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It's Time to Upgrade Your Cat's Dining Set

It's Time to Upgrade Your Cat's Dining Set

Category: Cat Life
We’ve found the perfect feeder for all day grazing and multi-pet households where food stealing is a problem! more
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CPR and Heimlich Maneuver on Pets

Category: Health
Some dogs—especially puppies—will chew on nearly anything in sight. Dog and cat owners may find their curious pet chewing on shoes, furniture, and even clothing. Although it can be hard to stop young pups and playful cats from chewing on objects other than toys, it is still possible for pets to choke on their toys, other objects, and even food. In addition to learning how to perform the Heimlich maneuver on a choking pet, it is equally important to learn how to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on a dog in case of an emergency. more
Meet These 8 Uncommon Cat Breeds

Meet These 8 Uncommon Cat Breeds

Category: Cat Life
8 uncommon cat breeds and the cool traits (think curly hair, a love of water, wild cat spots, and more) that make them unique.   Kuddel submitted by Josef Leonard Wieland Turkish Van more
Kitty olympics

Is Your Feline Fit Enough For The Olympics?

Category: Cat Life
Got a star athlete at home? Of course you do! They just need the right tools to get them motivated, fuelled, hydrated, and replenished after a long day of training. With these medal-worthy products your cat is all set to go for Gold!   FUEL more
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What To Do If Your Pet Is Injured

Category: Health
Seeing an injured or distressed animal can make some people feel helpless, especially those who have never approached an injured pet. Because injured pets could be in pain, scared, or confused, it is important to act appropriately to ensure they see a veterinarian and get medical help. Dr. Medora Pashmakova, clinical assistant professor at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (CVM), offered some insight on what to do if your pet is injured. more

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