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3 Summer Safety Tips for Pet Owners

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Summer is a great time of year to be a pet owner. But the season comes with certain hazards. Learn some tips for protecting your furry friends this summer.

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5 Easter Safety Tips for Owners of Dogs and Cats

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Easter is a time when many families with children celebrate with decorated eggs, baskets of candy, and Easter egg hunts in the yard. Many kids and family pets love this time of celebration, good food, and fun. However, Easter has its hazards for pets. Some foods, plants, and decorations associated with this holiday can do harm to animals. The best thing you can do as a pet owner is to be vigilant about your pet's safety at this time, and restrict your use of certain items in the house.

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The Common Causes of Stinky Dog Syndrome

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If your dog suddenly starts smelling more foul than usual, and you know he or she hasn't been rolling around in gross stuff recently, you need to investigate the cause of the increased odor. Dogs with a pungent, putrid condition—you might call it "stinky dog syndrome"—may be perfectly healthy, but some smells are symptoms of serious health problems.

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Keep Your Kitty at a Healthy Weight for a Longer, Happier Life

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Your New Year's Resolution may have been to lose weight or maintain a healthy weight, but what about your cat? More than half of American pets are overweight or obese, and if your cat is one of them, it really is in his or her best interest for you to do something about it. Carrying around those extra pounds puts your cat at risk for diabetes, liver disease, arthritis, and an early death. A chubby kitty might be cute, but a trim, limber cat is a healthier, happier cat.

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Comfort for an Old Friend: How to Ease Your Dog's Arthritis Pain

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As dogs age, they often develop osteoarthritis as the cartilage in their joints deteriorates. Arthritis can make it harder for your aging dog to run, jump, and play. Your vet may prescribe an anti-inflammatory medication to ease your dog's pain, but there are some additional ways to bring comfort to your arthritic canine companion.

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