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"Say cheese!" Spotting a lump in your dog's mouth certainly raises concern. This article discusses common tumors in dogs.
Cats, just like their pet parents, can be susceptible to colds caused by both viruses and bacteria.
Adding a new pet to your family can be an exciting time! To ensure a smooth transition for your new pet into your home, the following are some Do’s and Don’ts to consider.
Your older pet's reduced mobility, difficulty with stairs, and lagging on walks could be signs of osteoarthritis.
Pinworms have been a common concern among parents of school-aged children for years. Accidental ingestion or inhalation of the eggs is how people become infected.
We have training techniques to help you with “happy” hellos. It is all about managing the behaviour by having a solid base in obedience.
Inappropriate urination is the most common and least acceptable behavioural problem seen in cats. There are a variety of reasons that a cat may stop using its litter boxes.
With so many different options available, choosing a pet food can be confusing and overwhelming. Below are explanations for some common myths about pet foods.
Considering natural treats for dogs and cats? Bananas, oranges, and mangoes are safe, but some fruits and veggies can be harmful and should be avoided.
Skunks use anal glands to produce a foul-smelling spray, made of sulphuric thiols, for defense. Their spray can deter even large predators like bears.
A newborn baby dramatically alters both your & your pet's lives. Thankfully, the 9-month preparation allows for adjustment, as pets, like humans, respond uniquely to change.
Treats should only make up 10% of your pets daily calorie intake. Looking at the list below, you can see how easy it is to overfeed because those sad eyes need to have treats!
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