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Why do Cats Purr?

Why do Cats Purr?

A sound that even those that don’t have cats in their direct surroundings will recognize, purring. A purring cat is often automatically perceived to be a happy cat, as that is what is often taught from early on. That purring doesn’t …

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Recognizing Pain in Dogs

Recognizing Pain in Dogs

Unfortunately, dogs can’t speak. And while the medical management of pain has drastically improved over the last decade, before treatment can be started, one needs to recognize their dog may be in pain …

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The Benefits of Adopting an Adult Cat.

The Benefits of Adopting an Adult Cat.

When adding a feline companion to the family, one may ask themselves, should I adopt an adult cat or a kitten? Kittens are often favoured over adult cats due to being small and adorable, but …

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A Guide to Camping with Your Dog

A Guide to Camping with Your Dog

Bringing your dog along on camping adventures is a great way to make memories and deepen the dog-owner bond. Camping with your dog involves a little more planning ….

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An interview on biting incidents.

An interview on biting incidents.

A few weeks ago, we were contacted by a newspaper with the question if we would like to give an interview on biting incidents. As we believe it’s important to educate the public, not only …

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Types of Pet Food 

Types of Pet Food 

When you get your first dog or cat, picking a suitable diet can be a confusing process, and you may wonder what types of pet food there are available. Not only time and money will play a role in choosing a …

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