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Simple, Natural, and Easy Ways to Reduce Dry Skin on Cats Without Harsh Chemicals

All natural pet shampoo

What do you think your body’s largest organ is? It’s not the brain, or the liver, or even the large intestine. But if you guessed the skin, then you’re absolutely right! Human skin is the body’s largest organ and plays an integral role in the health and well being of the body itself by protecting it from infection, regulating body temperature, and acting as a barrier to the outside world. The same goes for animals, though many species have the advantage of having an extra layer of fur.

Whether you have an autoimmune disorder such as eczema or psoriasis, naturally dry and sensitive skin, or the harsh conditions of winter cause your skin to look and feel more lackluster than normal, everyone knows the itchy, uncomfortable, and flat out frustrating feeling of dry skin all too well. Dry skin can make Continue Reading

A Healthy Pet Makes for a Happy Family

Animal heart disease

We humans are a curious bunch. We’ve been keeping animals as pets for thousands of years, and we often wonder who needs whom more? Keeping pets is, of course, a great responsibility. Whether it be a parakeet, a dog, a cat, or just about any other kind of animal you can think of, a pet requires time, attention, and a great deal of caring. And if you are a pet owner, then you already know how much your love and caring will be reciprocated by your adoring companion.

In America alone, cats and dogs rule the domestic landscape. When it comes to homeowners with pets, 32.4% of them have cats and 37.2% have dogs. In many homes, there are cats and dogs living together, and there are many YouTube videos that will show you who’s in charge.

When it comes to caring for your pets, finding the right food, making sur Continue Reading

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