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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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We all love animals, and there’s no doubt that having a cat or dog…or both…can greatly improve the quality of our lives. Aside from having a companion, pets can also be beneficial to our health and well being.
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Moving comes with a million stresses, but for most people, it's not something we can avoid. Besides your own stresses, your pet will likely experience stress in being transplanted to a new home. Here are some tips to help them adapt in a more relaxed manner.
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For dog lovers everywhere, Responsible Dog Ownership Month is an annual celebration of man’s best friend, and also a friendly reminder to give our dogs a little extra tender loving care.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has greatly affected our lives, with stay at home requirements, wearing masks, and social distancing. With this drastic change in our daily routines, more veterinarians are seeing an increase of visits regarding behavior in cats and dogs.
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Austin Dog Owners, Please Be Aware: The harmful cyanobacteria (or blue-green algae) is back in local Austin waters.
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As a pet owner, you likely take every precaution to keep your cat or dog safe at home. Yet despite a pet owner's best efforts, your pet can still escape.
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