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Going Outdoors – Don’t Forget to Check for Parasites After!

Are you the kind of person who loves to hike every weekend? Or simply likes to go for a picnic in the park on a sunny day? Have you considered

10 Reasons Why Pets Prepare You for Parenthood

Preparing for parenthood No matter how many books your read or how much good advice you’re gathering, chances are you’ll find yourself, at some time or another, wondering: “Am I

Why Should Children Grow Up With Pets?

Have you ever wondered why children and pets make such good playmates? The advantages are enormous and as we evolve culturally and socially, pets become as much a part of

New Pet? What are the owners’ responsabilities?

As in parenthood, pet owners have inherent responsibilities. Having a dog, a cat, or any other animal is a privilege that can bring joy to our life. However, it takes

7 Instagram Puppies and Kitties, and What They Teach You About Pets

  12.01.2017   Cats, Dogs, Pets in society   No comments

Hey animal lovers! Do you have a hard time choosing your favorite instagram puppies or kitties? For us it’s super hard! Since we are all about cuteness this month, we’ve

8 Tips for You to Become a Better Pet Parent in 2017

Whether you are planning to adopt a pet in 2017 or you already have four-legged friends at home, improving your pet-parenting skills is always a good idea. 1. If you

7 New Year’s Resolutions We’re Sure Our Pets Would Love to Achieve

  5.01.2017   Cats, Dogs, Pets in society   No comments

Another year has come and gone. As you look back, you probably have many fond memories of your pets. We love them to death, but sometimes they seem to miss

3 Must-Follow Perfect Pooches on Instagram

  24.11.2016   Dogs, Pets in society   No comments

Over the last couple of years, Instagram has become a place where more and more people are showing off their adorable dogs’ lives. Some may even say we follow more

5 Steps to Preventing Pet Illnesses

We all know the phrase “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure“. This is true, also, in veterinary medicine. Like humans, our pets can become ill for