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  • Bringing Your New Dog Home

    No doubt you're looking forward to a lifelong friendship with your new buddy. But try to keep in mind the confusion he's feeling. He's likely to be a little disoriented, so read on to find out how to help him.More >>
  • Bringing Your New Cat Home

    Your cat looks to you for everything: love, warmth, food, comfort, protection. It doesn't have to be an overwhelming responsibility -- just follow these simple guidelines.More >>
  • When New Pet Meets Old Pet

    Fights, behavior changes, and housetraining mishaps. Sound familiar? They're all common consequences of upsetting the status quo. More >>
  • Introducing Your Pet and New Baby

    With proper training, supervision, and adjustments, you, your new baby, and your pet should be able to live together safely and happily as one (now larger) family.More >>
  • Mending a Pet's 'Wild Ways'

    Pet owners who misunderstand their pets' behavior may be tempted to draw a line in the sand when it comes to acceptable animal conduct. Find a compromise you both can live with. More >>
  • Veterinary Care

    Ideally, you will want a veterinarian who shares your philosophy of preventive health care and is an active participant in meeting your pet's needs.More >>
  • 7 Steps to Happier Pets

    Need some advice? Check out our seven simple steps to make all your lives happier and healthier. More >>
  • From The Daily CatMore>>

  • Why doesn't my cat like catnip?

    Why doesn't my cat like catnip?

    Believe or not, some cats just aren’t drawn to catnip. Here’s why.

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    Believe or not, some cats just aren’t drawn to catnip. Here’s why.

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  • Houseplants vs. your cat

    Houseplants vs. your cat

    Before adding a touch of nature to your home with houseplants, it's important to know what types of plants may be harmful to your cat and which are safe.
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    Before adding a touch of nature to your home with houseplants, it's important to know what types of plants may be harmful to your cat and which are safe. In fact, some plants are extremely poisonous to cats, and others can cause them to become very ill.More >>
  • Keeping your cat happy when you're not at home

    Keeping your cat happy when you're not at home

    As much as I'd love to spend my days cuddling and playing with my cat, necessity dictates that I must, on occasion, leave my apartment.More >>
    As much as I'd love to spend my days cuddling and playing with my cat, necessity dictates that I must, on occasion, leave my apartment.
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