Friday, October 30, 2020

PET CARE

All About Healthy Pets: Pet Care, Veterinarian Advice, Dog & Cat Health Tips, Pet Supplies, Dog & Cat Tips. Plus much more.

Pricey Pets: 7 Surprisingly Simple Ways To Save Money On Pet Care

(PETS/PET CARE) If cat costs and puppy prices leave you scratching for funds at the end of the month, try these seven tips to cut your pet costs and put more purr in your purse. – Global Animal

Is Your Pet Chipped?

(CATS & DOGS/PET CARE) Pet microchipping has come a long way since it originated over two decades ago. Pet chipping companies like HomeAgain now alert you when pets in your area go missing, and even come with an iPhone app that will let you upload pictures of your lost pet. Every year approximately 10 million pets are euthanized because their guardians are unable to find them, and pet microchipping companies have been able to reunite over a million pets with their families. Read on for more on the incredible advancement of chipping and how it could save your pet's life. — Global Animal

5 Ways To Be A Green Pet Parent

(PETS/GO GREEN) With so many various choices of food, toys, and accessories available for your pets, it can sometimes be difficult to know the difference between an eco-friendly option and one that could inflict serious environmental damage. By being a green pet parent, you can feel good about reducing your environmental impact and more importantly, making healthy choices for your beloved pet. Continue reading for tips on how to keep your pet happy, healthy, and green. — Global Animal

Have A Pet-Friendly Valentine’s Day!

(CATS & DOGS/PET CARE) All around the world, February 14 is the day to exchange gifts, flowers, and chocolates--all in the name of St. Valentine. This special time of year can be just as fun for pets as it is for humans, if the right precautions are taken. Read on to learn how you and your furry friend can have a safe and festive Valentine's Day. — Global Animal

Is Your Furry Friend in Pain? Joint Pain In Big Dogs

(PETS/PET CARE) Caring for dogs--particularly larger dogs--can be challenging, especially given that 80 percent of older dogs silently suffer from pain caused by arthritis and other joint ailments like hip and elbow dysplasia. Just like people, every dog responds to discomfort differently. But unlike people, our furry friends can’t tell us what’s wrong. In the infographic below, learn how to recognize the signs of joint paint in big dogs and take the right steps to prevent symptoms from worsening--from diet and exercise to even their bedding. -- Global Animal

How To Potty Train Your New Puppy

(PUPPIES/PETS) Bringing home a new puppy means lots and lots of diligent training. One of the biggest challenges of caring for a new puppy involves training him/her to go potty outside, instead of on the rug. Here are some helpful tips on how to housetrain your dog.— Global Animal

What NOT To Feed Your Cat or Dog

(PET CARE/CATS AND DOGS) We all know how irresistible it can be to deny your cat or dog human-food, but you may not know how dangerous--and even deadly--some foods can be to cats and dogs. Foods like chocolate, nuts, and meat can cause severe medical problems or death to your dog or cat. Read on for a list of food dangers to beware of and how to keep your pet safe. -- Global Animal

10 Most Toxic Foods For Pets

(PET CARE/CATS & DOGS) When thinking about things that may be dangerous for your pet, you may not always consider the types of foods that he/she eats--especially foods prepared for human consumption. While most food that humans eat are also safe for dogs, some foods are dangerous and perhaps even deadly. -- Global Animal

Polar Vortex Tips To Protect Outdoor Cats

(CATS/PET SAFETY) Millions are facing bone-chilling temperatures as a polar vortex transcends across much of the eastern U.S. With some areas in the Midwest experiencing record-breaking wind chills below 50 degrees, humans and animals alike are being advised to stay indoors. Remember, if it’s too cold for you, it’s probably too cold for your pet. But what about wildlife and other outdoor animals? Outdoor cats, for instance, are incredibly resilient, but they could certainly use our help staying safe and warm amid these blizzard-like conditions. Read on for tips on how to protect our feline friends during Polar Vortex 2019. -- Global Animal
Cold Weather Can Be Dangerous For Pets So Here Is How To Keep Pets Safe and Warm

Tail-Wagging Tips To Keep Your Pet Healthy During Winter

(PET CARE) Certain animals may like to play in the snow, but chilly weather can present health hazards for your pet. Here are some tips to keep your pet safe and healthy during winter. — Global Animal

Hold The Salt: Is Beach Water Safe For Dogs?

(PET CARE/DOGS) While we all love to have fun with our dogs at the beach, we must remember to bring along fresh water to keep our doggie friends hydrated. If your dog continually drinks ocean water during a day at the beach, he or she may become ill with salt poisoning. Read on to learn more about how to stay safe and have fun with your dog at the beach. — Global Animal

I Love You, But I Wish You Didn’t Beg!

(PETS/DOG TRAINING) Got a beggar in the family? Though your dog may look irresistibly cute, begging and pleading for food can quickly get out of hand. Here are some tips to help train your dog to stop begging at the dinner table. — Global Animal

Doggy Don’ts: No More Jumping On People!

(DOGS/PET CARE) Having trouble keeping your pooch's paws on the floor? Not only can jumping be a nuisance, but it can be dangerous too. Here are some tips to teach your dog to not jump on people. — Global Animal
Cold Weather Can Be Dangerous For Pets So Here Is How To Keep Pets Safe and Warm

Having A Ruff Winter? Tips To Keep Your Pets Safe & Warm

(PET CARE/CATS AND DOGS) Despite their 'fur' coats, pets rely on their caregivers to protect them from the elements. With winter in full force, it's time for a refresher on how to keep our furry friends safe in cold weather. — Global Animal

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