Pet Health

Reduce Animal-Related Allergens in the Home

Cats, dogs, birds ... people enjoy the companionship and unconditional love that pets provide. But sharing a living space with a pet takes a measure of patience. That's because pets can often contribute to indoor air pollution that triggers allergies in many individuals. From animal fur and dander to microscopic parasites, having a pet means you'll have to work a little harder to keep your home clean.
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Treating the Overweight Pet

Most people know that obesity is a problem for the human race, but what about our pets? The fact is recent research indicates at least 40 percent of the American pet population is overweight. Dogs and cats could be following the poor exercise and eating habits of their owners.
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Pets Not Immune to Feelings of Anxiety

Throughout the country's economic struggles, many Americans began to suffer anxiety. With a sagging job market and a housing crisis that witnessed many people lose their homes, it's no wonder the year 2009 is one many people might never forget, no matter how much they'd like to.
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Acclimating Your Dog to a New Baby

Babies require a lot of work -- just gaze into the tired eyes of any new parents, and this fact will be quickly realized. Even still, many people underestimate the amount of time and effort that goes into caring for a baby. If you have a dog in the house, he will likely have to relinquish his top spot to the new bundle of joy.
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