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Why Is My Dog Gagging So Much?

Why Is My Dog Gagging So Much?

When you hear that noise again in the middle of the night you know it is never good. It is the sound of a pet gagging and then being generally uncomfortable. What can you do in those moments? Although your pet may be making a sound that they are not being hurt by, it...

Mistakes That Parents Make at Bath Time

Mistakes That Parents Make at Bath Time

When it comes to giving your pet a bath, there are many things that you can do to make it a calming experience. When it comes to pets, these are experiences that normally are not very relaxing. There is the water, the noise, the confinement, the process of scrubbing...

National Walk Your Dog Week

National Walk Your Dog Week

The first week of October is National Walk Your Dog Week.  Going on walks with your favorite pup has a lot of benefits.  It is a great opportunity to bond. The exercise is also great for everybody involved.  Studies show that at least 20% of dogs don’t get walked...

What is Meant by Holistic Dog Food?

What is Meant by Holistic Dog Food?

When it comes to pets, more and more people are owing them these days. The pet industry is becoming a very large business. There is a huge upswing in the number of sales that are happening across the board for everyone. According to the American Pet Products...

Why You Want to Adopt a Greyhound

Why You Want to Adopt a Greyhound

If you have been looking for a pet that is very low maintenance as well as loves snuggles, you want a Greyhound. You may have not thought about these dogs as being your perfect match, but you are in luck. They are very loyal, and they are big teddy bears. When you...

What Does A Pet Sitter Do?

What Does A Pet Sitter Do?

Pet sitters are typically animal-loving, caring, and responsible people.  They must be dedicated to their clients and their client’s pets. The best ones have a background in animal care, such as vet tech experience or education.  Also, they are often professionally...

National Guide Dog Month

National Guide Dog Month

September is National Guide Dog Month. These amazing pups help blind people live their lives to the fullest. They go through rigorous training from an early age. It takes a smart and dedicated canine to develop the skills for the job. We at 2 Paws Up Inc. think these...

Caring For Dogs with Three Paws

Caring For Dogs with Three Paws

Although it may seem that pets with three legs are in more pain, they are often more nonchalant than those that have four legs. When it comes to most pets, it seems that only the owner thinks about the fact that one of the pets is missing a limb.   People who are...

Adopt a Less Adoptable Pet Week

Adopt a Less Adoptable Pet Week

All animals deserve love and appreciation. From the furry to the scaly, every animal wants to be cared for and have a place to call home. Unfortunately, some pets consistently miss out on being adopted. There are misconceptions about some animals and, other people...

Why Is My Cat Over-Grooming?

Why Is My Cat Over-Grooming?

Cats groom all the time, but it is important to watch how much it is happening. The grooming helps you to ensure that your cat has good hygiene but there is also too much grooming that happens sometimes. Cats are going to spend around 50% of their time grooming. But...

Are Avocados Dangerous for Dogs?

Are Avocados Dangerous for Dogs?

If you turned around and you realized that you made a mistake and that your pet grabbed some of your avocados, you may be panicking. What do you need to do? Should you be rushing off to a clinic? What is going to happen? Is It OK If My Pet Eats an Avocado? In general,...

Ten Things You Need to Know About Ticks

Ten Things You Need to Know About Ticks

When it comes to ticks, we all know they are a problem. You may not know a few things about them though that you need to consider.   There are four stages you should know about. They are the egg, the larva, the nymph, and the adult. All these stages will need a...

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