Category: Behavior

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Your Cat’s Body Language


If you own a cat, you know that they can sometimes be a bit aloof. One of the best ways to tell what your cat might be thinking or feeling is by studying their body language. While it’s not an exact science, there are a few traits common across most cats that are good indicators … Read More »

Teaching Your Puppy His Name


If you’ve recently adopted a puppy or plan on getting one soon, one of the first orders of business will be teaching young Fido his name. It’s the foundation of your relationship and the starting point for all other training. Use the following tips to successfully teach your puppy his name: Choosing a Name First, … Read More »

Chattiest Cat Breeds


Does your kitty reply when you talk to her? Or does Fluffy only speak up when she wants dinner or attention? Some of our feline pals are quite the little chatterboxes! While every cat is unique, breed does play a large role in kitty personality traits, such as vocalizations and energy levels. Read on as … Read More »

Posted In Behavior, Cat Care

5 Reasons Your Dog May Be Barking


Is your canine buddy on the talkative side? Just like people, dogs all have their own personalities. Some pooches are usually quiet, and only bark to let you know there’s someone at the door. Others will speak up about, well, pretty much everything, from the moth in the kitchen to the neighbor trimming his yard. … Read More »

Posted In Behavior, Dog Care

Adorable Kitty Quirks Explained


Cats certainly are entertaining pets. Fluffy is not only super cute, she’s chock full of unique—and often hilarious—habits and characteristics. In fact, our adorable feline friends can be, well, pretty goofy. Read on as a Fayetteville, NC vet explains some of Fluffy’s cutest quirks. Staring at Walls Does your furball sometimes stare at the walls … Read More »

Posted In Behavior, Cat Care

How to Tell if Your Cat is Happy


Can you tell if your feline buddy is content? Cats can sometimes be very clear about letting us know how they feel, but at other times, they can be a bit confusing. For instance, Fluffy thinks it’s purrfectly normal to bite playfully, and may wiggle away when you pick her up, only to demand attention … Read More »

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