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Cats are considered immune to many diseases and dont easily show symptoms even if they have one. However, most of them have worm infection by birth and are transferable to humans as well, which is why it is important to deworm your cats regularly. Cats are generally infected by two types of worms i.e. tapeworms
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Advertisement Cats are supposed to be natural-born hunters. Put them in a barn, a warehouse, or your kitchen, and they’ll earn their room and board by chasing away pests and vermin. But what happens when they don’t? There are some cats that live for the thrill of the hunt, but for other felines, batting around
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Its fleas and tick season again. Try as hard as you can, but there’s no escape or perfect remedy against these adamant parasites.  If you are troubled with the question of how to get rid of fleas, a few things are important to know about: Fleas and ticks mostly thrive in areas with warm temperatures
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Dog ticks are a common site for all pet parents. Their furry babies are an easy prey of these annoying insects. Ticks are doubly harmful as they not only damage the pet’s health but also transmit diseases causing bacteria and viruses to the host dog. Typically active during the warm climates, these parasites suck the
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“Why my dog licks too much?”  “My dog literally cannot stop licking…he won’t listen when I tell him to stop. It’s not like he’s biting or anything…but sometimes he won’t stop licking..he needs to learn not to lick…any advice????????”  This is the most common question that many pet owners around the world post it on
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Advertisement Cats primarily communicate with one another using body language. They are far more vocal in the presence of humans, but they still utilize many of the same physical cues to express their feelings to us. Having a feline posterior directed at your face may not seem like a sign of affection, but rest assured,
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Fleas and ticks are the worst enemies of dogs that all pet owners know. They constantly work to kill and control these pesky parasites from harming their pets. Mostly pet parents use different types of flea medications to prevent fleas and ticks on dogs and cats. Whether you opt for flea and tick topical treatment,
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Most of the pet parents having only a cat or a dog wonder whether canines and felines can live together in case if they add a new animal member to the family. As the assumption goes, most of the people think that cats and dogs cannot live serenely together. Well, this is an age-old adage
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