Paws and Claws

A blog for your best friend! Find posts about all things related to your pets: safety, training, nutrition, playtime, DIYs and more.

How Much Exercise Does Your Dog Need?

Without proper exercise, dogs can face problems such as obesity, which can lead to many medical issues, and frustration, which can lead to hyperactivity and home destruction. The good news is, with the right amount of exercise, you will see the benefits adding up for your furry friend -- improving hip joints, reducing digestive problems, keeping them at a healthy weight, and helping control behavioral problems. Read more...

Why Do Dogs Howl?

Just like humans (although not quite as complicated), dogs use a vocal language to communicate what they want, how they feel, and when they need attention. This language varies slightly among different breeds, and even among individual dogs of the same breed or type.

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Tips for Helping Your Abused Pet Adjust to His New Home

It takes a special kind of person to rescue an abused pet. If you've decided you want to give a dog or cat a second try at a happy life, you'll need to understand that he's going to need a little convincing to give humans the same chance.

All new pets need some adjustment time, but a dog that's been treated badly will require a lot more patience when you introduce him into your home and your routine. We've got some tips to help your pet transition into a safe and happy life. 

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Caring for Your Best Friend by Caring for His Ears

As a concerned pet owner, you want to make sure you are doing your best to take good care of your best friend. There are many things you do for him such as making sure he has a healthy diet, gets plenty of exercise and, of course, receives plenty of affection. One of the smaller chores of caring for your pet is cleaning his ears. How often should you clean his ears? And what is the best way to do it? Here are some tips to help you care for your buddy. Read more...

7 Benefits of Adopting an Older Dog or Cat

It's understandable that most people wanting to adopt shelter pets look for a puppy or a kitten, or at least a pet who's young enough to be with them for several years.  At the same time, however, there are millions of older dogs and cats who have sweet dispositions, the kind of good manners they've picked up over the years and would make outstanding companions. Read more...

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