Is Your Pet in Pain?

Is Your Pet in Pain?

Cats and dogs are extremely skilled at hiding signs when they are in pain. This can lead to suffering for weeks, months, or sometimes even years without complaint. To help pet owners identify pain in their furry companions, the International Veterinary Academy of Pain...

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Our Favorite Apps for Pet Owners

Our Favorite Apps for Pet Owners

Where would we be without technology? Our phones have become an indispensable part of our lives and for a good reason! There are so many ways they help make our lives easier through apps. Here are our favorite apps for pet owners. For training  P5 Dog Training — This...

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Decreasing Your Pet’s Stress and Anxiety Starts at Home

Decreasing Your Pet’s Stress and Anxiety Starts at Home

You heave a sigh of relief as soon as you cross your home's threshold. Your pet likely feels the same way, as those four walls create a protective, peaceful sanctuary from the terrors of the outside world. If your four-legged friend is reduced to a quivering pile of...

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How to Safely Feed Your Pet During Your Barbecue

How to Safely Feed Your Pet During Your Barbecue

Are you firing up the grill? Despite the puppy-dog eyes your canine friend is giving you as they wait for a morsel of meat to drop to the ground, there are some potentially hazardous treats for your pet. Try these safe alternatives to typical barbecue goodies: Fresh...

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What to Do if Your Pets Gets a Bee Sting

What to Do if Your Pets Gets a Bee Sting

Sometimes, our pets can be too curious for their own good. A foray in the yard or at the park can result in getting a painful sting from a bee, hornet, or wasp. If this happens, here's what you need to know.  If your pet has been stung in the mouth or throat, been...

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What is Squamous Cell Carcinoma?

What is Squamous Cell Carcinoma?

Squamous cell carcinoma is a common cancer of the skin and mouth. For light-colored and white cats, they're at an increased risk of developing it. Read on to learn more. What are squamous cell carcinoma signs in cats? Squamous cell carcinomas initially appear as small...

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What to Expect After Bringing Home a New Shelter Pet

What to Expect After Bringing Home a New Shelter Pet

Are you thinking of expanding your furry family? Adopting a shelter or rescue pet is exciting, but it also requires planning and effort to ensure a smooth transition. This is especially true for pets who may have gone from home to home before finding their forever...

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