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New Cat Urine Extractor with Cat P Lee E-mail

We love our pets, all of them, in good times and in bad. Part of that unconditional love means dealing with less than lovable behavior. Like pet stains, spraying, inappropriate elimination and more.

Everyone is looking for a magic cure. We want something that completely removes the pheromones left behind, gets rid of stains, and eliminates odors. We need to make sure it doesn’t encourage the cat or other animals to come back and mark the spot again. We want it to be natural, preferably made in the USA, and most of all, affordable.

Well, good news. I have one for you.

Meet the Cat Urine Extractor...


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A Guide to Fancy Goldfish Care E-mail

Goldfish are members of the carp family, and have been bred for over a thousand years. Along with common types such as comets and shubunkins, there are several different varieties of fancy goldfish sporting unique characteristics such as double tailfins, egg-shaped bodies and telescoping eyes.

Some of the different types of fancy goldfish include fantails, lionheads, black moors, red capped orandas, ranchus, bubble eyes, celestials, pearlscales, and many more. Fancy goldfish have different needs and require different kinds of care than common goldfish. Keep in mind that different varieties may need different care than others. What follows is a basic guide for caring for fancy goldfish.


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Surviving Summer: 8 Tips for Pets in the Heat E-mail

It’s summer. No one knows that better than us as we swelter in temps that should only be experienced inside of an oven. We’ll reach 117 degrees this week and that makes me feel a little terrified for the millions of animals left outdoors by owners who don’t know any better, or worse, don’t care.  We know you’re not one of those people, but we do hope you can pass this article along to someone who may not know better.

It’s important to make sure your pets have shelter that is clean, ventilated and has adequate air circulation, preferably in an area that is shaded all day. Pets can overheat quickly. Watch for these signs of heat exhaustion:

  • loud, rapid panting
  • rapid pulse
  • glazed eyes
  • excessive salivation
  • elevated body temperature
  • excessive whining, agitation and vomiting.

(See these helpful infographics for Identifying Heat Stroke and How to Administer CPR to Your Pets.

If you live in a climate with temperatures exceeding 80 degrees, we have some tips and tricks for you. Read on for the latest in cooling trends for pets...


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10 Ways to Avoid Bloat in Dogs E-mail

Binge eating is just as dangerous for our pets as it is for us. Gulping down food can result in a number of eating disorders and health problems for your pet including simple (but annoying problems) that include passing gas or burping. It also causes more serious problems such as bloat , torsion or Gastric Dilation-Volvulus (GDV).

Below is a very brief overview of the differences between bloat, torsion and GDV - followed by a very detailed overview of how you can stop your dog from wolfing his food and thereby reducing the risk of bloat. If you have a cat, check out this informative article about feeding your cats properly)

Bloat

Bloat is a very serious, often fatal disorder that occurs when your dog’s stomach fills with air, fluid or food. The food puts pressure on other organs, which causes difficulty breathing and reduces the blood supply to vital organs.


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Camping with Pets: Top 10 Threats to Dogs E-mail

Summer is here in most areas of the country, and that means a lot of people will be headed to the mountains with their pets to explore the great outdoors. There's not a dog alive who doesn't enjoy a weekend in the woods and it can be the most gratifying thing you ever do with your pets. But we want you to be prepared before you pack up your pup and hit the trails.

First and foremost is the leash law. Pets are allowed in nearly all national forests, however there are stiff penalties in place devoted to ensuring your pets remain on leash. If you're not sure what the laws are in your area of the country, visit PetFriendlyTravel for an updated list by state and county. Observe all forest and county laws requiring leashed pets. There are national Forest Service regulations which state that pets in all forest campgrounds must be leashed, specifically on a leash that is 6 feet or shorter. Responsible pet ownership requires that all leash laws be obeyed, for the safety of the public, wildlife and other pets.

Beyond that, here is a look at our picks for the Top 10 Camping Threats to Your Pets:


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