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Our pets are part of the family, and we want to keep them healthy, happy, and safe. But sometimes it's impossible to protect them from an accident or illness, and with the rising cost of veterinary care, bills can quickly add up. Many pet parents are not in a position to cover these unexpected costs—that's where pet insurance comes in. Pet insurance is for those unexpected mishaps, catastrophes and illnesses that you just can't plan for—like when the dog accidentally eats something he shouldn't. Bottom line: if you have pet insurance, you don't have to make a hard choice between...

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It's not that you can't play "chase" with your dog in the state of Pennsylvania. But if your dog is seen chasing you by someone who doesn't quite understand the dynamic, that person can legally shoot your dog, according to FindLaw.com.

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Your little friend must be the best companion you have in your home. Whether you are living alone or with a huge family, a dog is the best companion. They are described as the most loyal friends. A dog understands you more than any of your friends, maybe more than your spouse. The pet will never judge you harshly; to dogs, loyalty means confidence all the way. Irrespective of how you will be behaving the next day, the dog will not run away because dogs have high intuition and they know when you are low in spirits. If you have...

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No matter what litter you choose, filling the box with too much or too little litter can cause problems for your cat, you the owner and your home. Filling the box with too much litter is bad news for you as it will likely get kicked out over the box and you'll end up sweeping litter that gets tracked everywhere. Even if your litter box is covered, if there is too much litter in there it will easily find its way onto your floor or carpets. Using way too much litter is also very wasteful. You will still have to...

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If you have a healthy, young dog who is acclimated to the cold and has the coat common in the Northern breeds, you likely won't have to invest in canine clothing for walks in the snow. In general there are three kinds of dogs that will benefit the most from the insulation provided by a sweater or coat, as well as the protection afforded by life as a pampered house pet. Small dogs, dogs who are chronically ill, elderly or both, Greyhounds, Whippets, dogs who have a similar thin body type, and those with short fur have more difficulty generating...

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