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7 Things To Help Keep Your Cat Happy

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Based on statistics, approximately 67% of all households in the US kept at least one animal in 2019. Cats are the second popular pet right behind the freshwater fish. It is estimated that almost 95 million pet cats live in the US, and some data show that about 75% of them live indoors only. The fact is that they depend …

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What To Know About Online Vets

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Many are the times you want to ask your vet a question or even get some guidance on managing your pet’s behavior but you don’t have the money and time to visit your vet physically. With the many technological advancements witnessed in the 21stcentury, you can expect things are getting easier for you. Today, you can get advice, referrals and …

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The Top 5 Small Pet Breeds To Choose From

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Service dogs are being used more and more often these days for those with issues with anxiety, PTSD, and other mental conditions. Many people opt for a small dog breed, especially if they’re intent on having their service dogs with them while they’re out and about.  Not all breeds are suitable for this vital task, however, and that means you’ll …

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6 Reasons To Get An Emotional Support Rabbit

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Featured Photo by Gavin Allanwood on Unsplash Dogs, and even cats, are well-known as emotional support animals. But, did you know that another domesticated animal works just as well, and for some people even better? A rabbit, for example, can make a great emotional support animal.  Rabbits are just plain cute. Plus, there are actually a number of reasons to …

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ESAs vs. Ferrets – What To Know

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When one thinks of an emotional support animal, they’re likely to think of a dog or maybe a cat. Not many people would even consider the fact that ferrets could be used as emotional support animals. When you put some thought into it, though, ferrets just seem to lend themselves to being emotional support animals! Their infectious energy has the …

7 Foods you Didn’t Know Could Kill your Dog

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One thing we can all say we have in common is a love for our dog, no matter what the breed. And keeping them safe from harm is one of our main goals. Surprisingly enough, dogs don’t always like the same things we do, especially when it comes to food. Some of the things that you enjoy and snack on …

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Pet Health: Bacterial Infections In Dogs

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Bacteria are single celled organisms with the power to divide and multiply. Each strain of bacteria has different shapes and characteristics which can be used by medical professionals for the purposes of classification. Many forms of bacteria are harmless, and even helpful to an animal’s body, but there are bad strains that cause diseases in both humans and in dogs. …

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Contributor Guidelines Please read the instructions very carefully. How and Where to send article: Email us at support(At)emotionalpetsupport(Dot)com and please put the words “Emotional Pet Contributor Application” in the subject line. The article must be sent as a Google Doc file. Article format (Very Important): Edit and finalize your article on a Word.docx file.For ‘Sharing’ settings, choose ‘anyone with the link can view …

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Crucial Things To Consider When It Comes To Feeding Your Pet

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Loving pet parents are often concerned about whether they’re making the best feeding decisions for their dogs and cats. Although the ideal diet is different for each animal, learning some general information about pet nutrition can help you make healthy choices for your four-legged family member.  However, this is easier said than done. There’s a lot of information out there from …