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Pet Health Care & Tips
HEARTWORM AND INTERCEPTOR FOR DOGS
Heartworm in dogs is potentially a deadly parasitic disease in which worms of the species Dirofilaria immitis infest the heart and associated blood vessels. Luckily, it is easily preventable with monthly tablets, chews or topical liquids.READ MORE
Cat and Dog Behavior
ARE YOUR PETS ANNOYING THE NEIGHBORS?
Cat fights and incessant barking are keeping the neighbours awake. Living at close quarters with a whiney mutt or scratchy cat are tipping others over the edge which has led to an incredibly sad urban phenomenon of animal poisoning and even bashing or killing. Even without such a dramatic result, the finding of rude notes in the letter box, angry answering machine messages or phone calls at work places a great deal of stress on the pet owners and neighbours.READ MORE
STRANGE CAT FOOD BEHAVIOR EXPLAINED
Cat lovers revel in the silly things felines do. This is true of cat food time as well. Felines happily satisfy themselves and their enjoyment of cat food can top the list of funny cat moments. However, cats can behave strangely with food. Some owners assume that the animal doesn't like what they are offered, but they are wrong. Felines show certain cat food behaviours due to other causes. Remember: cats are smart and there is always a reason for what they do. Here's your chance to learn.READ MORE