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Proud to be the Newest PHC Blogger!

December 18, 2013

Hello Pet Health Central! As a huge pet lover, I’m so excited to be a part of such a great blog and blogging family. In fact, my mom always said that I should be a vet, but without an affinity for biology, that dream didn’t pan out. So, I did the next best thing possible and now work in pet care marketing and communications! During…  

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Avert Household Scratching Disasters: Channel Your Cat’s Natural Behavior

November 19, 2013

Scratching is an instinctive feline trait. Cats scratch for a variety of reasons: to sharpen their claws, mark their territory, reduce stress and exercise. Further, they usually target your favorite things because they’re attracted to them by your scent. By providing legitimate scratching zones throughout your home and teaching your cat how to use them it is very easy to control where your cat scratches….  

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Doggie Paddle Isn’t For All Dogs

August 19, 2013

There’s a swimming stroke called the dog paddle that most humans manage to master quite well. But interestingly, swimming is not a natural instinct for all dogs. There are a surprisingly large number of dog breeds (and mutts) that don’t know how to swim, and are even scared of water. When it comes to amphibious talents, natural swimmers include water spaniels, Golden Retrievers, Irish setters,…  

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The Pet Cat Video Award Goes to…

January 17, 2013

I would probably never get to walk a red carpet in Hollywood or attend red carpet events if it weren’t for my cats! Several years ago Fudge was one of 25 cats chosen to wear a special pet video camera called an Eyenimal and film her life as part of a movie project called The Cat Diaries. The movie premiered in Hollywood and I got…  

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