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Why Does My Dog… Panic During Storms?

Whoosh, flash… boom! Do thunderstorms make your dog quiver, cower and hide? Exerts don’t know why some pups are so bothered by storms, while others don’t flinch, but issues with noise tend to occur in canines who have other fear-related problems, such as separation anxiety. This link suggests that there may be a genetic predisposition…

What to Know About Intestinal Parasites in Dogs and Cats

Have you ever wondered why your veterinarian wants to check a sample of your pet’s poop? Well, a big reason is to look for evidence of parasites that could be living in your pet’s intestinal tract. Many intestinal parasites pose risks to your pet’s health and some can also pose a health risk to humans.…

We Asked, You Answered: What Should You Do With Pets During Holiday Travel?

Staying with friends or family over the holidays? Make sure you ask the hosts if you can bring your pet. Don’t assume the answer is yes. For some folks, the holiday season is synonymous with travel. And if you’re a pet owner, holiday travel often involves a bit more planning than packing up some pajamas…

Want Happier, Healthier Cats and Dogs– Use Food Puzzles

The majority of dogs and cats these days are born retired. Forget working to round up sheep or chase mice, our pets live in homes where nothing is expected of them except companionship. It may seem as if our pets have it made, but without something to do pets get bored, lonely, and destructive, and…

Treating Heartworm Disease in Dogs and Cats

Heartworm disease is a serious and potentially fatal condition that damages the heart, lungs, and related blood vessels. Dogs and cats are at risk for becoming infected with heartworms. Heartworm disease in dogs is treatable, but in some cases, treatment can be costly and complicated. There are no approved products for heartworm treatment in cats.…

Tips to Get Your Flabby Feline Moving

Though dogs are generally eager to accompany you on a brisk walk or jog, your cat is likely to be disgusted if you suggest such an activity. Getting cats to engage in aerobic exercise is more than just difficult — it actually goes against their very nature. Wildcats spend very little time in motion. They…

Teach Your Senior Dog to Use a Ramp or Stairs

It’s important to practice obedience work and tricks with senior pets, but it is also essential to train your canine to cope with the aging process. This involves both lifestyle changes and the use of portable stairs and ramps, which help geriatric pets get on and off elevated areas safely and easily. Stairs are useful…

Signs of Common Health Problems in Senior Cats

Cancer Thirty percent of all cats over age 10 will be diagnosed with some form of cancer, according to Dr. Heather Wilson, assistant professor of oncology at the Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. One of the most common types of cancer seen in cats is lymphosarcoma. Take your cat to…

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