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Dog Bathing

April 22, 2009

Dogs love to explore, but sometimes their curiosity takes them to some pretty smelly places. Watch our step-by-step guide on & Read more �

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Dog Toothbrushing

April 22, 2009

See how often you should brush your dog's teeth, brushing techniques and what types of tooth paste and brushes to & Read more �

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Dog Coat Brushing

April 22, 2009

From shaggy to short hair, regular brushing helps coats stay healthy and prevents matting. Learn how often you should brush, & Read more �

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Dog Stain & Odor

April 22, 2009

Whether it’s the occasional accident or a habit of soiling a certain area of your home, proper cleaning afterwards can & Read more �

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See Stain, Clean Stain

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Cats have a keen sense of smell. Consequently, when urinating in a spot other than their litter box, cats will often go back to the same spot because the ammonia scent acts as an attractant. Unfortunately, repeated visits to a spot in the house can get stinky. The goal is not only to clean the area, but neutralize the odor & Read more �

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How to Relieve Your Cat's Stress

Some of the most common causes of cat stress are: changes in the immediate environment, introduction of a new pet into the family, sudden loud noises, unfamiliar smells or the absence of certain family members.

Some signs of stress include: hiding, unusual fearfulness or aggression, excessive vocalizing, urine marking, changes in eating habits or eliminating outside the litter box.

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Routine Vaccinations for Your Cat

Cats of all ages need routine vaccinations to help them stay healthy. Your cat's vaccination schedule will vary based on her age, overall health, state regulations, vaccination type, and risk of exposure.

In general, kittens usually need several sets of vaccination boosters to provide them with as much protection as possible. Adult cats that are properly vaccinated should receive yearly boosters & Read more �

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Is Your Cat Eating Weird Things? It Could Be Pica

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Pica is a term used to describe the consumption of non-food items. In cats, it is a rare but potentially serious compulsive condition that can have detrimental effects on a cat’s health. Common targets of cat consumption include wool, fabric, plastic, tinsel, string, phone or electrical cords, although any inedible object can be a likely target. A cat with a & Read more �

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