Cats

two dogs, Introducing A Second Dog To Your Home: How To Prepare And Do It Successfully,

Introducing A Second Dog To Your Home: How To Prepare And Do It Successfully

You’ve crunched the numbers, got the blessing of your dog (or reached a tentative agreement with your cat), found the perfect candidate at your local shelter, or decided on a reputable breeder, and now it’s official. You’re ready to introduce a new four-legged family member into your home.

Bringing a new dog into your home is a big deal! But, before you get too excited imagining the prospect of your new pup becoming best friends with the dog you already have at home or cuddling up and sharing naps with your cat, you’ll have to consider the best way to introduce them to your home.

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Cat Being Pet, 5 Ways To Keep Your Cat Happy Indoors!

5 Ways To Keep Your Cat Happy Indoors!

Whether you have an outdoor or indoor cat, you want them to be happy when they’re home; this becomes more important during the colder months of the year when they need to be inside. There is no scientific evidence that points to cats being happier outdoors, so you should be able to provide everything your feline family member needs to remain not only content but happy while in your home!

Here are 5 ways to keep your cat happy while they’re indoors!

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dog at school, Back-To-School Blues: 5 Ways To Prepare Your Pet For The Fall

Back-To-School Blues: 5 Ways To Prepare Your Pet For The Fall

Summer is winding down, the mornings are getting a little cooler, and September is right around the corner. The back-to-school season is an exciting time full of new teachers, new friends, and new possibilities. It also means changes for your four-legged family members.

Changes to your pet’s daily schedule can cause abnormal behavior, new habits, and even depression. Getting your kids ready for school may already be a handful, but don’t forget to prepare your canine and feline family members as well!

Here are FIVE ways to help your pets transition into the fall season.

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dog in window, How Separation Anxiety Affects Your Pet And What You Can Do About It

How Separation Anxiety Affects Your Pet And What You Can Do About It

As the world slowly reopens, your kids head back to school, and you head back to the office, your pets may be spending significantly more time home alone. This change in day-to-day routine could lead to your pet developing separation anxiety.

Here’s how to help your pet prepare for changes to their routine, spot the signs of separation anxiety, and treat it if it arises.

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