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Video Of A Cat Comforting An Injured Dog Goes Viral

As pet owners, we all know that our dogs are quite affectionate. Cats, on the other hand, are not as loving – or at least that is the impression. However, cat owners will gladly tell you that their felines have a ton of love to give. Even more so, cats will gladly share their sentiments with their canine companions.  One adorable video showed how much care can exist between a cat and her dog buddy. The footage, which was posted to the subreddit AnimalsBeingBros, was a viral hit. Reddit user @brooklynadm noted on the post, “A pitty and his best

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Labrador Stops A Newborn Baby From Crying

Having a baby is a wonderful event, but it also comes with a lot of responsibility. Even for the most experienced of parents, having a baby can be challenging – especially when they start crying. And unfortunately, crying is really the only way that babies can communicate until they’re able to start learning words. That is why babies will often cry for everything – when they’re hungry, in need of a diaper change, upset, etc. And caring for a newborn who cries a lot can be quite taxing on parents, which is why they often end up needing all the

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Dog Gives His Dad A Big Hug After Getting Surgery

Dogs will always be there for you when you need a hug most. And that can be at any time. You can need a doggie hug after a bad day at work, after the loss of a family member or friend, just because, or after some life-altering occurrence. But mostly, when we’re sick or not well, we appreciate doggie hugs the most. And the same can be said about our dogs as well. As much as we love to think of them as our personal rays of sunshine, we also have to keep in mind that sometimes our pets have

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How To Properly Brush Your Dog’s Teeth And Help Prevent Periodontal Disease

You brush your teeth every day – at least I hope you do. But you do so because you know that good dental hygiene is important to your overall health. And much like us, our dogs need their teeth regularly maintained in order to keep their overall health good. If a dog’s teeth are not regularly maintained, then they can experience medical complications that can become life-threatening. One of these is periodontal disease, which can affect 85% of dogs older than 4 years old. That is why regularly brushing their teeth is important to keep them healthy. It is a

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Giant German Shepherd And Tiny Ferret Are The Most Unlikely Best Friends

Meet Nova, the German shepherd who has formed an adorably close bond with Pacco, the ferret. These two are inseparable and spend all their time together as BFFs, despite the vast difference in sizes. Ferrets are very intelligent creatures who can be quite playful, as well as very affectionate and in constant need of attention. Luckily enough for Pacco, there is never a shortage of attention for him, as Nova is a very sweet dog, and incredibly patient with her ferret friend – even if he gets a little too excited. Keeping dogs and ferrets together always requires a certain

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Rescue Rescue Pit Bull Has An Adorable Maternity Shoot To Help Her Puppies Get Adopted

Mama Pickles had found herself in quite the pickle back in early September when the 2-year-old pit bull was heavily pregnant and wandering the streets alone. Luckily for her, animal control officers were quick to come to her aid, getting her off the streets and locating where she came from. Sadly, when they did find her owners, the animal control officers were surprised to learn that her owners didn’t want her anymore, and were more than happy to leave her at the shelter – how utterly heartbreaking! Since Mama Pickles was very, very pregnant, she required more specialized care than

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What Your Dog’s Bark Is Telling You

Statistics from the North Shore Animal League indicate that roughly 10 percent of all dogs adopted from U.S. shelters are eventually returned because of behavioral problems. But recent studies by the Humane Society have gotten to the heart of the matter, revealing that a full 41 percent of those problems specifically involve excessive, distracting, and often hostile barking. If there’s happy news to be gleaned from all this, it’s that most goodhearted rescuers hang on to their yappy adoptees and simply suffer sans silence. But the bad news is that that’s not really healthy in the long run for man

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What You Need To Know About Heartworm

My passion is protecting dogs in all ways — promoting spay and neuter to reduce the population of unwanted animals, encouraging people to rescue dogs from shelters, and helping them to find a balanced relationship that will make for a happy dog and happy humans. But I also want to protect dogs from disease, and there’s one killer lurking out there that is silent and invisible. If there are mosquitos in your area (and that’s very likely), then your dog is at risk. I’m going to share with you what you need to know about heart worm disease. While it’s

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About Cesar

About Cesar It’s not where you are at today or where you came from but where you will be at tomorrow. – Cesar Millan My Origin Story Cesar Millan born César Felipe Millán Favela in August 27, 1969 is a Mexican-American dog behaviourist. He is widely known for his television series Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan, broadcast in more than one hundred countries worldwide. Prior to The Dog Whisperer series, Millan focused on rehabilitating severely aggressive dogs and founded the Dog Psychology Center I  in East Los Angeles which later moved to its permanent home in Santa Clarita, California. With more than 25 years of experience, world-renowned dog

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Are You Killing Your Dog With Kindness?

Recently, we covered the story of Dennis the dieting dachshund, a tiny 12 year-old dog who weighed in at an incredible 56 pounds — or about 25 kilograms. Fortunately, his family did the right thing and, with proper diet and exercise, he managed to trim down until his weight matched his age. He was clearly much happier and much healthier. The story of Dennis is, sadly, not unique. According to the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention, 52.7 percent of dogs are overweight or obese. Just like with humans, excess weight in dogs can lead to all kinds of health problems — canine

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