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Cats Are Better Pets Than Dogs

Cats are compact and space-friendly, which is a huge deal if you want a lot of cuteness in a tiny package. To these whiskered beauties, you are their world. Food is only second best. And most importantly, felines don’t stink. Now, that seals the deal, doesn’t it?

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Causes Of Blood In Dog’s Stool

The most common cause of blood in your dog’s stool is parasites. Bloody stool can also be caused by ingestion of toxic substances and dietary issues, but these are not the only causes.

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Best Dog Crate Pans

We shall take a closer look at 14 of the best dog crate pans on the market. This includes our high quality top picks like Paws and Pans, You and Me Replacement crate pan, and the Kopeks crate pan.

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Best Dog Balls

Choosing the right dog balls is important both for your dog’s enjoyment and for you to enjoy value for your investment. To help you achieve both, here are 17 of the best dog balls. These include our top pick the PetDroid Interactive Dog Ball which stands out with its interactive design and alternatives like the HOLYSTEED Dog Treat Ball and Chew King Fetch Balls.

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Best Vegetables For Dogs

Soft, sweet, and squishy, dogs are crazy about squash. Puree it, bake it, roast it – dear Fido is sure to go nuts about this nutritious veggie. Speaking of nutrition, that’s what your pup can get from munching on some boiled or baked sweet potatoes and zucchini. And they’re super tasty, too!

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Best Inflatable Dog Collars

The best inflatable dog collar is the SCENEREAL Inflatable Recovery Collar for its high quality construction and numerous comfort features. You may also want to consider alternatives like the Pet Link Inflatable Dog Collar and the PAWISE Inflatable Recovery Collar.

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Why Does My Dog Eat Poop – Should I Be Worried?

Eating poop is very normal behavior among dogs. This behavior is far more common in puppies, though it can be observed in dogs of any age. While the behavior is gross and repulsive to you, it is usually harmless to your pooch, though it can sometimes cause your dog to get infected with diseases.

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