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  1. Reasons Your Puppy Might Be Growling at Strangers
    May 15, 2022

    Reasons Your Puppy Might Be Growling at Strangers

    Known for being wiggly, cuddly bundles of love, puppies are loved by all. They love everyone, don't they? Wrong. Most puppies are friendly to everyone they meet, but there are also those that are cautious of strangers and may even growl at them. But what does this growling mean?

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  2. Six Tips for a Stress-Free Move with a Cat
    May 15, 2022

    Six Tips for a Stress-Free Move with a Cat

    Moving house is generally a very stressful time for everyone – especially for our feline friends. Dogs don't seem to mind all that much, but the packing, routine changes, and all the strange new smells unfortunately can cause a lot of stress and anxiety for your cat.

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  3. Can dogs eat fish?
    May 01, 2022

    Can Dogs Eat Seafood?

    When looking at the ingredients on your dog's food or other brands in the store, you'll probably see fish quite frequently. Even if it is an ingredient of dog food, dogs still cannot safely eat just any fish we put in their dinner bowl. Here is what you need to know if you want to add a fishy treat to your dog's diet.

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  4. How Cats Contribute to Improving Our Health
    May 01, 2022

    How Cats Contribute to Improving Our Health

    Not only does your favorite feline provide unconditional love, but it’s now been proven that they can provide quite a number of other health benefits too. If you were ever looking for a sign to adopt a new fluffy companion, this is it! Let's take a look at all the ways, our cats can help improve our health.

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  5. How Having a Dog can Benefit Your Health
    March 15, 2022

    How Having a Dog can Benefit Your Health

    Dogs have been long-loved for being man's best friend and now according to numerous studies, we’ve just gained another reason to love our fur-friends! It has been suggested that dogs can boost our health in numerous ways – here are 5 ways having a dog can make you happier and healthier!

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  6. Reading Your Cat’s Body Language
    March 15, 2022

    Reading Your Cat’s Body Language

    Is your cat trying to tell you something?
    When she exposes her stomach does she want you to rub it?
    Which signals mean ‘stay away’?


    A cat's body language can be subtle, so it's not always easy to accurately read how they're feeling. Continue reading to understand exactly how to tell the difference between a cat that’s anxious, fearful, or angry and one that’s friendly and comfortable. 

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  7. 5 Common Causes of Itching in Pets
    March 01, 2022

    5 Common Causes of Itching in Pets

    Is your pet constantly scratching? Do they have flaky, dry skin, a dull coat or irritable hot spots that need addressing? Find out the five most common causes of what makes your pet itch and how you can help eliminate the main triggers for itchy skin.

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  8. Are Bones Safe for Your Dog?
    March 01, 2022

    Are Bones Safe for Your Dog?

    It's no secret that dogs love chewing on bones. Bones, however, can pose a risk to dogs. It is important to sort the facts from fiction regarding giving dogs bones, including both the benefits and risks. If you follow a few simple rules, giving a dog a bone can be safe and even beneficial.

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  9. A photo of the range of Revolution Plus products
    February 04, 2022

    What are the best worming products for your cat?

    It can be confusing to know which cat worming product to use. What worms should your cats be protected from? Why should they be treated? Is your worming product compatible with the flea and tick treatment you use for your cat? CanadaVet wants to make it easy for you to choose the best cat worming product - here's what you need to know! 

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  10. 6 Ways You're Confusing Your Dog
    February 01, 2022

    6 Ways You Might Be Confusing Your Dog

    Imagine yourself in an unfamiliar country where you don't understand the language or know the customs. Isn't that a bit like being a dog in the human world? Truth be told, dogs have an incredible capacity to understand humans. More so than humans are at understanding canines. Still, many of your words and actions may cause confusion, from misusing your dog's name to mixing up cues. Keep reading to find out six ways you might be confusing your pet.

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