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11/06/19

Pet Storm Safety

In recent years, it seems hundred year storms and thousand year storms are way more common than the name suggests. For those of us here in Houston, they can be all too common. With many still feeling the effects of hurricane Harvey, and others along the southeastern U.S. recovering from Irma and Michael, major storms and other weather events are a fairly common concern during certain parts of the year.

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10/08/19

Unexpected Toxic Food for Pets

We all have that friend that loves staring at other people’s food. German people have a whole word for it: “futterneid” or food jealousy. Zoey, my closest canine compatriot, is about 100 lbs of pure food jealousy. 

While I’d love to indulge her many jealousies, it’s my responsibility to look out for her well-being. That’s easy enough to do when it means shepherding her away from busy streets, but when it comes to what she can and can’t eat, things get a little more complicated. 

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10/04/19

Things to Know When Your Cat Has Diabetes

Diabetes is a condition that occurs when a cat doesn’t produce enough insulin to balance their blood sugar. Diabetes is a very serious medical condition that can result in death if not properly treated and managed.

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09/06/19

Tips for Socializing Your Cat

Like humans and other types of pets, cats have unique personalities. Some cats love to be the center of attention, while others tend to run and hide whenever someone gets too close. Unfortunately, if your cat leans toward being anti-social, it can also mean your cat is constantly anxious and afraid. Socializing a cat isn’t just about encouraging your cat to spend more time with you. It’s about helping them to reduce their fears and improve their overall quality of life. A more confident cat will be a happier cat.

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