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Decoding Pet Food Nutrition Labels

https://smile.amazon.com/ref=nav_logo                                            Ingredients, analyses and guidelines: What does it all mean? Get answers to common questions about pet food nutrition…
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How to Read Cat Food Labels

There’s a lot of information on the label of your cat’s food. The trick is knowing what’s important for your cat’s health and what’s just advertising.The most important thing on the label is the nutrition claim. It should say that…
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Now you’ll have to fight for the remote with your spouse *and* your dog.

Via reader Carol Thompson   Welcome to Cool Dog Science. We’re digging up our favorite funky dog facts and fascinating pup studies, marking them with our signature weirdness, and dropping them at your doorstep. This week’s topic: Do dogs watch…
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Cute Dog Tricks to Teach Your Dog!

https://trudog.com/ So you’ve gotten the easier types of training out of the way. Your fur baby is a master at sitting, staying, and shaking paws. You and your pup are on the same page, but now you want to impress…
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5 Ways to Help Your Pet Have Fun in the Sun Instead of Grazing on Grass

Posted on: June 29, 2015   Summer with pets is the best. No one else is as good at reminding us to get outside and smell the flowers. But sometimes cats’ and dogs’ love of nature can lead to funny…
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What Causes a Pet to Become Overly Affectionate?

by Dr. Wailani Sung   Cuddling and petting our pets can be soothing and stress reducing for many people. It is a great way to strengthen the human animal bond. It is normal for social animals to exhibit behaviors that…
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How does the body language of my dog convey his mood?

  Posted on: September 09, 2013 BODY LANGUAGE AND MOOD It’s easy to interpret a dog’s behavior the same way you might interpret a friend’s. But it’s important to remember that dogs and humans aren’t the same, and it’s worth getting…
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Petcam Monitors Can Save Your Pet’s Life By Everyday Health Guest Experts Published Jul 20, 2015

Posted in: Pet Health By Julio López, DVM, Special to Everyday Health Technology is changing the ways we interact with our pets, and how we monitor them when we are away. Everything from remote-activated laser pointers, to petcams (cameras to…
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How to Read Cat Food Labels

  There’s a lot of information on the label of your cat’s food. The trick is knowing what’s important for your cat’s health and what’s just advertising.The most important thing on the label is the nutrition claim. It should say…
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Now you’ll have to fight for the remote with your spouse *and* your dog.

Via reader Carol Thompson   Welcome to Cool Dog Science. We’re digging up our favorite funky dog facts and fascinating pup studies, marking them with our signature weirdness, and dropping them at your doorstep. This week’s topic: Do dogs watch…
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5 Dog Health Conditions That Require Lifelong Treatment

Wouldn’t life be grand if every medical problem we had was solved in a single visit to the doctor? Sadly that isn’t the case, neither in pets nor in people. While some medical conditions resolve and never come back, pets…
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How Scent Can Calm Your Anxious Kitty

We humans love aromatherapy. Even if you’re not the type to buy scented candles or burn incense, we’re all susceptible to the awesome power of smell. Think about the feeling you get when you encounter a familiar smell – like…
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PERIODONTAL DISEASE

  Periodontal Disease Periodontal disease is the most common clinical condition occurring in adult dogs and cats, and is entirely preventable.  By three years of age, most dogs and cats have some evidence of periodontal disease. Unfortunately, other than bad…
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