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All posts tagged with “Cat Care.”

The Important Role of being a Foster Parent

09/19/18 at 08:48 AM | by Sandy Robins

Fostering a pet can be a real life-changing experience for that pet as it gives them basic social skills and possibly teaching them to interact around other pets too. Further, fostering older pets that have been saved from a life-changing event such as a devastating fire or flood or even years of abuse, means giving that pet an opportunity to gain confidence and trust humans. All this amounts to a better opportunity of being adopted into a wonderful forever home.

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How to handle pet vomiting (what is normal, when is it a concern)

06/05/17 at 11:15 AM | by Quaker Pet Group

It’s never fun when one of your kids is sick. As pet parents, we want the best for our dogs. And when they are vomiting, we know something isn’t right. But how can we tell if we need to seek medical attention or just let them ride it out?

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Pet First Aid Awareness

05/22/17 at 11:09 AM | by Sandy Robins

If you regularly take your dog places, it’s a good idea to put together a first aid kit to keep permanently in your car to take care of minor issues and possible emergencies until to can get proper veterinary care.

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Creating a Cat-Friendly Home

09/06/16 at 02:00 PM | by Quaker Pet Group

For cats who spend all or the majority of their day inside, it’s important that they are provided with cat friendly activities and spaces to promote mental stimulation and human-friendly behavior. There are a few things you can do to enhance your cat’s experience as a member of your household.

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Special Considerations When Leaving Your Cat At Home During Vacation

07/14/16 at 02:00 PM | by Quaker Pet Group

It’s summer and time for vacation! Oh, but who’s going to take care of the cat? The most comfortable and least stressful place for your feline is in her own home.

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Enhancing Your Cat's Space in Your Home

06/06/16 at 09:42 AM | by Sandy Robins

There is, sadly, a common misconception that all cats living in the same household will automatically get along with one another. In reality, this is not always the case. And, if you think about it, the same applies to people whether it’s in a home or office environment.

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