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Why Does My Cat Meow So Much?

Is there anything more adorable than a cat? From their sweet little whiskers to their perfect, pointy ears, any cat owner will tell you that cats are some of the sweetest creatures on Earth. And just like any other person or creature, every cat has her own unique personality. Some are quiet and reserved, while others can be playful, daring, or even chatty.

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How Much Exercise Does a Dog Need?

We all know that exercise is an important part of good health. But it’s easy to forget that dogs need their exercise, too. Just like humans have to hit the gym if they’re not getting enough exercise through the course of their days, dogs can need a little extra workout time, too.

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How to Keep Outside Cats Warm in Winter

With Halloween just around the corner, winter will be on the way before we know it. Before you start pulling out your holiday decorations, don’t forget to take some time to plan for your pets’ winter safety.

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Best Halloween Costumes for Large Dogs

For those of us who love all things spooky, autumn weather is the best time of year. From foggy mornings to pumpkin-covered porches and eerie Halloween music, fall offers a smorgasbord for the senses. And we’re not the only folks having a great time! Plenty of our canine friends love to get in on the action, too!

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Is There Such Thing as Too Much Catnip?

Is there anything funnier than giving your cat a brand new, catnip-filled treat and then watching her flail and bounce maniacally about the room? About ⅔ of cats can react strongly to catnip and seem to enjoy it the same way humans love a glass of wine or a strong cup of coffee. Although experts are still learning how catnip affects cats on a chemical level, anyone with eyes can see the euphoric effect it has.

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How to Train Your Dog to Wear a Muzzle

One of the most difficult and misunderstood pet care decisions a dog owner can face is whether to use a muzzle for their pet. For those who don’t know much about dog care, muzzles can seem like the canine equivalent of an orange jumpsuit. But sometimes, even the best good boys and girls can need a little help, and that’s when muzzles can be a helpful tool to keep your canine companions and those around them safe.

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Why is My Cat Biting Me?

For cat lovers, there’s nothing quite like cuddling up to your furry feline family. From their sweet little jellybean toes to their soft, velvety ears, cats are as adorable as they are loving, loyal friends. But when your cat has a bad habit of communicating with her teeth, there’s trouble in paradise.

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How Often Should I Walk My Dog

If dogs could tell us all about their favorite things, it’s not hard to imagine what they’d say. Of course, they’d tell us they love a good steak bone every now and then. And then there are the pure pleasures of fresh air through a car window and barking at postal workers.

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How to Create the Best Cat Diet Plan

Monitoring your cat’s weight is one of the most essential elements of proactive pet care. In fact, pet obesity continues to be an overlooked animal issue in the U.S., as 55 percent of cats are considered overweight, with 15 percent of cat owners reported to be unaware of their pet’s obesity.

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Best Dog Park Etiquette

Nothing gives joy to pet owners quite like watching your dog frolic freely amongst a pack of fellow furry friends. Spending a sunny afternoon at the dog park with your little buddy is a great way to get your dog some much needed pet care and exercise, as well as meet some new friends and get some quality playtime in.

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