Posts from June, 2020
Cats are widely perceived as solitary, independent, or aloof pets. They may not be as demanding as dogs, but that doesn’t mean they don’t require – or benefit from – company, interaction, and affection.
The truth is, cats need close companionship, and value their owner’s involvement in their day-to-day needs. Unfortunately, separation anxiety in cats is a natural consequence of our busy lifestyles, but it doesn’t have to have a lasting impact on feline health.
Understanding the Scope Cat Separation Anxiety
A bonded cat is a beautiful thing, but a deep connection to their owner can have a profound impact on their ability to cope with solitude. Separation anxiety in cats can cause many different symptoms, such as:Continue…
Raising a happy and healthy dog comes with a certain set of requirements: a nutritious diet, regular wellness care, vaccinations and parasite prevention, daily exercise, and lots of love (of course). Few people think of socialization as an important aspect of pet care, but that couldn’t be farther from the truth.
Dog and puppy socialization is the backbone of your pet’s emotional health and physical safety. In this age of social distancing, however, people are finding it difficult to make sure their new pets get plenty of exposure to the great big world. The Pet Experts want you to know that it is possible to socialize your pet while social distancing, and maybe even have a little bit of fun in the process.Continue…
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