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Linda Wong

Linda Wong is a freelance writer and pet blogger. She loves spending time with her dogs & cats. When she's not writing, you can find her spending time with her family and friends.

8 Common Cat Problems and How to Solve Them

When our feline companions purr at us while rubbing up against our legs, kneading our laps, or looking us in the eye, we just adore it. However, there are other aspects of our canine and feline companions that we might…

Foxtail Grass and Your Dog

Your dog should avoid coming into contact with foxtail plants. The prickly seed heads of the foxtail plant have the potential to embed themselves in any area of your canine or feline companion’s body, including the nose, between the toes,…

How Pets Can Improve Your Health

Stay Well With Your Animals There is no question that being among animals may improve a person’s mood. And the ones you enjoy the most may also be beneficial to your health. The several ways in which owning a pet…

Why Does My Dog Eat Grass?

Even if it’s obvious that your cherished canine buddy is not a cow, you can get the wrong idea if you see them chewing grass. You might even be worried. Have they recently eaten? Bored? Sick? Will they become sick…

Foods Your Dog Should Never Eat

Dangerous Foods for Dogs Who could resist those huge brown eyes and endearing puppy smiles? Can a small treat off the table or rummaging through Mom and Dad’s belongings truly harm your dog? Well, that depends on its nature and…

Travel Safety Tips

Some people who have pets find that being on vacation without their furry family members makes the experience less enjoyable overall. On the other hand, traveling may be a very stressful experience for both you and your pets. This is…

End of Life Care

One of the most challenging things a pet owner can ever go through is coming to terms with the approaching death of a companion animal. Whether your pet is nearing the end of his life or has a terminal disease,…

Emergency Care for Your Pet

What Is a Pet Emergency? Emergency veterinary care is essential if you see that your dog or cat is acting abnormally or showing indications of disease, if you observe an injury, or if you notice that your pet ate anything…