3 Tips For Coping With Separation Anxiety In Dogs

Posted on: 30 December 2020

If your dog is anxious, or simply very attached to you, they may be prone to bouts of separation anxiety when you're away. If a dog has separation anxiety they may howl, cry, and bark the whole time you're gone. Dogs with separation anxiety also tend to destroy belongings and go to the bathroom inside as responses to their stress. Since a dog with separation anxiety is obviously in distress, it's important to treat it in a proactive manner.
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How To Make Sure You Purchase A Healthy And Thriving Lizard

Posted on: 26 February 2020

Do you have a love for reptiles? Maybe lizards in particular? If so, you've likely been considering adding one to your family as a pet. If you're not real familiar with caring for a lizard, you may not know exactly what to look for in a healthy reptile pet. Because these majestic creatures can oftentimes be pricey and so can their care, you may opt to buy one at a discounted price or through a private seller.
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What To Do If Your Cat Loses A Tooth

Posted on: 14 March 2019

Most pet parents would be alarmed to notice a tooth left behind by a pet, and cat owners are no different. If you think that your cat has lost a whole tooth or a portion of a tooth, here's what you need to know about what to do next. The Exception It might surprise you to learn that if your cat is still just a kitten, there's likely nothing wrong going on here at all.
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Preparing For Your Dog's First Boarding Experience

Posted on: 30 November 2018

As much as you love your dog and hate leaving him or her behind, there are times when this might be necessary. The first time you leave your dog at the boarder will be the hardest. However, there are some ways you can prepare for this first experience to make it easier on the both of you. 1. Visit the boarding facility beforehand. A month or two before you plan on leaving, take your dog to visit the boarding facility you'll be using.
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