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Tips for grooming and hygiene of your new puppy

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No matter the breed or how long your puppy’s coat is, grooming is a very important task. Caring for nails and fur, and making sure they have good hygiene is key to their overall health and well-being. How to bathe a puppy The frequency of the baths will vary according to the texture of the coat. Very short hair should …

Is THC is Bad for Dogs?

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THC works the same way in dogs as it does in human beings—it gets them high. While people deliberately consume compounds that rich in THC to enjoy themselves, dogs may or may not find humor in the ‘high.’ Even though THC-rich cannabis has medicinal values and you might think that giving the same to your furry friend is a good …

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Everything You Need to Know About Pet Allergies and How to Control Them

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Featured Photo by Juno Jo on Unsplash If you often get a stuffy nose or itchy eyes when you’re around cats or dogs, there’s a big chance that you have a pet allergy. About 3 in 10 people in the US suffer from pet allergies, particularly to cats and dogs, according to theAsthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA). Cat allergies …

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All About Fleas On Dogs

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Featured Image Source: petcentral.chewy Only a pet parent knows the pain of seeing their sweetheart catching fleas. These insidious parasites not only suck the blood off the skin of your four-legged ball of fur but also spread in your home, eventually affecting both you and your pooch.  Did you know? According to their size, fleas can jump farther as compared …

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Can Cats Eat Dog Food?

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One of the joys that a pet keeper would love is to minimize the costs of keeping them. The best way to keep these costs down, especially foods are by sharing them. A perfect example is when a dog can eat cat food and vice versa. However, limitations are bound to happen when it comes to cross-feeding. Many questions are …

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All About Separation Anxiety In Dogs

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Image Source: cbc Dogs are friendly and the most faithful human companion for many years now. They own a significant and irreplaceable place in the heart of their human friends. Well, whose soul will not feel gratified to see that wagging tail of a happy dog excited to greet you at the end of a rough day? Right?  Yes!! A …

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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 …

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Why and How You Should Bathe Your Dog at Home

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Having a dog might be fun, but it’s also a big responsibility. If you want to take care of your pet the right way, you have to feed them, walk them, brush them, and bathe them. Dogs are pretty relaxed and love most of these activities, which makes taking care of them much easier. Still, one of the biggest enemies …

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Pet Health: Ear Mites In Dogs

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Ear mites, the most common being otodectes cynotis mites, are parasites which infect a dogs ear. This different from fleas which are usually found anywhere in the bodies of animals. The ear mites live and feed off of the oils and waxes in the dog’s ear canal. Typically, cases of ear mite infections are mild, but dogs with a hypersensitivity to …