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Common Reasons for Pet Limps

Common Reasons for Pet Limps

Common Reasons for Pet Limps   You may wonder whether your pet's limp is an issue that can be managed at home with rest or a problem that requires urgent care. Here's a list of the most common reasons pets limp and when a limp turns into an emergency.   ...

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How Much Daily Exercise Your Pet Requires

How Much Daily Exercise Your Pet Requires

How Much Daily Exercise Your Pet Requires   While all pets require daily exercise, the amount each dog or cat requires varies. Create a general exercise plan while taking into account your pet’s age, breed, and health for a personalized activity agenda.  ...

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3 Stress-Free Senior Pet Exercises

3 Stress-Free Senior Pet Exercises

3 Stress-Free Senior Pet Exercises   As your furry pal grows older, regular exercise is critical to help them maintain healthy muscle mass and body condition. However, the same activities your pet enjoyed when they were younger can create too much stress on...

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Ways To Keep Your Pet Entertained This Winter

Ways To Keep Your Pet Entertained This Winter

Ways To Keep Your Pet Entertained This Winter   When the weather outside becomes too cold, it can be tough to find ways to entertain your pet indoors. Spice up their exercise routine with the following fun interactive games and toys to help your four-legged...

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The Most Common Holiday Pet Hazards

The Most Common Holiday Pet Hazards

The Most Common Holiday Pet Hazards   Holiday celebrations are still going strong as the year comes to a close. However, the increased activity and stress give your furry friend the ideal opportunity to misbehave, so watch out for the following holiday pet...

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Watch Out For These 5 Signs of Pet Diabetes

Watch Out For These 5 Signs of Pet Diabetes

Watch Out For These 5 Signs of Pet Diabetes   November is National Pet Diabetes Month, a month dedicated to educating pet owners on the signs and management of this endocrine disorder. By learning how to spot the following signs of pet diabetes, you can help them...

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How to Make a Thanksgiving Plate for Your Pet

How to Make a Thanksgiving Plate for Your Pet

How to Make a Thanksgiving Plate for Your Pet   One of Thanksgiving's delights is a crowded table with all of your favorite foods. While your pet may want a bite, many of the widely consumed Thanksgiving meals are harmful to pets. Prepare a special, secure...

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How to Evaluate Your Pet’s Body Condition Score

How to Evaluate Your Pet’s Body Condition Score

How to Evaluate Your Pet’s Body Condition Score National Pet Obesity Awareness Day falls on October 12, but you should pay attention to your pet’s weight all year long. More than half of the nation’s cats and dogs are considered overweight or obese, which can lead to...

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5 Ways to Help Your Senior Pet Remain Mobile

5 Ways to Help Your Senior Pet Remain Mobile

5 Ways to Help Your Senior Pet Remain Mobile As your pet ages, they likely will experience stiff, achy joints caused by osteoarthritis. Fortunately, you have many options to help keep your senior pet active and mobile throughout their golden years. Give the following...

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Back-to-School Considerations for Your Pet

Back-to-School Considerations for Your Pet

The end of summer is always a bittersweet time. It's great to have cooler weather and spend time with family, but the return to school also means an earlier bedtime for kids and more alone time for pets. For many animals, the change from relaxed summer days to weekday...

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