Eye Infections in Dogs
Dog Health
Shay Atik

Eye Infections in Dogs

Eye infections in dogs are actually quite common. Here you will find out how to identify and treat your dog’s eye infection effectively.

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Best Toys for Cats
Cat Parents
Misty Weldon

Best Toys for Cats

Cats are typically pretty lazy, and a lot of it is due to boredom. Stamp out boredom with one of these top ten best toys for cats.

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How Do Dogs Communicate with Each Other
Dog Behavior and Training
Shay Atik

How Do Dogs Communicate with Each Other

Your dog is born with the natural ability and instinct to communicate with other dogs in a way that is understood by all breeds. Observing this unique level of communication is captivating and interesting to pet parents who wish to understand their dog’s communication style.

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Signs Your Cat Loves You
Cat Parents
Misty Weldon

15 Signs Your Cat Loves You

Cats can be so finicky, and it is often hard to tell if they actually love you. They have some weird ways to show their affection. Here are 15 signs your cat loves you

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How Do Cats Communicate with Each Other
Cat Behavior
Misty Weldon

How Do Cats Communicate with Each Other

Cats definitely have a way of communicating with each other, just like every other species of animal out there. Cats, however, have a really unique way of doing this. Take a look at how they talk to each other.

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The Best Cheap Dog Food
Dog Food Guides and Reviews
Shay Atik

The Best Cheap Dog Food

A premium dog food can be found for a reasonable price. The thing you should do when looking for the best cheap dog food, is to know what you are paying for.

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Ear Mites in Dogs
Dog Health
Shellie Alyssa

Ear Mites in Dogs

Ear mites in dogs are common and can spread easily from animal to animal. It is important to take preventative measures and keep a good eye on your dog’s ears.

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Train a Cat
Cat Behavior
Misty Weldon

Is it Possible to Train a Cat?

While training a dog is something that is pretty common, training a cat is not heard of as often. Is it even possible to train a cat? Take a look and see.

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Dog Behavior and Training
Shay Atik

How to Soothe an Aggressive Dog

Dealing with an aggressive dog can be quite frustrating. Here are a few things that will help you out when it comes to soothing an aggressive dog.

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Large Dog Breeds
Dog Breeds
Shay Atik

Supersize Them – Large Dog Breeds

Large dog breeds are not for everyone. Their oversized bodies and boundless energy might prove too much for some. But these gentle giants are wonderful for the right owner.

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Tramadol for Dogs
Dog Health
Shellie Alyssa

Tramadol for Dogs

Tramadol for dogs is often recommended by veterinarians as an alternative to non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. Tramadol is often prescribed by veterinarians in tablet form and can be given to your dog on an empty or full stomach.

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The origin of the modern dog
Munchies
Shellie Alyssa

The Origin Of The Modern Dog

The modern dog, also known as the domestic dog, has a mysterious origin. Many scientists believe the modern dogs of today evolved between 9,000 and 32,000 years ago from a group of wolves that came into contact with European hunter-gatherers. Exploring new found evidence and scientific testing will help make the truth come out and determine if the modern dog really came from wolves.

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How Old is a Cat in Human Years
Cat Health
Misty Weldon

How Old is a Cat in Human Years

Most people have heard that dogs age around 7 human years for each dog year, but what is said about cats? Let’s take a look and see how old cats are in human years.

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Movies for Dog Lovers
Dog Parents
Misty Weldon

20 Must See Movies for Dog Lovers

If you love dogs and watching movies, then you have come to the right place. Here you will find a list of the top 20 movies about dogs. Grab some popcorn, curl up on the couch, and have a movie night!

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Tapeworms in Dogs
Dog Health
Shellie Alyssa

Tapeworms in Dogs

Tapeworms in dogs are also known as Dipylidium caninum. They are the most common tapeworms in dogs. They are segmented flat intestinal that live in your dog’s intestinal tract by using their mouthparts to attach to the small intestine.

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Limited Ingredient Dog Food
Dog Food Guides and Reviews
Shay Atik

Limited Ingredient Dog Food

If you have a dog with stomach sensitivities, it may be time to switch them to a limited ingredient dog food. Take a look at our favorite picks, and decide which food is going to be best for your dog’s digestive health.

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Cat-Friendly Dog Breeds
Dog Breeds
Shay Atik

Let There Be Peace: Cat-Friendly Dog Breeds

Do you already have a cat, but still want to bring an adventure-loving, tail-wagging companion home? Then you want to add a dog into your existing family who will play nice with the other animals in your home. Though each dog is obviously unique, here are just a few of the best cat-friendly dog breeds.

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Toxic Plants for Dogs
Dog Health
Shellie Alyssa

Toxic Plants for Dogs

Dogs are curious little rascals that enjoy exploring their world by licking, chewing and eating a variety of items that surround them. If your dog loves to discover new things outdoors and tends to frolic through a variety of plants, there is a chance he may be exposed to toxic plants for dogs.

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