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Archive for April 2014

Fat Cats


Over half of all cats are clinically obese. The Association for Pet Obesity prevention (APOP) claims that most of the time, it is the pet owners who are to blame, as they generally do not realize when their pets are overweight. Any feline more than 20% above their usual body weight is considered obese. When…

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Dog Breed Should Match Exercise


No one type of activity is suitable or enjoyable for every dog. What works for one, may not work for another. Although it might seem helpful to push an animal out of his comfort zone in an attempt to have them gain strength or added flexibility, it is usually better to allow their bodies to…

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Hunter the Hero


We have all seen dogs play the hero in movies, but it happened in real life recently in Michigan. Just two weeks after being adopted from the Michigan Humane Society, Hunter proved he really is ‘man’s best friend.’ Around midnight, the puppy woke his parents, Jill and Tim McLarty, in a panic. Initially, they thought…

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DOGA = Dog + Yoga. It does sound a bit over the top, but participants cannot stop raving about DOGA, the practice of yoga with a pet dog. Not only is it a wonderful bonding experience, but it also has health benefits for the dog and owner. Owners find sharing the same uninterrupted energy with…

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Pet First Aid


If your pet sustains an injury, it is best to see a veterinarian right away. Do not attempt to self-diagnose with Internet searches etc., and do not give them any medicine that has not been prescribed by a veterinarian. With that in mind, it is important to know some basic first aid techniques that may…

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