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Renaming An Adopted Pet: Should You Do It?

Renaming An Adopted Pet: Should You Do It?

Adopting a new cat or dog can be a life-changing experience for both you and your pet. Early on, it will also be an experience full of adjustments on both sides. For instance, you will have to make an important decision once you’re back home with your new pet. To be...
Name: Choosing One for Your Pet

Name: Choosing One for Your Pet

Completing the adoption process for your new cat or dog is a joyous occasion. Now that it’s over, you can bring your pet home and start making happy memories with them. So, have you decided on a name for your new puppy or kitten? You may have forgotten about that...
Painting: Should Pet Stay In Home?

Painting: Should Pet Stay In Home?

An ugly paint job can ruin any design scheme. Re-painting will be necessary if you don’t want to present your home in an unflattering light. However, the presence of a cat and dog inside your home can make the task of re-painting a bit tricky. That is especially true...
Painting Safety Around Pets

Painting Safety Around Pets

Re-painting your home may become a necessity after every few years. However, completing that project is easier said than done if you have a cat or dog at home. You want to push forward with painting, but you don’t want to endanger your pets either. Painting your home...
Paint: Which To Use Around Pets

Paint: Which To Use Around Pets

After some time, the paint on your walls may start to chip away and become discolored. It’s time for you to apply a fresh coat of paint, but that’s not so easy if you share a home with a cat, dog, or perhaps both. Paint can get on your pet’s fur and that’s not even...
Dry Nose: Ways To Prevent It

Dry Nose: Ways To Prevent It

A cat or dog’s nose may become increasingly dry over time. The dryness can be caused by numerous factors including the weather, your pet’s activity level, and even an illness of some kind. It’s also possible that the dry nose your cat or dog has is natural to them....