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Don't let your cat play with yarn or string unattended

Avoid these unsafe cat toys

(By: Jennifer Simms)

Cats love toys, and playing with your cat is a great way for you and your cat to spend quality time together. Plus, the exercise will help your cat stay in shape, and stay mentally challenged as well. Luckily, there
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Consider natural ways to treat your pet's anxiety

4 natural ways to soothe an anxious dog or cat

(By: Jennifer Simms)

Does your dog or cat cringe at the noises, fireworks displays, and commotion that often accompany 4th of July celebrations? By the time the fireworks start, it’s usually too late to do much to help your furry friend. Now is
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A collar and ID tag and microchip combined is the best way to identify your pet

Which form of pet identification is best?

(By: Jennifer Simms)

As a responsible pet guardian, you’re probably already aware that it’s important for your dog or cat to wear some form of identification in the unfortunate event that your pet becomes lost or missing. But should you choose a collar
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There are steps you can take to lessen the chances your dog will bite someone

Dog bite prevention tips

(By: Jennifer Simms)

The third full week each May is designated National Dog Bite Prevention Week. While it’s important to make sure you’re not a dog bite victim yourself, it’s also imperative that you prevent your own dog from biting others – both
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