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Dog Ticks and Fleas Q&A

WebMD veterinary experts answer commonly asked questions about fleas and ticks on your dog. By Sandy Eckstein Although there are more than 2,200 kinds of fleas, it only takes one type to cause a lot of misery for you and your pet….
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What Do Cats Think About Us? You May Be Surprised

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/ Unlike dogs, our feline friends treat us like other cats, author says. By Christine Dell’Amore, National Geographic PUBLISHED JANUARY 28, 2014 Since cats first got their adorable claws into us about 9,500 years ago, humans have had a love affair with felines….
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Why Don’t Cats Come When Called?

http://www.vetstreet.com/ BY DR. SARAH WOOTEN DVM | THU APR 27 09:08:40 EDT 2017   Thinkstock Your cat may hear you call her name, but that doesn’t mean she’s going to get up and walk over to you It is relatively…
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Top 7 Dog Breeds for People Fighting Depression

BY DALE PARTRIDGE As someone who has suffered from depression, I cannot express the value our dog Rollie has brought to my life. The happiness, the companionship, the responsibility, the activity, the touch, and the laughter. While many of us have…
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20 Weird Dog and Cat Behaviors Explained by Science

https://www.livescience.com/       By Laura Geggel and Jeanna Bryner, Live Science | October 21, 2016 10:29am ET Why do cats hate baths? Credit: 135pixels / Shutterstock.com It’s no mystery that most domestic cats dislike being in water, whether for a bath or a…
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9 Ways to Prepare Your Pet for the New Baby

By Everyday Health Guest Contributor Published Jan 4, 2016 By Julio López, DVM, Special to Everyday Health When a new addition to your human family is on the way, things are sure to change with your pets at home. Careful…
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4 Simple Tasks That Could Save You Thousands At The Vet

  by Karen Tietjenon June 19, 2018   Most pets aren’t fans of the vet, and the truth is, we humans don’t love going either. Not only are we anxious to hear that our beloved friends have a clean bill of health,…
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If An Unattended Service Dog Approaches You, This Is What You Must Do

by Amber Kingon June 20, 2018 Most people know by now what to do when they see a service dog–leave it be. Service dogs have important jobs to do, and petting, talking, or otherwise trying to get their attention will distract…
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Allergies in Cats: Symptoms and Triggers

WebMD Veterinary Reference from the ASPCA          When a cat has allergies, her immune system is overly sensitive to certain everyday substances and begins to identify them as dangerous. Even though these substances-or allergens-are usually common in most environments…
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DOG ALLERGY TREATMENT: KEEP YOUR DOG HAPPY AND HEALTHY

        Written by Wyatt Robinson You have probably never considered the possibility that your dog may need allergy treatment. Just like we humans can suffer from allergies that range from mild to severe, so can your furry friend. Dogs…
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Has Your dog been “Diagnosed” with Allergies?

Welcome to the club. According to many recent polls, “dog allergies” is the most frequent ailment diagnosis heard from local veterinarians in our modern times. Yet, why would so many dogs (maybe 1/3 of the population) be prone to allergies…
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5 Things Everyone Should Know About Service Dogs

WELLNESS 06/26/2018 03:26 pm ET                   https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/service-dogs_us_5b324e11e4b0b745f177fb1c By Taylor Pittman Yes, they’re cute. But they also have a job to do. ARIEL WOLF  Jubilee is a German wirehaired pointer trained to help her handler,…
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