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Archive for 'Cats'

Keeping Your Pet Hydrated in the Summer Months

June 15, 2015

Dehydration is loss of water from the body (usually through vomiting or diarrhea), panting or decreased water intake. Being dehydrated makes your pet feel crummy, and can potentially cause problems with the kidneys and other internal organs if left untreated. With summer upon us, it’s easy for a pet left outside without water to become dehydrated, so I thought I’d share some tips for checking your…  

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Super Smiley on World Pet Memorial Day

June 09, 2015

We pets touch humans in a profoundly deep way that’s just different from the way humans bond with each other. We are different, and that’s why we are here… to show you how to love unconditionally. To be eternally faithful and to look into your eyes with such trust and innocence that you know we are little pieces of Heaven right here with you. Super…  

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National Microchip Month: The Benefits of Chipping Your Pets

June 08, 2015

A microchip is undoubtedly a lost pet’s ticket home. Over recent years, there have been countless stories of both dogs and cats getting lost and being found, often years later, all because of a tiny chip. June has been designated National Microchip Month and I am happy to say that the technology in terms of scanners to read the chips has become much more user-friendly…  

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June is Adopt a Shelter Cat Month

June 01, 2015

Adopting a pet, particularly a cat, is never a decision that should be made “on the run.” Generally speaking, dogs are more outgoing than cats, thus it’s much easier to get a snapshot of their personalities in a shelter environment. Cats, by nature, are often shy with strangers in a shelter environment and this tends to make them more reticent. Because June is Adopt a…  

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