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The bark of a dog can be one of the most distressing sounds that people have to put up with. It is certainly one of the most common complaints that animal control officers receive about neighborhood dogs. But why is it that dogs bark? Do...

It is not uncommon for dogs to be frightened of thunder, firecrackers or other loud sounds. These types of fears may develop even though your dog has had no traumatic experiences associated with the sound. Many fear related problems can be successfully resolved. However, if...

What effect declawing has on a cat’s behavior is a controversial topic that actually involves several different issues. One involves personal beliefs about whether declawing is ethically acceptable. Personal beliefs about the acceptability of these procedures are a separate issue from what effects these procedures...

While bites from dogs tend to receive a lot of attention, it is rare to see an article or new story on cat bites. Aggressive behavior toward people is probably second only to elimination as the most common behavior problem we see in cats. Cats...

A survey by the national Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta ("CDC") concluded that dogs bite nearly 2% of the U.S. population -- more than 4.7 million people annually. (Sacks JJ, Kresnow M, Houston B. Dog bites: how big a problem? Injury...

I don’t think there is an area in a dog's life that takes so much attention as flea control. These tough, little, relentless survivors called fleas will actually even eat each other when your dog or cat is not around. Fleas actually spend most of their...

Plants that are 'Non' Poisonous to Dogs and Cats Below is a list of plants that are not poisonious to dogs and cats. This list was put together by the Animal Poison Control Center. More information can be found by visiting ASPCA's web site. Should your...

As dogs age, a variety of conditions develop. Their gait slows down, their eyes may cloud over, their hearing becomes less and less acute, and lumps begin to develop. The majority of lumps are benign tumors and although a veterinarian should examine each new lump,...

Is your dog bumping into the things they would normally avoid? Do they seem lost or unwilling to move even in their own house at times if the lights are low or when it is dark? Does your pet miss where the ball lands when...

It has been said that a house is not a home without a pet.  It seems that a growing number of people take the popular saying to heart.  Statistics prove that pet ownership is at an all-time high and the numbers just keep increasing as...