THAT’S WHY THEY CALL IT THE BLUES…

Chances are, we’ve all hit rough patches in life that drag us down, and sap our spirit.  It isn’t uncommon for our furry little friends to mirror our demeanor…they seem to be anxious when we’re anxious, depressed when we’re depressed.  While they have no idea what’s going on in our lives, they know that their best friend isn’t the same, and things have become very different in their world.  Some pets work through life’s interruptions better than others.  They switch their attention from us to other forms of entertainment…playing with toys, looking out the window, licking their paws, chewing things
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Pet Safety for Stormy Weather

Every pet parent knows that when a storm is coming, it could spell disaster—not just for your lawn furniture, but your pets, too! Many pets are more sensitive to the changes in the weather than we are, and they don’t always understand that those loud booms and flashes of light can’t hurt them when they’re safely inside. While we can try to keep them calm, often our soothing words fall on deaf ears. Luckily, we have some advice on ways you can prepare for the storm and suffer minimal pet breakdowns!   Keeping Calm When Seeking Shelter As with so
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WHY WON’T YOU USE YOUR LITTER BOX?

There are few behaviors more frustrating to cat owners than the cat who suddenly begins to soil outside the litter box. In fact, it is one of the main reasons owners abandon their cats or drop them off in shelters, where they’re often euthanized. Cats who exhibit this behavior are mistakenly labeled spiteful or angry when in reality, neither is true. This behavior is a call for help. Something in their life has gone seriously wrong! Most often the underlying cause relates to the home environment, a natural instinct to mark, or underlying illness. Let’s take a look at what
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