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3 Steps To Take If Your Dog Eats Chocolate

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Did your dog recently get into a stash of chocolate? While chocolate may taste good to your furry friend, it can also cause serious digestive issues. In fact, it can be downright toxic, causing seizures, muscle contractions, and even death if not treated. That’s because chocolate contains an ingredient called theobromine, which doesn’t mix well with a dog’s digestive track. Fortunately, chocolate poisoning can be usually be treated in most dogs.…

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Four Reasons You Should Try to Keep Your Cat Indoors for Its Health

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If you have a cat, you might think it is inhumane to keep it inside since its ancestors liked to hunt and live outdoors. The thing is, though, domesticated cats will be much safer inside and can have a longer life expectancy than their outdoor counterparts. Here are four reasons keeping your cat inside is the best option for your pet’s health. 1. Vaccinations If he or she assumes you’ll be keeping your cat indoors, there are some vaccines that your vet will skip, such as the feline leukemia virus (FeLV) cat vaccine.…

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Pupply Bloat: What Is It And Creative Ways To Prevent It From Occurring

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Puppies, like human babies, naturally have cute round bellies. Some puppy potbellies aren’t cute though, and are a sign of an emergency situation for your pooch. Many pet owners have never heard of bloat, or don’t realize how serious the condition is for their dog. Bloat is a condition where the dog’s stomach fills with air and actually twists. The stomach is distended beyond the normal puppy potbelly size. The puppy will usually pace around in obvious discomfort and can eventually go into shock.…

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