Signs that Your Dog Is Happy

Signs that Your Dog Is Happy

Dog owners love their furry friends. It’s also important to pet owners that their pets love them, too. However, since pets can’t speak, how can one tell if his or her dog is truly happy? Below are some simple ways to read a dog’s body language and behavior to gauge their happiness. 1.) Relaxed eyes.
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Mistakes to Avoid When Considering Cat Adoption

Mistakes to Avoid When Considering Cat Adoption

Cats can be cute, soft, warm, and comically puzzling at times. There’s rarely a dull day with a cat in the house. Those qualities make cats popular pets. In fact, according to the 2016 American Pet Products Association, there are an estimated 85.8 million pet cats across the United States. With cat’s being so popular
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Sniffing Out Your Pet’s Allergies

Sniffing Out Your Pet’s Allergies

Allergy sufferers everywhere know how stressful allergies can be to deal with. What people may not know is that animals have their own allergies, too. Just like humans, their immune system sometimes overacts to allergens. However, their bodies respond differently than ours do. It’s important to be able to identify allergy symptoms in your pet
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How to Combat Cat Odors

How to Combat Cat Odors

If it’s one thing that cat owners know, its cat odors. Particularly the smell of cat urine. While it’s not ideal, cats may occasionally spray outside of their litter box. There are a variety of reasons why they would, but today’s focus is on eliminating the odor. Cat urine gets its reputation for its smell
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Dogs and Dairy: Do They Mix?

Dogs and Dairy: Do They Mix?

Dairy, in and of itself, is not toxic for dogs, but it is not an ideal treat. Once dogs reach a certain age, their bodies don’t digest milk well anymore. Lactose intolerance can lead to issues such as gassiness, vomiting, diarrhea, and bellyaches. Each dog will have a differing level of intolerance. There are rare
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