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Keep Your Cat’s Brain Healthy

Posted by Guest Author on April 3rd, 2018



As your cat ages, changes are occurring in their brain. Ultimately, these changes may lead to anxiety, reduced coping ability, confusion, altered sleep patterns and eating habits, house soiling, and altered social interactions with family members and other pets. Some cat owners think that these behaviors are normal in an older cat, but they aren’t normal and you may be able to reduce the chances they will occur.
 
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How Shelters Prepare Your Cat for Adoption

Posted by Guest Author on March 2nd, 2018

By Dr. Dan Carey, Bayer Veterinarian
Lights, camera … adoption! There’s nothing like changing a life, unless it’s saving a life. The photos are taken, social updates are posted and you’re finally on your way home.

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How Shelters Prepare Your Dog for Adoption

Posted by Guest Author on February 23rd, 2018

By Dr. Dan Carey, Bayer Veterinarian
When you adopt a dog, one moment changes everything: That moment when your new friend goes from lost to found. And while you are searching for him and he is waiting for you, your shelter is taking great care to make sure your new pet is as healthy and ready as possible for this new beginning.

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Learn to Speak Dog

Posted by Dana on February 23rd, 2018

Given that a well-trained dog can learn to differentiate between, and respond appropriately to, hundreds of commands from her human family, it is only right that we should make an effort to understand what our canine companions are trying to say to us. We all know that a growl is a warning, and a yelp is a sound of distress, but there are so many verbal signals in between those two sounds, and they all communicate different messages. There are also many nonverbal signals our pups give us before they make a peep. Below are a few of the most common bark signals and some body language cues, to help you to understand what your dog is trying to say.
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The Best Valentine’s Date Is Your Pet

Posted by Frances Vega on February 13th, 2018
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We all know that February is the month of love. Valentine’s Day is pretty unavoidable, by January 2 we are already seeing red and pink hearts splattered around all over our favorite stores. Rom-coms suddenly start to pop up in our Netflix recommendations and flowers are inexplicably 200 percent more expensive than they were a month ago.

Some of us relish in this holiday and love having an extra reason to dote on your significant other, but what if you don’t have a significant other or would rather just not spend weeks stressing over the right way to do Valentine’s Day? A few years ago we invented Galentine’s Day as a way to celebrate with you girlfriends when you are partnerless, but how about Pawlentine’s Day?
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A World Without Dogs

Posted by Frances Vega on November 27th, 2017

A world without dogs
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