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Why do kittens meow?

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Why do kittens meow?

The truth of the matter is there isn't one clear answer. However, many experts agree that they meow most often because they want something. For example, they might be asking for some food, or to be let outside, or even to cuddle.

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7 Easy Steps To Ease Separation Anxiety in Your Dog

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7 Easy Steps To Ease Separation Anxiety in Your Dog
Separation anxiety can be a serious condition and should never be ignored. It can be dangerous for their well-being and can cause damage both to your beloved pet and your house. 

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Okay, So the Science Behind Raw Pet Food Is Fascinating—And Makes a Strong Case for Switching Your Pet’s Food, Forever

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Okay, So the Science Behind Raw Pet Food Is Fascinating—And Makes a Strong Case for Switching Your Pet’s Food, Forever
Identifying the foods that are going to make your pups feel their best is exactly what veterinarian and research scientist Anna Hielm-Björkman, DVM, PhD, is doing with DogRisk, an independent research program that focuses on how genetic, nutritional, and environmental factors influence disease in dogs.

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5 "Silent" Killers of Cats

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5 "Silent" Killers of Cats
By following these basic tips, you can help keep your four-legged, feline friends healthy--potentially for decades! But as cat guardians, you should also be aware of five “silent” killers in cats.

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Dog Friendly Parks

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Dog Friendly Parks
Dog parks are a great place for dogs to get exercise, learn social skills and most importantly spend quality time with their human outdoors.

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