What Do Cats Think About Us? You May Be Surprised

What Do Cats Think About Us? You May Be Surprised Unlike dogs, our feline friends treat us like other cats, author says.

BY Christine Dell’amore

| Article Featured on National Geographic

Since cats first got their adorable claws into us about 9,500 years ago, humans have had a love affair with felines.

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Watch: Vacaville Police Rescue 60 Shelter Animals Before Nelson Fire Strikes

Watch: Vacaville Police Rescue 60 Shelter Animals Before Nelson Fire Strikes By Kendall Curley | Featured on PetMD

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According to the Sacramento Bee, the Nelson Fire started around 5 p.m. on Friday, August 10, and “burned through 2,162 acres between Fairfield and Vacaville in Solano County,” in California.

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Get the Right Dog Camping Gear for Camping With Dogs

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By Diana Bocco | Featured on PetMD

Planning to go camping with dogs? The first step is making sure your pup is up to date on vaccines for rabies, distemper, Lyme disease and leptospirosis, and discussing flea and tick prevention with your veterinarian. And the next step is getting the right gear . . . → Read More: 6 Dog Camping Gear Essentials for Camping With Dogs

How to Help a Puppy Who Isn’t Gaining Weight

How to Help a Puppy Who Isn’t Gaining Weight

By Paula Fitzsimmons | Article Featured on PetMD

You’re feeding your puppy a nutritionally-balanced diet and following the directions on the label with precision. You watch as your new best friend voraciously eats his dog food, and surmise his appetite isn’t the problem. Despite your . . . → Read More: How to Help a Puppy Who Isn’t Gaining Weight

Top Ten Fourth of July Pet Safety Tips

Top Ten Fourth of July Pet Safety Tips

Article By Yahaira Cespedes | Featured on PetMD

Like many Americans, you may be planning to have a festive Fourth of July. Along with barbeques and day at the beach, no July holiday celebration would be complete without enjoying the fireworks that celebrate the birth of . . . → Read More: Top Ten Fourth of July Pet Safety Tips

Balcony Safety and Pets: How to Avoid High-Rise Risks

By Paula Fitzsimmons

Balcony Safety and Pets: How to Avoid High-Rise Risks

If your balcony is your go-to spot to enjoy fresh air and sunshine, it’s only fitting to want to let your cat or dog enjoy it with you. But is it a good idea?

Balconies can be dangerous places for cats and dogs; . . . → Read More: Balcony Safety and Pets: How to Avoid High-Rise Risks

Why You Shouldn't Buy a Bunny For Easter

Rabbits are prey animals. They don’t like being picked up and cuddled. The child wants to carry it around — but for a prey animal, such as a rabbit, it’s terrifying.

Is your household ready and willing to care for a new rabbit beyond the holiday?

Article by Jillian Blume | Featured on Petful.com

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Pets and Newborns: Myths You Shouldn’t Believe

By John Plichter | Article Featured on PetMD

When you’re a new parent, it can seem like everyone has advice. From how to feed your baby to how to put her to sleep, there are plenty of opinions out there—and many of them sound a little suspect.

One area that’s especially confusing? Newborns and . . . → Read More: Pets and Newborns: Myths You Shouldn’t Believe

Pet Exposure May Reduce Allergies and Obesity in Children

Pet Exposure May Reduce Allergies and Obesity in Children

Article Found on Science Daily

If you need a reason to become a dog lover, how about their ability to help protect kids from allergies and obesity?

A new University of Alberta study showed that babies from families with pets — . . . → Read More: Pet Exposure May Reduce Allergies and Obesity in Children

How Dogs Help People Get Along Better

How Dogs Help People Get Along Better

Article by Jill Suttie | Found on Animal Health Foundation

A new study suggests that when dogs are around, groups are closer, more cooperative, and more trusting.

My dog, Casey, is one of my favorite beings on the planet. Not only is he extremely cute, his presence . . . → Read More: How Dogs Help People Get Along Better