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You may have noticed your dog radiating nervous energy from time to time: biting herself, pacing, defecating or urinating in the house, howling and whimpering, or even exerting destructive behaviors (ASPCA). Many dogs actually experience anxiety, and it’s not so different from the anxiety we feel!    The most common cause of anxiety in dogs is separation from an owner. No matter how temporary, your dog is never certain of your return, and therefore, she might get upset when you leave her alone. Many dogs experience anxiety. Fortunately, there are things you can do to help reassure your four-legged-companion and...

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These gorgeous birds are a great one to start out the list - they are known all across the world for their incredible, golden plumage, and the intricate pattern of layered red feathers at their throats. With a shock of bright yellow along their heads, these birds are a prize to any bird-watcher out there. Generally, they are poor fliers, and spend most of their lives on the ground throughout China, though many live in captivity. 

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We tend to think of cats as cute, cuddly, purring pets who like to nap in patches of sunlight and occasionally chase after a string. However, there are hundreds of different species in the feline family, and some of them are incredible, powerful, wild animals. 

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If you’re like most people, one of the first things and last things you do in a day as brushing your teeth. Not only does it prevent bad breath, but it keeps your teeth from rotting, getting cavities, or developing infections such as gum disease. Just like people, dogs and cats have teeth too, and teeth need to be cleaned! 95% of people don’t regularly brush their pet’s teeth. It is important to maintain every aspect of your pet’s health, including dental and oral, as diseases and baby-tooth retention can cause serious pain to your pet. Before wrestling with your...

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There are countless benefits to adopting a dog. Not only are dogs classically devoted companions, but studies have shown owning a dog can actually be beneficial to your health!  Dogs encourage an active lifestyle by nature: the majority of dogs, particularly younger ones, are extremely energetic and need to exercise every single day. The necessity of play for your dog will help motivate you to get out and go for a run or take a long walk around the neighborhood. Soon, this will become part of your daily routine! It’s also always nice to have a companion along for these...

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