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10 Cat Breeds Who Like to Play With Dogs

  We’ve all heard the saying, “They fight like cats and dogs,” but the truth is that cats and dogs are not mortal enemies. Often, cats and dogs get along just like any other members of a family. Sometimes they fuss, sometimes they fight, but many times, you’ll find them collaborating to steal food, grooming…

6 Signs Your Cat Owns You

  Are you a cat owner? Are you sure about that? Who caters to her resident feline’s every need? Who dotes upon her demanding little dictator? Who can be put in her place with just one look of disdain from the kitty in the corner? If any of the following scenarios sound familiar, the “owner”…

5 Surprising Cat Facts

  My love of knowledge has been a guide in my life and has taken me far from the Idaho dairy farm on which I grew up. It’s one of the reasons why travel has always been so important to me — I’ve been to more than 80 countries, and my wife and I have…

5 Secrets of Supremely Happy Indoor Cats

    You don’t have to open the door to the great outdoors to give your cat a more interesting life. In fact, by just looking at your home from a pet’s point of view and adding a few environmental enrichments, your cat can be both safe and happy indoors. Here are five easy ways…

5 Reasons Cats Are Given Up for Adoption — and How to Avoid These Problems

  My career as a veterinarian — and really, my entire life — has been all about celebrating what I call “The Bond,” that amazing connection we have with our pets. But even as I’ve made a life’s work out of The Bond, I am keenly aware that it sometimes breaks, landing pets in shelters…

Why Does My Dog… Walk in a Circle Before Lying Down?

Many dogs will circle around a spot before they settle down to rest. While no one can be certain of the exact reason why canines do this, the ritual is likely a residual habit from the days when wolflike dogs lived out in the wild, says veterinary behaviorist Dr. Karen Sueda, DVM, of the VCA…

Why Does My Dog… Scoot His Butt Along the Floor?

To us, it’s gross and obnoxious, but your dog thinks it’s necessary. Here’s the deal: Dogs scoot their rear ends along the floor because either a) their butts itch or b) something else is going on back there. Yes, it’s unseemly — some might even think it’s funny — but the way a dog figures…

Why Does My Dog… Pee When Someone Is at the Door?

  Like Pavlov’s dogs, who salivated at the sound of a bell, some canines turn into a quivering fountain of pee when they hear the doorbell. Shoes covered with piddle may not be the welcome your guests are expecting, but there are a few steps you can take to eliminate the behavior. Most dogs pee…

Why Does My Dog… Kick Grass After Pooping?

  Is your yard a hole-filled mess because your dog does the poopy dance every time she goes? This may be annoying to those of us who cherish the sight of a well-tended lawn, but it’s a normal behavior. In the wild, canines such as wolves, dingoes and foxes may kick the ground after elimination…

Why Does My Dog… Always Lick Me?

It’s not much of a conundrum, really. The bottom line is that most of the time, dogs will lick their people as a sign of affection. “You are the sun and the moon,” their silky tongue would have you know. “And guess what? You taste good, too!” But much as barking can be, licking is…

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