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Does your dog stinks ? Five possible reasons

dog stinks

We know you are a responsible owner and bathe your four-legged friend regularly. You keep track of flea and tick medication, you buy a healthy and balanced food. And you swear that your pet has not been the target of the fetid burst of a pretty but fragrant skunk. Still, …

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Do dogs and cats need sleep as much as we do?

cats need sleep

If you live with a cat or a dog, chances are that your furry companion is at the moment taking a nap. All animals need sleep: sleep hours help us retain what we have learned and are essential for our immune system to function well. But there are species that …

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How to get your puppy not to pee at home

puppy not to pee

We know: being a perfect dog human is hard work. The task is complicated if, suppose, your dog starts peeing inside the house. You clean it thoroughly. But it happens again; and after a few days it happens again. And if you want to test your nerves, adopt a puppy: …

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Why cats prefer to drink water from the tap?

cats prefer to drink water

Cats do not stop surprising us. Nor to ask ourselves questions about his many times considered “strange behaviors.” And Twitter is a reflection of this: a few months ago the social network exploded with funny videos of pussies with “drinking problems”, after becoming viral a video of a cat who …

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Why your cat can’t be vegan or vegetarian

vegan cats

The global inclination to abandon meat consumption or at least reduce it is such that The Economist has declared this 2019 as “The Year of the Vegan.” But the trend raises doubts, especially when it comes to our hairiest friends: can cats or dogs become vegan? We already clarified at …

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Do dogs and cats also get lice?

dogs and cats lice

Oddly enough, dogs and cats can also catch lice. Although we associate these insects with the head of the children, and with the dreaded circulars of the school that warn of their arrival in the classrooms, these unwanted guests can also affect our four-legged friends. And, contrary to what happens …

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