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Some cats are natural talkers and meow about everything. Siamese cats, especially, have a reputation for being talkative. If you want a quiet cat, stay away from the Oriental breeds. Other cats are naturally quiet and only meow when it’s really...

It can be a scary world out there, and our pets may need some help dealing with it. Keeping our pets happy and reducing dog and cat stress improves their overall health.

If you’ve never come home to find energetic puppies or bored dogs have chewed up or destroyed something, you’ve been doing everything right! 

Do pets grieve?

Most of us would answer yes.  When we experience the loss of a pet, we go through a grieving process, with the 5 stages including denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance.  Our furbabies have a very similar pet...

Dog crate training is one of the most powerful tools you can use to create safety for your dogs and puppies (and sanity for you as their loving parents)!

Learning how to stop dog barking problems always needs to start with an understanding of why your dog is barking, whining, or howling in the first place! Dogs bark to communicate. It’s normal for dogs, but can drive us crazy when they do it at the “...

Fear of loud noises, including sounds of thunder, fireworks, vacuum cleaners, lawn mowers, and much more,  is a common problem in many cats and dogs.  A phobia is a fear that is consistent, persistent, and irrational.  Some dogs with noise phobias...

One of the most common behavioral problems that people seek help for is dog aggression. Aggression can range from growling to snapping at you to a full-blown attack on you, a family member, a stranger, or another animal. Most aggression, however, is...

Aggression problems in cats are an issue if you are on the receiving end of it. Although cats don’t usually cause fatal wounds, people can be seriously injured. In fact, cat bites are quite dangerous, because a cat's sharp teeth can puncture the skin...

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