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Taking care of your pets and keeping them safe is an important matter to many dog and cat owners! The Doctors have tons of useful advice on how to take care of your four-legged family members.
Veterinarian and nutritionist specialist Dr. Lisa Weeth explains the risks of having an obese or overweight pet.
If you have to leave your pets in a kennel, these are the things you should do to make sure they are safe!
Veterinarian Dr. Arvid Edward explains why this adorable habit could become a problem leading to obsessive-compulsive disorders!
Talking in a high-pitched voice is actually important when communicating with our pets. Baby talk for your fur babies soothes and calms them.
And for your own safety, don’t take your pet’s medicines!