Wet Food Vs Dry Food: Which Is Better For Your Cat's Health?

Posted on: 27 August 2018

You may have been told at one time that wet food is bad for your cat, while at another time someone else may have told you the same thing about dry food. This has likely left you confused about what is best for your pet. Actually, you may be surprised to know that neither is a bad choice for your cat, though they each have their own advantages and disadvantages. Here are some pros and cons of wet and dry cat food to help you decide what is best for your cat.
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Signs Your Dog Has A Urinary Tract Infection

Posted on: 22 August 2018

If your dog's urinary habits have suddenly started to change, you may become concerned, especially if they have also started eating less and drinking more. If so, look for the following signs that your dog may have a urinary tract infection. Frequent Accidents in the House Up until now, your dog may have been consistent in only going to the bathroom outside. However, you may have noticed that they are having frequent accidents in the house, even when they just went outside.
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Romping Or Fighting? How To Tell If Your Cats Hate Or Love Each Other At Playtime

Posted on: 21 August 2018

Cats often fight each other in homes, but it's not always a bad sign. Sometimes cats just wrestle for the fun of it, but at other times, it's a serious fight that could have serious consequences for either or both cats. If you're not sure if your cats are literally at each other's throats or are just having a play-fight, read this guide to find out. Why Cats Fight Cats start wrestling when they're just kittens with their siblings.
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Do Cats Get Cavities? Symptoms And Treatment For Tooth Resoption

Posted on: 20 August 2018

Believe it or not, cats don't get cavities, or at least they don't get traditional dental caries like humans and many other animals get. Instead, cats get a painful condition called tooth resorption which slowly destroys the tooth. This condition is not uncommon, especially in older cats, and while many people think it's normal aging, it's actually a medical condition. Here are some things you should know about tooth resorption and what you can do to prevent and treat the condition.
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