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Hopefully you'll never have to face this situation, but it's always best to be prepared. Pet First Aid - Here's how to help a dog with a burn: http://bit.ly/2nADFeN
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“I wonder what Piglet is doing,” thought Pooh. “I wish I were there to be doing it, too.” ~ Winnie-the-Pooh

Cats are so accommodating of our busy schedules. They might seem aloof, but they miss us dearly when we're not there. If you have a cat, take a moment this Saturday and give your feline friend some extra attention ❤️
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Most cats have a fascination with water, yet most cats hate getting wet. Here's why: http://bit.ly/2LTKlD8
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Leo vs. the Vet: how Leo's love affair with the vet went wrong... http://bit.ly/2NUQnQu
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Can dogs eat apples? Yes! Just avoid these two things: http://bit.ly/2Afca3l
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Tapeworms are common in cats, and can be transmitted when a cat inadvertently swallows an infected flea, usually during self-grooming. It only takes a single flea, if that flea is infected with tapeworm larvae! Flea control is the most effective way to prevent your cat from getting tapeworms.
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Life with Leo: our intrepid office puppy turned 4 months and is cleared for his FIRST visit to the dog park. How did it go? (hint: it was awesome!) http://bit.ly/2Ocqmgo
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Going into heat - we're not talking about summer weather! Learn: how often dogs go into heat, signs of being in heat, and how to prevent your dog from going into heat: http://bit.ly/2LhAFlv
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Litter box etiquette: Burying their waste is a natural instinct for cats. Lone feral cats naturally cover their waste without any training - they do so to cover the scent from predators and competitors. In groups of feral cats, dominant cats will often leave their waste uncovered as a way of marking their territory. Lower-ranking cats are expected to cover their waste as a sign of subordination.

Domestic indoor cats have the same instincts, and indoor cats cover their waste as a sign of subservience to humans. Cats that don't cover may feel themselves to be dominant. I suspect that my own cat, who was bottle raised, never learned good social skills as a kitten (although he does try his best to scratch around on the wall next to the litter box).

Does your cat always "cover"?
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What to do when you're a happy golden pupper and just love everyone SO MUCH that you can't even "contain" yourself? Dealing with excitement urination: http://bit.ly/2uCkBRc

It's okay Leo, we understand!
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