July 17, 2018

  by Liz Ammirato   As pets age, they become more susceptible to developing diseases caused by hormonal imbalances. Two endocrine disorders that owners of senior pets need to be aware of are Cushing’s disease and Hyperthyroidism. “The sooner a disease is diagnosed, the sooner it can be treated,” says Patra De Silva, President of […]

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Is your pet at risk for parasites?

September 14, 2017

  GUELPH, ON, Sept. 14, 2017 /CNW/ – The term “worms” is often used to describe gastrointestinal parasites (parasites that affect the digestive system) in our dogs and cats. Even though some gastrointestinal parasites are in fact “worms”, there are other gastrointestinal parasites that put our pets at risk that are not worms at all! […]

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Nobodys Cats And Those Who Care For Them

July 10, 2017

  Christine Arnold in this podcast shares with us the compelling behind the scenes look at feral cat management and TNR with the Nobodys Cat Foundation.  Christine founded the PAWS Trap Neuter Return Program in 2004 and served as the program’s manager through 2011. She has significant experience in all aspects of the strategy, from […]

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Podcast: Litterbox Avoidance and How to Stop it with Dusty Rainbolt

June 10, 2017

Award winning author Dusty Rainbolt will discuss in great detail why cats may stop using the litterbox and how to fix the problem. It is an important issue because it is one of ther biggest reasons cats are returned to shelters.  If you are a cat lover, or getting your first cat, you will love […]

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Podcast-The Kitty Chef-Cooking with Oreo the Cat

February 26, 2017

Tina Modugno, and her cat Oreo return with their new book that teaches you French Canadian comfort food cooking for you and your cat! Tina is always fun and Oreo has his paw in everything! Join us for a good time. Visit Oreo’s web site for more info Play in new window | […]

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“The Future is Meow” According to Doraemon

December 28, 2016

by Ramona D. Marek, MS ED.   Japan’s love for cats began over 1,000 years when ago when they likely came in on Chinese ships. The Japanese people were smitten with the mousers who protected Buddhist scrolls and crops alike. The adoration ran deep, cats were cherished pets by the elites until 1602 when the government […]

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Hospice Care for Shelter Cats: The Gift of Love That Gives Back

December 24, 2016

  By Kristin Avery   Some cats, like some humans, travel a bumpy road in life. Through no fault of their own, they are bounced from one home to the next, surrendered to shelters or left to fend for themselves on the streets. Cleo was one of these cats. By the time Cleo was surrendered to […]

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How to Make Your Cat and Dog Friends!

December 12, 2016

by Jordan Walker   Dogs don’t really hate cats, or cats hate dogs. They don’t really have to fight like their sworn enemies. Truth is, they don’t really have anything to do with each other. Each species has distinct differences in both instincts and behaviors.  The gestures and behaviors that your felines and canines use […]

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How to Groom Your Cat to SHINE and Be Happy!

December 3, 2016

by Mary Oquendo   So, you want to groom your own cat. As a professional holistic cat groomer, I take a different approach to cat grooming. One that takes into consideration the physical and mental well-being of cats. Not every cat is a candidate for grooming. They must be fit and healthy. Factors to consider include: […]

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7 Things You Should Know About Your Pet’s Allergies

June 23, 2016

In this video we speak to a dermatologist about seven things you should know about your dog and cats constant itching and scratching. Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | Email | MoreTweet

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