How To Walk Your Cat On A Leash

How To Walk Your Cat On A Leash

​ How To Walk Your Cat On A Leash Ok, so many years ago I had two cats who I took out on a leash a few times. It actually worked out well, but I wish I had prepared better and that’s what this video is about. ​First, let’s talk about safety. Your cat does need […]

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Giving Your Dog People Food

Giving Your Dog People Food

​Alright, I have to address the elephant in the room – – a huge cultural misconception we have … ​When was the last time you heard someone say ​“Don’t feed your dog people food” ​Or maybe you’re one of those people … ​Either way, let’s talk about feeding your dog “people” food. The misconception that you “can’t feed your […]

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how often should I feed my dog

How Often Should I Feed My Dog?

​First, lets start with free feeding, or grazing. I don’t recommend this feeding method unless your dog is left home alone for hours on end. But, let’s face it, If that’s the case then you either need to free up your time and take care of your dog or consider finding your dog a home […]

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why does my dog chase their tail

Why Does My Dog Chase Their Tail?

​Why Does My Dog Chase Their Tail? You might be surprised… Most puppies will chase anything, including their tails. ​This behavior usually stops as they grow older, but if your dog still continues to chase his tail it is most likely for attention. ​As funny as it is to watch your dog chase his tail, it could […]

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how long can I leave my dog alone

How Long Can I Leave My Dog Alone?

​So, you’re wondering just how long you can leave your dog home alone? That’s a great question! This all depends on your dogs temperament – but a general rule of thumb is no more than 3 hours for puppies and no more than 5 hours for an adult dog. Of course, you will need to […]

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can I feed my cat tuna

Can I Feed My Cat Tuna?

​​Ever wondered if you can feed your cat tuna?First, you need to understand that cats are obligate carnivores. This means that their digestive systems are designed to eat animals.So it sounds like tuna would be just fine, and in small quantities it is fine. In fact, your cat will be thrilled to have some of […]

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