Ask the Vet: Why Do Cats Groom...

Nov 12, 2021 by

Cats are considered one of the cleanest house pets. Their habit of self-grooming helps to keep them prim and proper throughout the day. There are many reasons cats groom themselves so often, however, if their grooming becomes excessive, then you may need to let your veterinarian know.

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Ask the Vet: Are Dogs Color Bl...

Feb 11, 2021 by

We spend so much time and money trying to take good, proper care of our pets. We take them to the veterinarian; we make sure they’re getting the best food. As owners, we try to see the world through our pets’ eyes to help us understand them better. But have you ever stopped to think about whether dogs can see colors like us humans?

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Ask the Vet: Why Won’t M...

Aug 7, 2020 by

As a dog owner, you want the best for your beloved companion. If your furry friend has been neglecting mealtimes or eating irregularly, you may be concerned that your pet’s health is at risk. While sporadic eating or skipping meals can point to larger underlying issues, it is actually fairly common behavior for a dog. Keep reading to learn more about the potential reasons that your pup is skipping meals.

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Ask the Vet: Are Seven Dog Yea...

Jan 3, 2020 by

How old is your dog? The old adage is that, for every one human year, a dog ages seven years. So, is this true? Learn how veterinarians determine the most accurate age of a dog in relation to human years.

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Ask the Vet: Why Do Cats Knead...

Oct 25, 2019 by

Does your cat ever “make biscuits”? Or “knead dough?” These terms commonly refer to the ritual of cat kneading. Animal scientists and researchers have suggested a few theories why cats do this.

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Ask the Vet: Can Cats Really S...

Oct 4, 2019 by

You’ve probably heard the rumor that cats can see in the dark, but is it really true? We explore this question and turn up some nocturnal facts about our feline friends that may surprise you.

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