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Some cats require more grooming than others. Learn about brushing your cat’s hair, removing mats, bathing your cat, clipping your cat’s nails, and cleaning your cat’s ears.

Cats are meticulously clean, spending a large portion of their days grooming themselves. Get the facts about how clean cats really are in our article!

Many pet owners dismiss their pets’ bad breath as simply “normal” or something to be ignored. However, bad breath is a hallmark of periodontal disease. Learn more about it here.

Our friends at Shelter Chic have released a great new pet-makeover video! (Watch their first makeover, of Isabella Ruffellini, here.) As you can see in the “before” photos below, senior Poodles Gatsby and Daisy were in rough shape when they arrived at Doggie’s Wonderland K-9 Rescue in Plano, TX. But a good teeth-cleaning and a nose-to-tail makeover had them looking …

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Caring For Senior Dogs: Dental Care

by Caroline Golon, guest contributor

Caring for your senior dog’s teeth and gums can prevent harmful bacteria from reaching his organs and keep him healthier, longer. Find out what kind of regular dental care vets recommend for senior dogs.

Winter can be a tough time for a dog’s paws. Prevent weather-related paw pad injuries by following these basic tips and the use of products designed for paw protection.

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Contributions from Catster   When it comes to grooming, cats are pretty low maintenance. Why? Because cats do most of their own grooming. Cats like to stay clean, and they will groom themselves regularly. But even the cleanest cat needs grooming help from her owner every now and then. Some cats require more grooming than others. Generally, the more fur …

Trimming your cat’s nails regularly can help to minimize the damage caused by scratching. Read some information on trimming and how to go about it.