Detanglers and wide-tooth combs can help your longhaired pet avoid painful mats. By: quinet Do you ever find yourself stuck in endless “sweeping” mode, where pet hair magically accumulates around the floors at breakneck speeds? Does that “dirty pet” smell re-infiltrate the home within days of a professional grooming? If you ever find yourself
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You know that feeling you get when someone walks in unexpectedly and catches you doing something you’re not supposed to? Like stealing your sister’s favorite shirt, putting the milk back in the fridge with one sip left and eating chips while you’re “dieting” (that last one happens to me far more than is probably
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Of all the things non-cat-lovers damn our feline friends for, chief among them is the belief that cats never listen to us, and if they do, they don’t care one single iota about what we say. Sure, if you’re used to the fawning adoration and obvious expressions of a dog, you might not think cats
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Vets use wellness exams to keep tabs on a pet’s weight, behavior and teeth health, among other things. By: Magic Madzik October is Pet Wellness Month, a celebration of people and their pets. And for me, wellness is the cornerstone of everything I do when it comes to caring for your pet. My job
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Gretchen Byrne was taking a coffee break while patrolling on the midnight shift for the Coral Springs Police Department two years ago, when a hungry and pregnant female cat approached her in the shopping center parking lot. Byrne knew that the feline wouldn’t last long on the streets, especially with a heavily-traveled thoroughfare nearby. So
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This has been a devastating hurricane season. Amid the destruction, thousands of animals have been displaced, injured and killed. The ASPCA and ABC News Chief Meteorologist Ginger Zee want to help decrease the number of animals affected by hurricanes, especially since the season still isn’t over. To protect pets, both are offering expert advice on
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On June 14, Kerry O’Hara escaped from the fire that engulfed her home on the sixth floor of London’s Grenfell Tower. Caught in the terror of the inferno, O’Hara, 53, was unable to take her cat, Rosey, with her. “I made a plan to put Rosey in her cat carrier and cover it with a
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Some of our pets are pretty clean themselves, but they still need your help to keep their habitat spotless. By: Dallas Reeves Getting home from work at the end of a long day is one of the best feelings in the world. You park the car, get out and unlock the front door, absently
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