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Night of the Attack Cats

Dressing up for Halloween can often be the most fun and exhilarating part of the holiday, and our pets are not immune to our desires to play dress up (or at very least, they tolerate us making them)! For one sweet Golden Retriever named Penny,...

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Pet Health: Nutrition

For generations, dogs and cats ate leftovers from the family table in addition to whatever they could catch and eat outdoors. No one gave any thought to dog or cat nutrition, or providing them with the best pet foods. They seemed to do just fine.

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Peppermint - The Forbidden Holiday Treat

With the holidays past us now, you would think that the common pet holiday dangers are far out of sight… but I learned just this week that they’re not! My Christmas tree (an artificial one) was put away, decorations were stashed back in their...

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Hyperthyroidism in Cats

Feline Hyperthyroidism, overactive thyroid glands, is a common condition among cats, particularly those eight years old or older. The number of cases of hyperthyroidism in cats has been on the rise over the last few years and the exact cause is...

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