Dog Separation Anxiety 101

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By, Feldun Woelfen It is good to have a dog that is close to you and a faithful companion. However, it can become a problem when the dog cannot stand to be apart from its owner. Some dogs experience varying degrees of behavioral changes when their owners are not around. Fortunately, this does not happen … Continued

Marty’s Place Howl-O-Ween Family Fest

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Set for Sunday, October 21st Submitted by Doreen Jakubcak, Executive Director Get ready, it’s almost time for the annual Howl-O-Ween Family Fest at Marty’s Place Senior Dog Sanctuary. This fun-filled event is open to the public and anyone can come with children of all ages and dogs of all sizes. There promises to be something … Continued

How to Stop A Dog Digging

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According to some surveys, around 80% of dogs dig holes. This is probably not surprising as digging is a natural adaptive behavior from the wild. However, since dogs now live in homes, this behavior can mess up your garden. This article explains why dogs dig holes and how to stop them from doing so. Why … Continued

Wanted: A Loving Family

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By: Pam Teel There is a way that you can help a pet in need if you can’t physically take care of one yourself. You can go to the Animal Assistance site and sponsor an n Animal Assistance, located at 65 Old Stagecoach Road, East Brunswick, New Jersey, since 1952, is a perpetual, lifetime animal … Continued

Get Your Kitty Moving

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By: Nicole Iuzzolino Some cats are very active by nature. Others may require special treats or cat toys to spark that playful spirit. Here are a few ideas to get your cat moving. 1. Leave out paper bags, tissue paper, and cardboard boxes to inspire play. 2. Provide fresh catnip. 3. Encourage your cat to … Continued

Best Apps For Dogs

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Dogs are the full package. They are full of love, joy, and fun times. They are also a family’s best friend, and we cannot truly imagine our lives without them, we just want the best for them. Nowadays, we can download any sort of apps on our phones, so why not get some for our … Continued

Fascinating Facts about your Cat Emotions

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Just like dogs, cats and humans have the same brain structure, and experience the same emotions we do. Owners can tell by their cats body language, facial expressions, and sounds to detect how the cats are feelings. For example, when a cat is scared or experiencing fear, the cats will run away and hide. When … Continued

Apple Cider Vinegar Keeps the Vet Away

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By: Erin Mumby  You might be familiar with the health properties of apple cider vinegar for humans. Did you know that it can be used as a non-toxic all natural tool for dogs as well? Vinegar can be used for alleviating a myriad of symptoms in your pooch. You should be using organic, raw apple … Continued

The Cats are Taking Over Best Apps For Cats

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By Nicole Iuzzolino Technology is taking the world by storm. While technology is a tool to learn and experiment with, it is also great for entertainment purposes. Nowadays, every child possesses an iPad or tablet, and use the games to keep them occupied all day long. While these games and other apps are quite entertaining … Continued

SENILITY IN DOGS What Is Dementia?

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Senility in dogs also known as CCD (Canine Cognitive Dysfunction) is real. Pet owners have long been frustrated by age related behavioral changes in their older dogs. These include— house training problems, memory loss, confusion, staring, wandering, getting stuck in corners, sleep disorders, restlessness, barking, separation anxiety, etc. These changes are not always “normal aging” … Continued