Should Your Cat Eat An All-Meat Diet?

Posted on: 20 May 2015

It's become quite common for people to think about what's in their food as of late. Subjects like genetically modified ingredients and pesticides have people concerned about how the food they're eating might affect their bodies. It's only natural for health-conscious folks to then wonder about what they're feeding their pets. If you're wondering if a "natural" all-meat diet is better for your cat than kibble and wet food, this guide can help.
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Did Your Dog Run Away And End Up In A Shelter? Grooming Will Take Care Of The Tangled Mess

Posted on: 15 May 2015

If your dog ran away and you just found it at the local animal shelter, you're going to want to give it a good grooming. Running away can leave your dog with matted hair and foul odors. Life on the run might also leave it with a new infestation of fleas. Here are a few ways to get your dog smelling fresh and looking clean again. Repair Matted Hair Matted hair can be uncomfortable, especially if the mats are causing the fur to pull away from the skin.
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What to Expect after Getting Your Dog Spayed

Posted on: 14 May 2015

If you are considering getting a female puppy, it is highly recommended that you have her spayed. Spaying is a surgical process of removing a dog's uterus and ovaries. There are a number of benefits associated with spaying a dog, including eliminating the chance of unplanned pregnancies and messy heat cycles, while also reducing the risk of canine diseases of the reproductive organs. After you get your dog spayed, you can expect the following:
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How To Get Your Pet Interested In Eating Again

Posted on: 27 April 2015

If your pet seems to be tired of the kind of food they are eating, you may want to try mixing different pet foods. You can also try adding moisture to your pet's food. Mixing different pet foods and adding moisture will introduce variety into your pet's diet and is likely to get them interested in eating again. Mix Different Dry Pet Foods Try putting foods that are of different shapes and textures together to entice your pet into start eating again.
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