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Airplane Tips When Traveling With Pets

So you want to travel with your pet? It’s a little bit traumatic and exciting experience for both of you. You may be wondering why I am saying so. Is it right?Although pets are our part of family, they may never respond friendly during flying. Again, it might be a terrible experience for him to […]

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5 Surprising Effects of Hugging Your Dog

Recently, many dog owners have been hearing that researchers determined that it’s best not to hug a dog. While it’s true that some dogs may not like being hugged, and it’s always important to read your pet’s body language, many dogs love being hugged. And you may get some great – and surprising – benefits […]

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Strange Animals You Can Keep as Pets

It is scary how much our views have changed in regards to pets and what can be classed as one.Go back just 20 years and the idea of owning anything reptilian – snake, lizard, chameleon etc. – gave people pause for thought. However, these days there appears to be a growing trend amongst pet owners, […]

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How Long Does Wet Cat Food Last

Feeding your adorable felines is always one of our most important concerns. And it is not easy since different cats require different types of foods and nutrients. Not to mention, most of the time your cat will not finish its meal with one sitting. Now, if you’re using dried foods, things would be a little […]

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5 Training Tips to Control Negative Behavior in Dogs

Have you ever scolded your furr-end for bad behavior, and found no change in him? Probably, there was a change in behavior but only temporarily. We all know modern training techniques no more favor traditional punishing methods to correct the unwanted behavior. Most of the times, dogs are unable to understand the reason for punishment […]

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8 Surprising Signs Of Anxiety In Dogs

Pacing, destructive behavior, whining/crying are all classic signs that your pup is experiencing anxiety. However, all dogs are different, and while many show at least one of these signs when suffering from anxiety, that’s not always the case. As well, these are more notable and extreme reactions, often your furball will show lessor less obvious […]

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All You Need To Know About Your Diabetic Dog

Diabetes in your dog can be very dangers if no proper measures and conscious efforts are taken against it. In order to take all the necessary measures and efforts, it is important that you know how to test blood sugar in dogs and you have all other essential information that you need to be able […]

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5 Balanced DietRecipes For Labradors

A ‘complete and balanced’ diet is a popular commercial tag for human and dog foods. What do the two words imply? Complete diet ensures the inclusion of all the necessary minerals and nutrients in food, while balanced diet promises to contain all the required nutrients in a required proportion.What if the dogs do not get […]

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Tools to Teach Loose Leash Walking

Dogs love the time of the day when they go out for their daily walk. They become happy and excited because our pooches enjoy exploring the world outside. But as soon as you walk out your otherwise well-behaved dog may begin to whine or lose control because he wants to explore.For dog-parents and pet sitter, […]

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