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Secrets to raising healthy kittens

Secrets to raising healthy kittens

Raising kittens is never an easy task, especially when it is your first time. It is important to note that the manner in which you raise a kitten or any pet can greatly influence their health statistics in the future.  As a pet parent, there are several tips that you need to consider when it... Read more »

A dog looking tired possibly due to diabetics

How to tell if your pet has diabetics

Diabetics is one of the common health issues concerning almost all the pets ranging from cats to horses. Diabetics in pets can be hard to diagnose and mostly go unnoticed. As a pet parent, it is essential for you to be aware of the symptoms of diabetics. Read on to learn more about diagnosing diabetics... Read more »

Brachycephalic dog & air travel FAQ part 2

Brachycephalic dog & air travel FAQ part 2

In 2010, the US Department of transportation, after some detailed research released a statistics that pointed that brachycephalic or short-nosed dogs; bulldogs, pugs, boxers and Boston Terriers are more vulnerable to respiratory issues and even death during flights when compared to their counterparts. The statistics lead to different airlines banning or refusing to fly short-nosed... Read more »

Dog Stomach Gurgling: Reasons and Precautions

Dog stomach gurgle is a common issue. A simple stomach upset can trigger stomach gurgling in dogs. However, on some occasions these rumblings can indicate other underlying serious health issues. As a dog parent, it is imperative for you to be knowledgeable about the potential health-related concerns that could trigger stomach gurgling or rumbling in... Read more »

Girl on a work trip with dog

Things to Consider While You Work Full Time & Need to Take Care Of Your Dog

Is it fair to have a dog if you work full time? A question popular among dog owners and one with mixed opinions. Leaving your pooch alone at home for hours is a cruelty for sure. So if you are planning to adopt a dog and if you are an individual who might have to... Read more »

Tired dog resting on couch

How to make your dog vomit

Why do I want to make my dog vomit? You might be thinking. Dogs and babies sometimes share the same curiosity, they taste to tell. It is common for dogs to be diagnosed with accidental poisoning and one of the ideal first aid strategies that you want to try is to induce vomiting. There are... Read more »

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Top 5 apps for pet parents

For pet parents working around the clock, it is difficult to find time for their four-legged companion. The technological revolution in the past decade has made the life of each and every individual efficient and easy. One can also say that the advent of the internet and smartphones has also made life easier for pet... Read more »

pet sitter and dog in a couch

Consider these before choosing a pet sitter

Having a pet is like having a companion, however, for those who work around the clock, it might be difficult to give your four-legged friend the company that he needs all day long. Pets, especially dogs need some training and attention, which can be vital for maintaining health and a clear mindset. Pet parents, who... Read more »

The 5 most popular flat faced cat breeds

Cats are adorable and one of the few perfect companions that you could ever ask for. There are different breeds of cats and flat faced or brachycephalic cats are standout. Cats belonging to the brachycephalic family have a smashed in face, which gives them a unique look. Most of the cat enthusiasts consider flat faced... Read more »

scared dog hiding under blanket

Dog fireworks anxiety: symptoms & precautions

Dogs usually cannot find peace with unexpected loud bangs and explosions. Your pooch will find it difficult to cope up with the fireworks and you can easily notice all those obvious symptoms like trembling, barking and pacing. As a dog parent, there are some strategies that you can try out to alleviate firework anxiety in... Read more »