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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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09/04/19

Common Dog Health Issues to Watch Out For

Though some canine health-issues are breed-specific, there are many health problems that can affect any dog. Here are some of the most common dog health issues to watch out for in your pets.

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09/04/19

5 Signs Your Cat Is In Pain

As many cat owners can attest, cats might not always be the most vocal or present animals, even around familiar faces. In many cases, this extends to their natural reactions and other habits, which can include hiding their pain. Because of this, it’s even more important to be vigilant concerning your cat’s activities and any unusual changes that might signify a shift in health.

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09/04/19

BCP’s Favorite Healthy Cat Snacks

While dogs are omnivores that can get nutrition from both plant and animal sources, cats are obligate carnivores, meaning they must obtain essential nutrition from animal-based foods. In addition, cats have to eat a relatively high amount of protein to be healthy. So, when choosing snacks for your feline friend, it’s important to choose treats that are full of high-quality protein, without a lot of unnecessary fillers. Before making changes to your pet’s diet, be sure to check with your vet to ensure you’re meeting the specific nutrition needs of your pet.


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