Why is my cat getting so thin?

Losing weight is a common feline problem, especially in older cats. It's up to you to figure out if your cat is losing weight (not what you see). This is because a fluffy cat fur coat can easily cover how thin or thin your cat becomes. Note that if your cat feels "skinny" when dressing or touching, when you pick it up, please note that if you usually have a fat cat friend feels light as feathers.

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Feeding old dogs

Just as we all want to live more productively, we also hope that our pets will live longer and be happier. Many dogs live healthier and more active than in the past. The average life expectancy of a North American or European dog is 12.8 years. In the past 100 years, this has been a huge increase in life, mainly due to better food and better medical care. Older dogs, like the elderly, experience a great deal of aging and degeneration as a result of their age – older dogs are undergoing many physiological changes. It depends largely on the type of dog, and the metabolism and aging process change at different ages. Some of these factors are inevitable. Others can be managed through diet.

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What should I do if my cat's eyes are inflamed

Your cat's eye will be inflamed for a variety of reasons, from easy to repair to very serious conditions.

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Is my rabbit stressed?

Your pet rabbit will need to be able to perform their natural behavior comfortably to get happy and healthy. All rabbits are individuals, but if your rabbit's behavior suddenly changes, please consult your veterinarian's advice. Rabbit behavior can vary depending on age, personality, or past experience. However, it is common to see frightened or painful rabbits develop the habit of attacking or hiding. Other indications are that rabbits may be under stress or fear, including chewing cage bars, excessive grooming, changing feeding or toileting habits, or repeatedly surrounding the fence.

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Horse health and welfare

Make sure your horse or pony is protected from pain, pain, injury and disease. Check your horse every day for signs of injury and illness. If you are not there, someone must come.

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Give up unwanted pets

It is very worthwhile to keep a pet, but it also has a lot of responsibility. Some owners find themselves in a situation where they need to give up their pets. There may be many reasons for this, but giving them up should be the last choice.

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Make sure your dog has the right companion

Dogs are animals that like to communicate. If they are treated like puppies, they will learn to treat us as friends and partners. If they are socialized with other dogs early, it can improve their quality of life.

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How can I prevent the cat from entering my garden?

Initially, avoid feeding stray cats as this will encourage them to return to your garden. Otherwise, through densely planted shrubs, cats are less likely to dig holes in your garden (you can also use pebbles or sawdust). You can also keep the flower beds moist, because cats usually don't like wet ground. If a cat really enters your garden, you can tap or pat it at any time, or even install a spray that automatically detects exercise. Otherwise, a high and dense fence will make it difficult for cats to enter your garden.

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Check out our top ten cat facts

No two cats are the same, but understanding the biology and behavior of cats can help you better understand your pet.

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Tiny beads have revolutionized cat cancer treatment

Beads are changing the way some veterinarians treat cancer. These beads are effective, inexpensive, and have few side effects. Are they too good, can't they be true?

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Why choose an exotic pet?

People often asked would I like a foreign pet (bird, rabbit, guinea pig, chinchillas, ferrets, lizards, turtles, snakes, hedgehogs, sugar gliders or other unique animals), more than a dog or cat. My answer to this question is that there is no single answer. Of course, there are no problems with cats and dogs; except for my exotic family members, I like these animals, as well as some of my own.

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