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There’s only one downside to being a cat parent: stinky, dirty litter boxes. In addition to the mess and odor, clay and clumping litters often contain potentially harmful chemicals that have no business near your family. That’s why iHeartCats partnered with PrettyLitter, a revolutionary new product that blows the competition out of the water when it comes to safety,
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Rat poison is extremely harmful to your dog. Even a small portion of it can be very fatal. If your canine happens to ingest rat poison, it is difficult to tell as symptoms begin to appear only after about 36 hours. It is imperative to detect the signs early and get to the treatment process
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Dog is the most faithful and the best companion.  ALAS! This can’t be true for every breed. The adage – “Dog is the most faithful animal on the earth” may turn out to be wrong at times especially for some dog breeds. Though dogs are truly the best friends of mankind and can take care
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Its fleas and tick season again. Try as hard as you can, but there’s no escape or perfect remedy against these adamant parasites.  If you are troubled with the question of how to get rid of fleas, a few things are important to know about: Fleas and ticks mostly thrive in areas with warm temperatures
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Dog ticks are a common site for all pet parents. Their furry babies are an easy prey of these annoying insects. Ticks are doubly harmful as they not only damage the pet’s health but also transmit diseases causing bacteria and viruses to the host dog. Typically active during the warm climates, these parasites suck the
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Lungworm has become a common issue in dogs all across the globe. A type of parasitic worm called Angiostrongylus Vasorum lives and breeds in the heart and blood vessels of dogs and causes several respiratory concerns. Dogs that usually stay outdoors have a higher risk of getting infected with lungworm. This is because they consume
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“Why my dog licks too much?”  “My dog literally cannot stop licking…he won’t listen when I tell him to stop. It’s not like he’s biting or anything…but sometimes he won’t stop licking..he needs to learn not to lick…any advice????????”  This is the most common question that many pet owners around the world post it on
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Advertisement Have you ever wondered why your cat kneads you with her front paws when she’s feeling particularly relaxed? Some people think cats only knead when they’ve been taken from their mother at too young of any age. It turns out, most cats knead regardless of how much time they spent with their mothers. So
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Dogs are quite amazing creatures. For hundreds of years they have been with us herding, flocking, defending the homestead and providing abundance of love and fellowship. Apart from these things, these furry pals also take active part in the battlefield which makes them the war heroes. The remarkable aspect is that they have done this
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