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The Importance of Pet CPR
learn Pet CPR so you can save a little life.
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Someone, get that kitten an agent!
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When you're feeling under the weather, you might find that the perfect thing for treating what ails you is something you already have in the kitchen. Did you know that you can treat your ailing dog with some simple home remedies too?
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What is the Best Food for Your Dog?
"What is the best food to feed a dog?" Every day veterinarians are asked that question by dog owners. It's a sincere question because most dog owners want to feed the very best to their furry friends.
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How to Know if Your Cat Needs the Vet
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The 10 Healthiest Dog Breeds
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10 Ways To Show Your Cat You Love Them
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Children and Pets, Cuteness Overload!
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10 Crazy Things about Cats
The word cat is a loan translation (borrowed) from Latin cattus. The cat is a carnivorous animal and is usually kept as a pet. It was a symbol of liberty and freedom in Ancient Rome and Egypt. Cats possess amazing features.
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Dogs Will Do Anything For Kids
Some adorable dogs that would do anything for their equally adorable kids in their life.
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How to Avoid These 3 Common Cat Food Mistakes
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Top 10 Most Lovable Dogs in The World
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My dog Apollo recently took part in a scientific experiment. To be honest, I'm using the words "scientific" and "experiment" in the most general of ways.
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You've probably seen them posted on Facebook or mentioned in articles or books: those strange or funny city ordinances or state statutes governing animal behavior or human actions toward animals.
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The Case for Keeping Your Cat Indoors
Every day, newspapers across the country run classified ads by humans hoping to be reunited with lost cats. And, "lost cat" posters are found taped to streetlamps in most neighborhoods. Sadly, many will never return home.
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Surrendered "Smelly Cat" Finally Finds New Home
Cats are surrendered to animal shelters due to any number of owner complaints: clawing up the furniture, fighting with other pets, not liking the owner's new baby.