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The microchipping process only takes a few moments

The simple way to prevent losing your pet

(By: Dr. Dym)

One of the most important procedures that an animal guardian should consider is having a pet microchipped, so that if the pet is lost, there is a significantly increased chance of locating that pet. Every year there are millions of
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Choose a puppy with no eye or nose discharge

Adopting a new pet? Tips for selecting a healthy dog or cat

(By: Dr. Dym)

With the arrival of the holiday season, and many people adding new feline and/or canine companions to their households, this is a good time to review what to look for when choosing a pet. If choosing to adopt a new
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Pick a sturdy cat tree for your cat

How to get your cat to use the new cat tree

(By: Jennifer Simms)

So you’ve decided to treat your cat to a fancy new cat tree for her to enjoy climbing, scratching and lounging upon. You excitedly rush home with the new offering only to have her ignore the new cat tree in
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Black cats can be difficult to photograph

Selfies: more bad luck for black cats

(By: Jennifer Simms)

Black cats have long had it rough. From the Middle Ages in Europe to the Salem witch trials, black cats have been associated with witchcraft, evil, or just plain old bad luck. Even today, black cats are among the last
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