life

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Featured Image As a pet owner, you are likely always searching for ways to make your pet’s life better. Your pet brings so much joy to your life, and you want to see him or her as happy as possible. While every pet is different and there is no perfect formula for making every pet thrive, there are some simple …

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5 Things Every First Time Pet Owner Should Do

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Are you considering welcoming a pet into your family? There are a lot of things you should do first to make sure it’s the best experience for everyone, especially your pet. Keep reading for five things to do before you bring your new pet home. 1.) Be Financially Prepared Having a pet means more than just a buddy to snuggle …

How to Train Your Cat – A Complete Guide For 2020

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Training your cat requires effort and patience to become a good pet to your house. It is stressful when your cat does not obey your commands and does not do as you tell him to do. To make your cat become a good pet, there are definite ways on how to train your cat.  If you have recently bought a cat …