Toxic Foods for Dogs, toxic to dogs

10 Toxic Table Scraps for Dogs and Cats

Many humans treat their pets like family, showering them with love via treats and table scraps. Unfortunately, this can have serious consequences for our pets’ health. Certain foods for humans can be toxic to dogs and cats. Although Fluffy or Spot may seem to enjoy them, table scraps can make…

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Indoor Cat Garden, Mindful Gardening

Build Your Own Indoor Cat Garden

If you’ve ever had a house cat stare longingly out of a window, you’ve probably thought about letting them go outside. The fresh air, sunshine, and foliage would surely be good for them, but logistically, the idea is a nightmare. How do you protect them from loose dogs or parasites,…

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health benefits of being a pet owner, benefits of pet ownership, living with pets

5 Ways Pets Can Improve Your Health

A pet is certainly a great friend. After a difficult day, pet owners quite literally feel the love. In fact, for over 25 years, research has shown that living with pets provides certain health benefits. Pets help lower blood pressure and lessen anxiety. They boost our immunity. They can even…

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feral cats, stray cats, animal shelter

Feral Cats: Taking Over Your Neighborhood?

Feral cats are shunned in many neighborhoods because they have a reputation of damaging properties and causing a lot of noise. Fortunately, there is a humane solution for dealing with these wild felines. Feral cats differ from feline strays and pets. They’re the offspring of lost or abandoned cats and…

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gps collar, pet gps, track your pet

Track Your Pooch or Cat with a GPS Collar

Dog tags are old-school and having a microchip imbedded in your pet is great if a pet goes missing. However, for an even better peace-of-mind, why not try a GPS collar? This holiday season, consider a splurge for your four-legged loved ones. Veterinary News Network reports that one in every…

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pet obesity, overweight pets, reducing the weight of your pet, pet diet

Pet Obesity on the Rise

Overeating is a dangerous problem for people around the world. Unfortunately, our unhealthy habits are starting to affect our furry friends. In America, there are 165 million owned cats and dogs. CNN and the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention state that 55 percent of adult cats and 53 percent of…

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