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Why is my cat wheezing?
Cats
Why is my cat wheezing?
Most cat owners will be familiar with the hacking sound that their cat will make before depositing a furball on the living room carpet! However sometimes cats make similar sounds for other reasons, for example if they ar…
August 18, 2020 • 340 shares
Why does my dog snore?
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Why does my dog snore?
Whether you find the sound of your dog’s snoring adorable or irritating, you may have wondered what is causing it. And whether you need to be concerned. Here we explain the many reasons for these musical efforts. Some ar…
June 30, 2020 • 27 shares • 2 comments
Why is my Dog Twitching When He's Asleep - Is He Dreaming?
Dogs
Why is my Dog Twitching When He's Asleep - Is He Dreaming?
No matter how strange the world seems to get, nothing seems to beat the weirdness that is night-time dreaming. From newborn babies to senior citizens, everybody dreams. You may be aware that when you dream, you often twi…
June 28, 2020 • 1240 shares
Why Does My Dog Eat Poo?
Dogs
Why Does My Dog Eat Poo?
Eating poo, or ‘coprophagia’ is one of the most disgusting habits our dogs can have. It’s actually fairly common for dogs to eat their own poo. About 16% of dogs eating poo at least three times in their lives. There are…
May 16, 2020 • 87 shares
Why is my dog limping?
Dogs
Why is my dog limping?
Limping, or lameness, can occur in any dog and any breed for a variety of reasons. Sometimes it’s a passing thing, comparable to a strain whilst playing sport, and sometimes it’s something more serious or ongoing. It can…
February 24, 2020 • 71 shares • 16 comments
Why is my dog drooling?
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Why is my dog drooling?
There are many things that can cause your dog to drool. Some maybe less worrying, but dribbling can be an important clue, and a sign that something is wrong with your pet.
January 10, 2020 • 202 shares • 88 comments
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