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Nutritional Differences Between Cats and Dogs

Unlike dogs which are omnivores (designed to eat a combination of animal and plant foods), cats are carnivores, meaning that they need nutrients found only in animal meat. Cats evolved as hunters that consume prey containing high amounts of protein, moderate amounts of fat, and...

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Dog Food: Separating Fact from Fiction

One of the single most important things that pet owners can do to help ensure the long term health of their pets is to feed them high quality/well balanced food. Like with humans, proper nutrition has a direct effect on both the quantity and quality...

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The Color of Poop

In the same way that the "eyes are the windows to the soul," your dog's poop can be a window into his health. Exterminating stool is an important step in the overall evaluation of a dog's health and well being. The general evaluation of stool is determining the...

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Separation Anxiety in Dogs

No one knows exactly why some dogs develop separation anxiety and some don't. It is estimated that nearly 14% of dogs suffer from separation anxiety which is an inability of the pet to find comfort when separated from family members. Dogs with this condition tend to become...

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Recognizing Pain in Cats

The one thing that all pet owners wish is that their pets could talk and tell them what is wrong when they are not feeling well. Cats, like dogs, do show behavioral signs that can indicate that they may be in pain, below are some of the most...

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