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Catnip is actually a valuable herb from the mint family. It can be very beneficial to not just your cats, but dogs and even us humans as well.
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If you've been diagnosed with monkeypox, it's important to be extremely cautious as it may also affect our pets.
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While it was originally believed for many years that cats and dogs could only see in black and white, it’s now quite obvious that they can see much more than that.
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There are numerous myths about cats and dogs. Some of them are true, but others are quite dubious in nature.
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If you’re new to the wonderful world of kittens and cats, you need to understand the importance of the litter box. It’s not that easy. There’s an adjustment phase, where your new kitten or cat has to be familiar with their surroundings and find a safe place to use the litter box.
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Poison prevention is a serious matter, and there are not only many household cleaners that can cause issues, but a variety of foods and plants that can be extremely dangerous.
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If you’ve brought your cat or dog to your Austin vet for a routine checkup, you’ve probably heard about heartworms. These are thin, threadlike parasitic worms that can grow up to a foot long and take refuge in your pet’s lungs, blood vessels and even their heart, hence the name.
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As we all know, and as is written in the contracts with our pets…they simply have to get into everything. Every type of decoration is free game for our little and big guys, so it’s best to exercise some caution when decorating during the holiday season.
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As we all know, and as is written in the contracts with our pets…they simply have to get into everything. Every type of decoration is free game for our little and big guys, so it’s best to exercise some caution when decorating during the holiday season.
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Kidney disease is a term we’d rather not hear regarding our pets. In most cases kidney failure or kidney disease means that your pet’s kidneys are unable to function at one hundred percent, and that there are several issues at stake affecting your cat or dog’s health.
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