The holiday season is around the bend, which means that many people will be taking trips to see their family. If your family has a trip coming up and you are planning to drive to your destination, you may want to bring your furry friend along. Going on a road trip with a dog can not only be convenient — it can also be tons of fun, too. Here are some tips for taking a road trip with your dog, so that the voyage is one loved by both your family and your pup.
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The winter holidays are almost here, and for many, they’re a great time to go on vacation. Vacations can be relaxing, fun, and rejuvenating — but they can also have an element of stress if you have to leave your beloved furry friend behind. Going on vacation can be particularly stressful if your pet suffers from separation anxiety. Luckily, there are some steps that you can take to make the experience bearable — and even enjoyable — for both you and your pup. Here are a few of the easiest.
Many pet owners struggle to calm the fears of an anxious pet. Just like humans, dogs and cats can develop anxiety triggers (or even phobias) that cause them to be extremely jumpy or irritable, even in common, everyday situations. If your pet struggles with anxiety, here are some ways you can help alleviate the problem — or at least reduce their fears considerably.
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Does your dog or cat seem to drink a lot of water? Do they urinate more than average? Do they seem more sluggish than normal? Diabetes in cats and dogs is more common than you might think. Read on to learn about the symptoms and effects of this illness — and how to handle it.