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There are indeed some cats that cause less sneezing, itching, and sniffling for pet owners with allergies or asthma. But here's what experts want you to know when it comes to "hypoallergenic" breeds and picking the right pet.
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With their super vision and hearing, it’s only natural to believe cats sense more (a lot more!) than we do. Here’s what might be going on.
Have a special pooch? (Aren’t they all?) One of these names will surely highlight their individuality.
Even if we think it’s just playtime, your dog has deeper reasons for liking this noise.
We can’t help but make happy biscuits over Siamese, Persian, Himalayan, and other kitties with sky-colored peepers.
Most common toads cause your pup to have an unpleasant reaction for an hour or so, but cane and Colorado River toads are definitely to be avoided.
Being eco-minded is more than just using biodegradable poop bags (although they may help!). Learn about other things you can do every day to show Earth love.
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No pup is completely hypoallergenic, but certain breeds might be a better fit than others.
Yes, tiny dogs are adorable! But understand that small pups often require more research prior to coming home and dedicated attention afterward to assure their good health.
Being eco-minded is more than just using biodegradable poop bags (although they may help!). Learn about other things you can do every day to show Earth love.
No pup is completely hypoallergenic, but certain breeds might be a better fit than others.
Yes, tiny dogs are adorable! But understand that small pups often require more research prior to coming home and dedicated attention afterward to assure their good health.
Anyone who’s ever had a cat probably knows this, but an animal behaviorist reinforces why cats are loving, social creatures.