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New Kitten Tips

Posted on 12-19-2017

Kittens are adorable, playful little creatures. But they also require care and love when they are still young. If you have just adopted a kitten that is only a few months old, here are a few of th...

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What to Do If Your Cat and Puppy Don't Get Along

Posted on 12-19-2017

If you love animals, you may bring home a new pet. Introducing this new pet to your existing pets can be challenging. If you have brought home a new puppy and your cat does not get along with the ...

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How to Get Your Dog Not to Pull on a Leash

Posted on 12-19-2017

Walking on a leash is one of the most unnatural things that a dog can do. Unlike other behaviors like 'sit' or 'down', where the dog only has to figure out that you are associating...

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Why Do Dogs Lift One Paw?

Posted on 10-26-2017

Learning to interpret canine body language can help you communicate more effectively with your pet and can help you provide for his or her needs. Dogs will often lift one of their front paws in a ...

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Why Is My Dog Growling So Much?

Posted on 10-24-2017

Dogs communicate with their owners and other animals in a variety of ways, and it’s often challenging to learn how to interpret these unique communications. Here are a few ways dogs use grow...

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