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What’s Inside Your Pet’s Bowl?

BY OIPA (INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR ANIMAL PROTECTION) ON FEBRUARY 11, 2019COMPANION ANIMALS, DIETS, MEDICINE & VETERINARY CARE Most people do not realize that a majority of pet food is composed primarily from food industry waste. Eyes, bones, feathers and birds beaks, blood, intestines, tendons,…
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Can Cats Lose Weight With a Slow Feeder?

   VET AUTHORED VET APPROVED Image via iStock.com/sdominick   By Dr. Sarah Wooten   If I asked you, “What is the most common nutritional disorder seen in domestic cats today?”, what do you think the answer would be? Malnutrition? Taurine…
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Keep dogs safe in cold weather

        By Sara B. Hansen         January 7, 2018 posted by Editor     Many people fail to recognize dog cold weather dangers. The recent cold snap in the U.S. brought disturbing reports of dogs that froze to death when…
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Dog Massage Guide: The Ultimate Way to Help Fido Relax

https://yourdogadvisor.com/         December 1, 2018 by Your Dog Advisor Staff Ah, it’s massage day. There is nothing quite so relaxing as a good massage after a hard workout or even a crazy week at the office. Massage has been used…
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5 Cat Cafés You Must Visit

   VET AUTHORED VET APPROVED   By Kerri Fivecoat-Campbell   Cat cafés have become popular around the world, and many are popping up in the US. Besides just caffeinated beverages, these cafés offer furry felines for you to snuggle and…
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Partnership Makes Domestic Violence Shelters Pet Friendly

Greetings, Lovimypup.com! We hope you will enjoy our latest selection of stories from the ANIMAL PEOPLE FORUM, covering animal protection issues all around the world. BY SHERI MADSEN, REDROVER ON FEBRUARY 12, 2019CAMPAIGNS, COMPANION ANIMALS, CURRENT EVENTS, HUMAN RIGHTS, NORTH AMERICA The bond between pets and their…
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Cat Ear Mites: Causes, Symptoms, and How to Treat Them (2018 Update)

  In a hurry? Here are the best treatment options for cat ear mites: Prescription medication from your vet Zymox Otic Otomite Plus Otiderm Ear Cleanser ProLabs Lotion Ear mites are a common issue in pets, but especially in cats….
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A Second Recall of Dog Foods with Toxic Levels of Vitamin D

By Nancy Kerns We have mentioned recalls for foods that contain potentially dangerous levels of vitamin D a couple of times in the past few months (here and here). Recently, the recall expanded to include a company that one doesn’t ordinarily think of…
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7 Effective Search Tips for Finding Your Lost Cat

Posted By : Clayton G.                       www.pawboost.com/blog/7-effective-search-tips-for-finding-your-lost-cat/ Are you searching for your lost cat and wondering what to do? While you should always take steps to raise local awareness regardless of your lost…
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Is Your Dog Constantly Biting Their Paws? Here’s How You Can Help

   by Dina Fantegrossion December 11, 2018 Licking and biting of the toes and paws is a common behavior among dogs. While some degree of licking is considered normal, dogs with red, swollen paws or chronic saliva staining likely have an…
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How to design and maintain a pet friendly kitchen

This article is contributed by guest writer, @Dakota_Murphey. They say that a home is not complete without a pet. Whether you’re a dog or a cat lover, pets are part of the family and their lifestyle should surely be accommodated in…
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How to Make Sure Your Cat Gets Enough Exercise

By Carmen Angelica credit: © by Martin Deja/Moment/GettyImages You may think that your cat can get away with lying around all day with the occasional batting of a fly, but that’s not the case. Overweight and obese pets have risen in the US,…
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Feline Leukemia: Causes, Treatment, and Prevention Tips

    author Anoop Nain Feline Leukemia is a cause of great worry for cat owners. It is a serious, infectious disease that affects 3% of cats in the U.S. alone every year. Kittens, old and ill cats are especially prone to…
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