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Know the Warning Signs of Heat Stroke in Dogs

For dog parents, summertime means long walks and afternoons at the park. It also means high temperatures, hot sidewalks, and a unique set of safety considerations. When the weather is hot,...

Posted: July 15, 2024

    Is it Safe for Dogs to Eat Cat Food?

    You may consider yourself more of a “cat person” or a “dog person” but it turns out that many of us are both. 17% of American households have both dogs and cats, proving that...

    Posted: June 30, 2024

      Cat Vomiting? When to Worry

      Virtually all cats will throw up at some point in their lives, to the extent that many pet parents become skilled at recognizing the distinctive arched back and pinned ears that immediately precede...

      Posted: June 15, 2024

        Does My Cat Have a UTI?

        If you’ve ever experienced a urinary tract infection (UTI), you’re all too familiar with the discomfort, burning, and urgency they can cause. While UTI-prone humans are usually able to...

        Posted: May 31, 2024

          Why Do Dogs Eat Cat Poop?

          It’s a battle familiar to many people who share their home with both cats and dogs. Despite being generally well-mannered (and certainly well-fed), many dogs can’t resist the urge to...

          Posted: May 15, 2024

            Dog Losing Hair in Patches? Here’s Why

            Finding a bald patch on your canine companion can be alarming, let alone several bald patches. Shedding is a normal part of life with a dog, but sudden, unusual hair loss is not. Patchy hair loss...

            Posted: April 30, 2024

              4 Tips for Reducing Hairballs

              Cat owners know that otherworldly retching sound all too well. Most felines will experience a buildup of fur in their stomachs from time to time, and when it doesn’t pass through their...

              Posted: April 15, 2024

                Why is My Pet So Gassy?

                Gas happens, even to our pets. Dogs break wind an average of 5-20 times per day while cats average 1-2 toots — extremely modest compared to the human average of 12-25 daily incidents...

                Posted: March 31, 2024