Tips About Dog Walking

Tips About Dog Walking

One of the most pleasurable sides to owning a dog is when you get to take it for a walk. It is a wonderful experience to walk them in the fresh air and know that your dog is enjoying being outdoors as much as…

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Anxiety in Pets: How to Calm a Stressed Dog

Anxiety in Pets: How to Calm a Stressed Dog

Pets don’t always show obvious signs of distress, and they definitely cannot tell you why they feel stressed. Nevertheless, just like humans, dogs can suffer from anxiety and fear. Signs of stress include excessively salivating, scratching the door, and consistent whining.…

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Is Kitten Food Necessary? Tips for What, When and How Much to Feed Your Kitten

Is Kitten Food Necessary? Tips for What, When and How Much to …

Congratulations, you’ve just brought your new kitten home! Is there anything more exciting? Kittens are the most adorable little livewires, and you’re certainly going to have your hands full! Although owning a new kitten isn’t quite on the scale of beginning life with a newborn baby, it can…

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4 Tested Odour Free ideas to keep everybody happy at home when living with pets

4 Tested Odour Free ideas to keep everybody happy at home when living …

We all love pets. Especially kids, who also learn plenty of values when they share their childhood and their home with their furry best friends.  I remember mine. I was happily surrounded by cats and dogs. They taught me compassion,…

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A Dog Owner’s Guide To Dealing With Canine Digestive Issues Naturally

A Dog Owner’s Guide To Dealing With Canine Digestive Issues Naturally

Whether you are a seasoned pet parent or have just brought your first dog home, you need to go the extra mile with the animal’s care. Still, you cannot guarantee good health for them at all times. Canine digestive issues…

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Caring for a Senior Dog – Tips and Advice Meant to Make the Dog Comfortable and Happy

Caring for a Senior Dog – Tips and Advice Meant to Make the …

Did you know that, depending on the size of your dog, by the time they hit six years old, they could already be considered a senior dog? That’s right – large and giant breeds are considered seniors by the age of 6-7 years old, medium…

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