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Wild Child? How Do I Keep My Energetic Kitten From Hurting Herself?

Q: My new kitten is a wild child, constantly racing all over, jumping up and down on everything. I’m worried she will hurt herself. How can I help her explore safely? A: From houseplants to electrical cords to barely accessible crawl spaces, if there’s a hazard in your home, your kitten will find it. Be…

Tips to Create a Safe Home for Your Rambunctious Puppy

You’ve puppy-proofed your home by covering electrical cords, putting away items your pup could swallow and removing toxic plants from the yard. You’re set for safe puppyhood, right? Not so fast! Your puppy may be at risk in other ways, including sliding on slick floors, running into walls, falling down stairs and jumping off furniture.…

Make Sure You Puppy-Proof Your Home

  There’s nothing like a puppy to make your household complete. But a puppy can wreak havoc on household furniture, carpeting, children’s toys and anything else that appeals to his curiosity and his itching gums. While it’s important to protect your home from your puppy, it is more important to protect your puppy from common…

Passenger Pets 101: Why You Should Be Using Pet Safety Restraints

You take your pets places, right? In fact, if you live anywhere but the deepest inner city (or somewhere with really progressive public transportation), your pets probably ride in a vehicle from time to time. After all, they’re your family. Why wouldn’t you go places with them? So it stands to reason you’d take the…

Is Medical Marijuana Safe for Pets? A Case for More Study

  Now that marijuana is becoming legal to buy for humans in a growing number of states, many are trying it on animals. But should you be administering it to your pet? Should your veterinarian? Unanswered Questions Because of the higher toxicity of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) in dogs compared to humans, many cannabis products sold for…

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