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Pet obesity is a serious health risk; learn how to help your pet drop excess

Pet obesity is a serious health risk; learn how to help your pet drop excess

We all love our pets, but in some ways we might be loving them too much!

According to recent studies, more than half of America’s pets are overweight or obese. And the problem is growing – as our own waistlines are getting bigger, so are our pets.

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Purina ask Cats Or Dogs: Which Is America’s Favorite Pet?

Purina ask Cats Or Dogs: Which Is America’s Favorite Pet?

 

Purina® Teams Up With Sports Greats Terry Bradshaw And Howie Long To Settle The Age-old Debate

 

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Coping With The Death Of Your Dog Or Cat

Coping With The Death Of Your Dog Or Cat

 

Losing Your Pet Tips: How To Cope With The Death Of Your Dog Or Cat

 

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Pudgy Pets Get Their Own Fat Farm

Pudgy Pets Get Their Own Fat Farm

The American waistline isn't the only thing that's got a growing problem. Our pudgy pets are packing it on as well — studies suggest that up to 60 percent of dogs and cats are obese or overweight.  Comparatively speaking, they're in worse shape than we are; according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 35 percent of human Americans are obese as compared to our pudgy pets.

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Stray Cats | What to do when you find a stray cat in your neighborhood

Stray Cats | What to do when you find a stray cat in your neighborhood

 

So you found what appears to be a stray cat — now what do you do?



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Cute Kitten battles with self in mirror

Cute Kitten battles with self in mirror

Being a kitten is tougher than people make it out to be. There's a lot you need to figure out in this world — and it's not just the 24/7 nap-eat-repeat lifestyle that everyone makes it out to be.

Take this little guy for instance.

He's been in a fight with the kitten in the wall all afternoon, and he's just getting started.

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Spokane Veterinarian Uses Facebook to Connect With Pet Owners

Spokane Veterinarian Uses Facebook to Connect With Pet Owners

A-1 Animal Care Veterinary Services veterinarian Dr. Charles Lohr has started a Facebook page for the clinic to stay connected with pet owners. They post about aspects of pet care, such as pet senior wellness, pet dental care, kitten and puppy wellness, as well as seasonal pet concerns. They also plan to use the Facebook page to keep visitors informed about events in the community that local pet owners may find useful, as well as to let pet owners know about specials and events at the clinic.

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Summer sounds may stress your pet | Booms Bangs and loud noises

Summer sounds may stress your pet | Booms Bangs and loud noises

Fireworks can be a wonder to behold … for humans. Pets, however, may not be so enamored with the booms, crashes and bumps in the night.

Surprises and extraordinary events can put pets on edge.

Loud noises often spook pets. Everything from noisy trucks to thunderstorms to low-flying airplanes may scare a pet, possibly leading to unpredictable behavior. Summer can induce anxiety in pets, especially when people celebrate with fireworks and boisterous parties.

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