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Diane loves all animals and has parented dogs, cats, pigs, goats, chickens, sheep, and four children over the years. She is currently owned by Lucy, a senior Chow who always wants to stay close to her people. Lucy is a retired guide dog who is happiest when a child is nearby.

Why Do Dogs Bark?

Why Do Dogs Bark?

Barking is one way that dogs communicate with us. They may be trying to warn you of potential danger or express their excitement on your return. Barking, whining, and howling are natural ways that dogs express themselves. But, learning how to stop dogs from barking...
Why Did My Dog Throw Up?

Why Did My Dog Throw Up?

Dog owners might notice that, from time to time, their usually playful pup may feel under the weather and throw up. This is concerning for pet owners as nobody likes to see their dog get sick. You could wonder, why did my dog throw up yellow substances or why did my...
Why are My Cat’s Eyes Watering? Watery Eyes and Squinting

Why are My Cat’s Eyes Watering? Watery Eyes and Squinting

Is your cat getting weepy or is there a problem with his eye? Cats do not produce tears for emotional reasons, so the problem with cat eye watering and squinting is physical. Cat’s eyes tear up for a variety of reasons, some harmless, while others need veterinarian...
Why Cats Wag Their Tails

Why Cats Wag Their Tails

It’s common knowledge that dogs wag their tails when they’re happy, but many might not know that cats wagging tails is a thing too. You might be asking, “Do cats wag their tails?” Yes, they  wag their tails like dogs do, however, these frisky felines do so for...
Torn ACL in Dogs

Torn ACL in Dogs

If you’re a dog owner, you likely have heard of various injuries your pet could sustain. A torn ACL is one such injury. An ACL tear, also called a cranial cruciate ligament rupture or CCL in dogs, is when the ligament that connects the back of the femur to the front...