Care (102 posts)

— Tamara Peco
Leaving Cats Home Alone: Everything You Need to Know

Felines can generally handle alone time better than dogs can. Read about the issues of leaving cats alone and learn how to keep cats entertained and safe. »

— Guest Author
7 Critical Signs Your Pet Needs Immediate Veterinary Attention

Make sure you act at the first signs of disease by bringing your pet to the best veterinary specialist in your area for prompt and proper medical care and attention. »

— Petfeed Team
Dog Breeds That Do and Don’t Bark

There are some dogs that are almost certain to bark less than others. At the opposite end, there are dogs who are considered high-maintenance on the barking scale. »

— Petfeed Team
Different Dog Sounds and What They Mean

Dog sounds can convey important meaning and the better you can get at discerning them, the better you’ll understand your four-legged companion. »

— Pippa Elliott
Puppy Care 101: A Guide for the First Time Puppy Owner

Learn how to prepare for the patter of puppy paws. Discover how to raise a happy puppy and get potty training, feeding, healthcare and much more, right from the start. »

— Guest Author
8 Useful Tips on How to Care for a Senior Dog

Older dogs have different needs compared to puppies and adults so it is important to learn how to care for a senior dog in order to keep him healthy. »

— Petfeed Team
Obesity in Dogs: The Dangers of Having an Overweight Dog

Obesity in dogs is the number one preventable disease in pets. Read our guide on how to tell if your dog is overweight and choose the best dog diet food. »

— Petfeed Team
Cat Behaviors and Common Problems Explained

Every cat owner has been boggled by certain cat behaviors. Trying to decipher cat behavior problems can be tricky, but here’s how to better understand your cat's behavior. »

— Vetted Pet Care
Kennel Cough in Dogs: a Highly Infectious Respiratory Disease

Kennel cough is commonly found and transmitted in places dogs congregate like boarding facilities, at the groomer, doggy day care, and even the dog park. »

— Pippa Elliott
Is My Cat Depressed? The Sad Cat Decoded

Depression in cats is a real condition. The main signs include changes in behavior and poor appetite. Learn how to spot a sad cat and then how to get those purrs back. »

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