Helpful Tips To Potty Train Your Puppy

Posted on: 3 February 2017

Getting a new puppy can be an exciting time. Puppies are adorable and cuddly. They also have that oh-so-sweet puppy breath. Puppies are more than just cuddles and cuteness. They require attention, food and water, and proper medical care as well as exercise. If you don't have time to put in the work required to train a new puppy, you may want to re-think bringing a puppy into your home. Puppies don't know what they're doing in your new home, so training them is essential.
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Strategies To Help Slim Down Your Fat Feline

Posted on: 1 February 2017

Is your feline friend getting a little chubby? It might be time to address your cat's diet and make some changes to trim a few pounds. You should, however, be wary of sudden or significant weight loss in cats, as cats should shed pounds gradually through portion control and with increased activity or exercise. Some tips to help your cat lose weight are: Control the cat's portions. Portion control is key when trying to help your cat lose weight.
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Important Benefits Of Boarding Your Cat

Posted on: 30 January 2017

When you are needing to travel, there are a number of reasons why you should consider boarding your cat rather than taking it with you. For those that are unfamiliar with cat boarding services, there are several particularly important reasons why you should consider utilizing these services to care for your pet while you are away.   Avoid Travel Complications And Expenses It is often possible to travel with a pet, and while this may seem like an ideal solution, it can present a number of challenges.
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Go To Sleep! 3 Reasons Your Doggone Pooch Keeps You Awake At Night

Posted on: 26 January 2017

You cuddle up under the covers, stretch out your legs, and prepare to drift off to dreamland, but unfortunately, your playful pooch seems to have other ideas other than bedtime. It can be downright comical to see the things some dogs will do in the middle of the night to keep their owners awake, but if you're the poor pup parent that's not getting any rest, it is anything but funny.
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