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Ear Problems in Dogs
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Many dogs struggle with issues brought on by ear disease. In fact, some studies show that as many as 20% of dogs experience ear problems. Because ear infections and discomfort are such a common problem in canines, it is important that you understand what to watch for and how to treat it. Ear Disease Symptoms Dogs are typically good at exhibiting symptoms of ear discomfort. If your dog has been digging or scratching at an ear, there is a chance it is causing him trouble. You may also notice that the inside of his ear is a brighter red than...
Why Your Cat Grooms So Much
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Does it seem like your favorite feline spends most of his time grooming himself? You are probably not far off! Cats usually spend anywhere from 15 to 50 percent of their time focused on grooming. This is a normal behavior for cats. Through grooming multiple functions are filled in the life of your cat. First, the saliva in your cat’s mouth and his rough tongue are used to remove debris from the fur. Your cat’s saliva also helps with thermoregulation in order to keep him cooler! Some cats also use grooming as a self-soothing behavior and you as a pet...
Puppy's First Grooming
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One of the many exciting perks of pet ownership is taking your dog to the groomer. Much like taking yourself to the spa, you can treat your pooch to a period of (sometimes) relaxation and a new look! But how soon can you take your pup? It is typically best that (at the very least) you wait until your puppy is able to leave its mother and is at least 8 weeks old. You should also wait until the puppy has been introduced to its new home and has established a good relationship with its new owner before considering setting...