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Fur Times | January 17, 2020

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Miniature Schanauzer

March 15, 2016 |

The Miniature Schnauzer is a small, sturdily built dog. The body is square and in proportion. The strong head is rectangular in shape. The width of the head gets slightly smaller from the ears to the eyes. The muzzle is strong and ends rather bluntly. Read More

Car Safety for Dogs

March 15, 2016 |

A loose dog in a vehicle can be a distraction and could lead to an accident. Keeping your dog safely tethered is quickly becoming standard practice for many motorists, and many states have pending legislation that will soon make it mandatory. Read More

How Often Should I Feed My Dog?

February 23, 2016 |

Dogs over 6 months old should be fed twice a day. It is important to never leave out your dog’s food during the entire day. A dog will be more motivated to obey you if she realizes that you control her meal times. Read More

Does My Dog Need Physical Therapy?

February 23, 2016 |

Dogs and people often suffer from the same medical conditions. When it comes to diseases of the muscles, bones, joints and nerves, dogs, like people, respond remarkably well to physical therapy and rehabilitation programs that are developed to meet their individual needs. Read More

7 Quick Tips for a Happy, Healthy Cat

September 5, 2015 |
  1. Make sure to store your cat’s food in a cool, dry place. Monitor his food bowl making sure his food is fresh and hasn’t been left out for prolonged periods of time. Read More

A Dog’s Sense of Smell

September 1, 2015 |

The most important sense that dogs possess is their sense of smell. Dogs have anywhere from 200 to 300 million olfactory receptors in their nose, while humans have only about 5 million. This means that a dog’s sense of smell is 40 times more developed than ours. For this reason, dogs rely greatly on smell to perceive and relate to the world around them. Read More

Should I Worry if My Dog “Reverse Sneezes”?

August 31, 2015 |

“Reverse sneezing”—also known as the pharyngeal gag reflex—is when a dog makes noises that sound as if he can’t get enough air. It can be disconcerting and worrisome, even causing some owners to rush to emergency clinics in the middle of the night. Read More

Tips on Making Your Cat’s Visit to the Vet Stress-Free

July 26, 2015 |

Let’s face it, most cats hate going to the veterinarian. Just imagine, you’re going about your daily routine of sleeping in your favorite spot, lounging in the sun, grooming yourself, and occasionally having some food. Read More