Cats and dogs have always been portrayed as mortal enemies, whether it’s in books, cartoons, comic strips or even songs! (Remember Paul McCartney’s Ballroom Dancing?) But contrary to this popular belief, the Journal of Veterinary Behavior actually discusses how these felines and canines actually live harmoniously in many households. Moreover, early age exposure is
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You may be at a crossroad, and wonder if it is worth getting your dog or cat “fixed”. That’s because you don’t know the good things that come from it. Here are some benefits of neutering/spaying your dog, cat or any other companion animal: It reduces the chance of getting a disease. Spaying protects
Well, it’s finally starting to warm up, the flowers are finally starting to bloom, and it’s finally time to step out into that fresh air and feel the sunshine! Full-fledged spring is just around the corner, so here are some fun things to plan on doing with your dog. Go Outside First of all, GET
There is absolutely nothing like getting a new puppy, calling him yours, and taking him home with you! It’s one of the best feelings in the world, and one of the most life-changing. Owning a puppy is so much fun, but it also comes with having much responsibility along with much patience – especially
Valentine’s Day has now passed. People shared poems, chocolates, roses, candies, kisses, and hugs. But what about all of the pets? Maybe some were treated for Valentine’s Day, but for those who weren’t, Love Your Pet Day starts on February 20th, so it’s still not too late! Here are some ways to show your pet
Many folks think that cats are very easy to take care of (cats everywhere would disagree!). It is known that cats don’t require as much attention as a dog needs, but that doesn’t mean that cats don’t need any attention at all, or that there aren’t things you should look out for in terms of