Feb 27, 2015

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Excessive Barking: Vet Visit, Rip Your Hair Out, Or Train At Home?...

If your dog is barking indoors constantly, it can become very frustrating, very quickly. The good news is that indoor problem barking can be controlled and largely eliminated. Not all barking is bad, so it’s important to recognize this and then stop only the bad barking. It doesn’t necessarily require a trip to the animal hospital to resolve your pet’s excess barking if you can get into your pet’s head regarding his motivation. Desirable Barking Virtually all dogs...

Feb 17, 2015

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Pet Euthanasia: Knowing When It’s Time To Let Go...

If you are a dog or cat owner, there was a day you chose to bring that pet into your life, knowing that someday you would have to say goodbye. You hope that you will have a long life together, but that means you will have a tough end-of-life decision to make. How do you know it is time to say goodbye, and what should you know about the process of euthanasia to help you cope with this...

Feb 5, 2015

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How Well Can Your Cat Breathe?

Cats are good at appearing to be happy and healthy, even when they are experiencing medical problems. So when a veterinary drug manufacturer performed a study with information from more than 264 vet clinics, the researchers found that lab results indicated problems in more than a quarter of the cats checked. When the cat owners took a 48-question survey, even more potential health problems were turned up. Finding health problems early can lead to faster, less invasive and...