Are Cats Protective of Their Humans?

Published by Christine O’Brien | Article Featured on Hills Pet

Dogs are known for being fiercely devoted to their pet parents, but is there such thing as a protective cat? Learn whether your kitty feels protective of you and how they might let you know it.

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Common Grooming Behavior Problems and How to Fix Them

Article Featured on Douglas Feed & Pet Supply

Whether you groom your dog or cat yourself or take them to a professional groomer, behavior problems can cause unpleasant conflicts and create difficult situations for you and your pet. Fortunately, there are several ways you can work to correct your pet’s poor behavior and still . . . → Read More: Common Grooming Behavior Problems and How to Fix Them

New research reveals root causes of separation anxiety in dogs

Article Featured on Science Daily

Separation anxiety in dogs should be seen as a symptom of underlying frustrations rather than a diagnosis, and understanding these root causes could be key to effective treatment, new research by animal behavior specialists suggests.

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Five Tips to Help Train Your Puppy

By Erin Ollila | Featured on Hillspet

Bringing home a new puppy is an exciting time for both of you, but it’s not without its busy moments; your new pet needs to learn what behavior is acceptable. While showing him the ropes, consider these options for training a puppy, whether you do it yourself . . . → Read More: Five Tips to Help Train Your Puppy

New research unpicks root causes of separation anxiety in dogs

Article Featured on ScienceDaily

Separation anxiety in dogs should be seen as a symptom of underlying frustrations rather than a diagnosis, and understanding these root causes could be key to effective treatment, new research by animal behaviour specialists suggests.

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Stress in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms & Finding Relief

Article Featured on Hillspet.com

You’re probably all too familiar with your own responses to stress. And you can probably tell when your closest friends or family members are feeling anxious, too. But what are the signs of a stressed-out dog?

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How to Introduce a New Cat to a Household that Already Has a Cat

Article Featured on Cat Health

There are many reasons to add a second cat to your household, including to give a home to another homeless cat, to provide a latchkey cat with some feline company, or because of the ever-popular thought: “Why stop at one when two are more fun?”

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5 Health Problems Dog Owners Often Ignore

BY DR. MARTY BECKER DVM | Article Featured on Vetstreet.com

Some of the things dog owners ignore truly do make a difference to an animal’s quality of life. It can be easy for well-meaning pet owners to get caught up in one aspect of their dog’s care but pay no attention to something else . . . → Read More: 5 Health Problems Dog Owners Often Ignore

Aggression Between Cats in Your Household

Article Featured on ASPCA

Do you have two cats in your home that just can’t seem to get along? There are various reasons why your kitties won’t play nice. Learn more about reasons behind feline aggression, and find out ways you can create peace between your cats.

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How to Socialize Your Pet

By Marie Suszynski | Article Featured on Everyday Health

Is your pet shy or a social butterfly? Many experts say that they key to having a well-behaved dog or cat is socialization — here’s how to get started.

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