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Is Your Pet Right-Pawed or Left-Pawed?

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Just like humans and their hands, many pets have a certain paw they prefer over the other. According to a recent study, 50% of cats are right pawed,  40% favor their left paw and 10% of them are ambidextrous, favoring neither!  Dogs, on the other hand, tend to be more evenly split with around 50%…

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Cat Nose Facts: 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Your Cat’s Sense Of Smell

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Dogs get a lot of attention for their sense of smell, but the cat nose is nothing to sniff at. Behind its dainty heart shape and tiny nostrils, the cat nose possesses some powerful skills. With the help of Catster.com, here are ten things to know about your cat’s nose! A cat’s nose is their…

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Can A Cat’s Eyes Change Color?

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As they age, you may notice your cat’s eyes change color once or even multiple times. It’s important to recognize the difference between an expected color change and one that may indicate health problems. VetInfo helps us learn what to look for. Kittens. A majority of kittens are born with blue eyes. As sight develops, cat’s…

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Back to School Tips For Your Pets

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The hurried rush of back-to-school and shorter days means families are spending more time focused on school work and active schedules.  As a result, the change in routine can be confusing for pets. Instead of going for walks and playing in the yard, their companions suddenly head out the door without them. Dogs especially are…

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Top 10 Cat Toxins

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While there are well-known substances such as chocolate that are toxic to dogs, feline toxins are sometimes less-known.  Cats are curious and independent, so it is important to know what is toxic in your household in order to keep your cat safe and healthy. Pet Age and The Pet Poison Helpline created this list of…

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