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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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Learn How to Train Your Cat to Stop Scratching Furniture

There’s nothing like a beautiful new furniture set to transform the look and feel of your living room. But for millions of cat owners with pets who scratch, investing in new furnishings can seem off-limits.

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How to Tell if Your Dog Has Worms

As pet owners, we want to do everything we can to protect our furry loved ones. After all, they give us nothing but love and expect very little in return! That’s why the last thing we want is for our sweet furry friends to feel under the weather.

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Things You Should Never Feed Your Pet

Everybody deserves a good treat now and then, and it’s certainly fun to spoil our family pets. After all, they’re always giving us plenty of love and attention without asking for anything in return! We’ve all heard stories about daring dogs that loved salsa and playful puppies that would go to any length to sneak a bite of cheese. But just because your pet wants a bite doesn’t mean it’s what’s best for her.

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Awesome Facts About Curious Cats

For cat lovers, there are almost limitless reasons to love our furry feline friends. They’re soft and cuddly companions who are always there for us when we need them the most. And unlike many other pets, cats are low-maintenance roommates who don’t demand constant attention.

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Help! My Dog Stinks!

When you love your pet, there’s nothing quite like snuggling up with your pup after a tough day. But when your pet has a bad case of doggy B.O., the last place you want him to be is on your furniture.

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Caring for Your Senior Pet

Thanks to the marvels of modern medicine, pets are living longer, healthier lives just like their human families are. And just like people, pets can suffer from aging-related healthcare issues.

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Should I Worry About My Overweight Dog?

The Internet is full of adorable dog memes and loves to sing the praises of all sorts of furry pals from dogs with weird bedhead to delightfully chunky pups. But the unfortunate truth is that just like humans, dogs can be susceptible to weight gain and all of the potential health problems that come along with it.

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Pet Vacation Etiquette Dos and Don'ts

With warmer weather firing up and safer traveling conditions on the horizon, more families are starting to plan ahead for their next vacation or road trip. For some folks, the idea of traveling without everyone in their family—including the furrier family members—is completely unthinkable.

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