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If you’re just starting out with your very first kitten, or a cat, you should take notice of certain feline behaviors, which can lead to unscripted naughtiness and, in some cases, destruction of property.
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The majority of diseases that affect our pets are usually species-specific, meaning that they don't spread from one to the other. However, there are a few that can be shared between cats and dogs, and if not properly treated, can cause problems down the road.
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Cancer has become increasingly common in cats and dogs over the years. While there are several different types of this horrible disease that can affect our pets, some are more treatable than others.
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If you have a cat or dog, you’ve more than likely heard that it’s important to always have fresh water nearby. There’s a reason for that, as water is one crucial element, probably the most crucial, that all pets, and even us humans, need in order to survive.
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Our pets can’t really tell us what’s wrong and they sometimes hide their pain, but, noticeable things such as cuts and wounds should require immediate attention.
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Our pets can't handle the heat like us humans, and your cats and dogs are more likely to overheat if you don’t take precautions to keep them cool, when it’s brutally hot outside
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Even if you’re a first time pet owner, you want to make sure that your cat or dog is getting the proper nutrition that they need.
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Having a pet can provide kids with the ability to understand responsibility, respect, patience, and most importantly, compassion for animals.
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So, what are the actual warning signs if your pet isn’t feeling well? What are the red flags to signal that they’re ill? Here are a few symptoms of illnesses that could cause major problems down the road.
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If you have a cat or dog, it's likely that at one point or another, you’ve had to deal with fleas or ticks (or both). These nasty little creatures are not only drawn to our pets, they’re also drawn to us humans as well.
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