Uteki

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Date registered: November 18, 2013

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  1. Tips for New Pet Owners — July 9, 2017
  2. 4 Tips for Helping Pets in Need — July 9, 2017
  3. Taking Your Dog to a Dog Park — January 1, 2017
  4. Caring For Your Persian Cat’s Fur in Winter — December 23, 2016
  5. Discover Fun Ways to Keep Your Pet Active This Fall — October 5, 2016

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  1. How to Care for Your Senior Cat — 2 comments
  2. Diabetes in Cats: Signs, Symptoms and Treatment — 1 comment
  3. City Dog Walking in Winter — 1 comment
  4. Avoid feeding your cat these 5 foods — 1 comment

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Aug 25

Hairball Prevention and Remedies for Your Cat

Any cat owner is more than aware of their pet’s propensity for hairballs, and hairball control is a topmost priority for the benefit of the cat as well as their human companions. It’s never pleasant to slip out of bed for a late night snack only to step on a cool, hairball cluster right next …

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Aug 25

The Abyssinian Cat

Known for its distinctive fur and its country-wide popularity, the Abyssinian cat has become a happy addition to many homes, and seems to be poised to arrive at many more. Origins While rumors of the Abyssinian commonly trace back to Ethiopia, this cat’s origins remain unclear. Genetic and DNA testing have traced this popular breed …

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Aug 24

The Truth (And Myth) About Your Cat’s Food

Pets are a source of joy, comfort and security in a hectic and fast-paced life. We let these furry creatures into our homes, into our lives and into our hearts and we treat them like members of the family – because they are. It’s easy to peruse the stocks of feline food available on any …

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Aug 22

How to Train a Cat to Stay Off the Counters

If you’re a content cat owner, you’re already aware that your cat seems to enjoy jumping up on anything above their typical position on the floor or couch. They like having a high vantage point from which they can survey their surroundings like the king or queen of the castle. If your cats are continually …

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Aug 21

Walking Your City Dog in Summer

If you live in the city and have ever thought “boy, how about this heat” in summer, then think what it’s like for your dog. If short haired dogs can overheat in high temperatures then long haired dogs must suffer terribly! But walking your city dog in summer doesn’t have to be such an ordeal …

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Aug 21

About The Sphynx Cat

Perhaps the world’s most bizarre feline, the Sphynx cat has a unique hairless look that sets it apart from other cats. But that’s not all. It’s a rather rare and unusual breed of cat, and has been described to feel like a warm suede hot water bottle. These cats need special care, but all the …

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Aug 21

The Scottish Fold Cat

If you’re looking for an affectionate, caring and beautiful breed of cat to add to your family, look no further than the Scottish Fold. With a prestigious heritage and a lifetime of pleasure for your family, this breed is a perfect addition to a cat-loving household and it easily provides a lifetime of enjoyment, fulfillment …

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Aug 18

Uncover the Mystery of Why Cats Purr

As a cat owner, I love the hypnotic sound of a cat’s purr. But, I’ve always asked myself the question, “Why do cats purr?” So, I decided to do some research on the topic and found some interesting answers. Weird Science – My Homegrown Investigation The initial investigation started right here in my own home …

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Aug 14

The Rudiments Of Water Chemistry

Most aquarists will happily debate water quality to the point of being obsessive. Water is, after all, the atmosphere on which your pets depend. It isn’t necessary to have a degree in chemistry to maintain a healthy aquarium, but you will need to do some water testing. Axolotls are extremely sensitive to water quality. You …

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Aug 14

City Dog Walking Advice

City dog walking requires 360 degree awareness at all times Dogs love cities! What they lose in wide open space is made up for in the volume of sights, sounds and smells which envelop a dog during their time outside. Many owners who have moved their suburban or rural dog to the city have found …

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