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Posted by Annette Filecci
Annette Filecci
Hi, my name is Annette Filecci. I am a Miami native, one of the few! I have been pet-sitting in the Hollywood ...
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on Wednesday, 05 September 2018
in Lucky Dogs Healthy Pets

Lucky Dogs is our name, but we love kitties too. Today we'd like to tell you about Pawsome Kitty, a website devoted to everything feline, brought to you by a self-proclaimed "weird cat lady" with 200 cats... not really, she only has three. But if you want to know more, visit her site and show some love!

Pawsome Kitty has some really interesting breed information - including stuff about NEW cat breeds! The website also covers such topics as behavior & breeding, food & nutrition, and grooming & care, as well as health issues.

If you are a serious cat lover and enjoy finding new and exciting cat photos and videos, don't forget to follow Pawsome Kitty on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Up-to-date content is posted regularly, and who doesn't love a good cat video? We sure do.

 

Tags: cats

April is Pet First Aid Month

Posted by Annette Filecci
Annette Filecci
Hi, my name is Annette Filecci. I am a Miami native, one of the few! I have been pet-sitting in the Hollywood ...
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on Wednesday, 30 March 2011
in Lucky Dogs Healthy Pets

Do you know what to do if your pets get hurt? When your fur baby is unexpectedly injured, knowing (and having practiced!) some first aid basics can help stabilize them until you can reach your veterinarian. Do not take this lightly: quick and proper administration of first aid can even save your precious pet’s life. You can purchase various kits here* to help ensure you are prepared in such an emergency. Also, here in South Florida, you can visit this website* to learn about signing up for Pet First Aid and other CPR classes.

How often do you brush your teeth?

Posted by Annette Filecci
Annette Filecci
Hi, my name is Annette Filecci. I am a Miami native, one of the few! I have been pet-sitting in the Hollywood ...
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on Thursday, 24 March 2011
in Lucky Dogs Healthy Pets

Would you let days, weeks, or even months go by without brushing your teeth? Of course not! Your dog can’t pick up a toothbrush and clean his own teeth: he relies on you. 80% (or more!) of dogs over three years old have gum disease. And it’s not only a problem for dogs – cats need dental care as well!

Tags: bad breath, dog, teeth

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