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COVID-19 in Big Cats: Are Housecats at Risk, Too?

COVID-19 in Big Cats-Are Housecats at Risk, Too?                On April 5, 2020, a Malayan tiger at the Bronx Zoo tested positive for the COVID-19 virus Read More

Protect Your Dog and Cat Against Heartworm Disease

Protect Your Dog and Cat Against Heartworm Disease                April marks national heartworm disease awareness month. With warming weather and spring rains, mosquitoes will soon Read More

Five Fun Facts About Rabbits

Five Fun Facts About Rabbits Many of us will celebrate Easter this weekend and no animal is more synonymous with Easter than the rabbit.  While bunnies are out and about all Read More

Deciphering Cat Language: What does it mean when cats swish their tails and other cues?

Deciphering Cat Language: What does it mean when cats swish their tails and other cues?                Cats are relatively enigmatic creatures, but they can be Read More

Self-isolating with Your Pets Due to COVID-19? Ideas to Keep Pets (and you!) Busy and What to Pack in a Crisis Kit

Self-isolating with Your Pets Due to COVID-19? Ideas to Keep Pets (and you!) Busy and What to Pack in a Crisis Kit                Life is certainly Read More

Slither into St. Patrick's Day: Seven Snake Stats

Slither into St. Patrick’s Day: Seven Snake Stats                Today we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day—Legend has it that St. Patrick drove all the snakes in Read More

Honor Miltary Dogs on March 13, K9 Veterans Day

K9 Veterans Day                Though not an official holiday, March 13th marks K9 Veterans Day, a day to honor and remember all the dogs who serve Read More

Resorptive Dental Lesions in Cats

Resorptive Dental Lesions in Cats                Our feline friends have 30 teeth shaped for killing and eating small prey like mice. By comparison, dogs have Read More

Do Dogs See in Black and White? Vision Myths in Dogs and Cats

Do Dogs See in Black and White?  Vision Myths in Dogs and Cats                Contrary to popular belief, dogs don’t just see black and white. Read More

Are Pets Capable of Love?

Are Pets Capable of Love?                There’s no question, we love our pets.  We snuggle with them, buy them treats and presents and treat them Read More

Why Do Cats Scratch?

Why Do Cats Scratch?                Cats have a natural instinct to scratch.  But why do they like to shred our furniture or make grooves in Read More

Coronavirus: Are Pets at Risk and Can Pets Spread the Virus to People?

Coronavirus: Are Pets at Risk and Can Pets Spread the Virus to People?                Coronavirus has been prominent in the news lately as a potentially Read More

How to Create a Pet-Friendly Yard

By Jasmine Patel A yard of any sort is an asset. It's a great place to enjoy sunny days and entertain friends. As long as they are maintained, they add beauty Read More

How to Medicate a Cat

How to Medicate a Cat                Cats are notorious bad pill-takers and liquids can be a challenge as well with your cat wearing the medication Read More

Does My Pet Really Need that Skin Test?

Does my Pet Really Need that Skin Test?                Skin problems are relatively common in dogs and cats and can be caused by a variety Read More

Why Do Dogs Love to Roll in Smelly Things?

Why Do Dogs Love to Roll in Smelly Things?                We’ve all had it happen: Your dog is out in the yard or on a Read More

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