Companion Animal Psychology News April 2019

Cats that fetch, equine therapy, and the joy of dogs… the latest Companion Animal Psychology news. Some of my favourites

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Allergies and Your Pets: What You Need To Know

Humans aren’t the only creatures who suffer from allergies – your pets can suffer from them as well. Our resident

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Pets and Happiness: Four Ways Pets Express Joy

Scrubs plays at Trupanion HQ. Pets and happiness go hand in hand. And if you are reading this blog, you

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Animal Lovers on the Books that Changed Their Lives

The books about animals that had a profound effect and even caused a change of direction. Sometimes books can have

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Companion Animal Psychology News March 2019

Animal cruelty investigations, cat music, dog parks, and interviews with dogs…the latest Companion Animal Psychology news. Favourites from around the

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Feline Dementia: What You Need to Know

Feline dementia is a rare illness that affects cats older in age. As a cat gets older, their brain starts

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Top Human Foods Your Pet Should Stay Away From

There are countless human foods that are not only tasty, but are actually good for your pet when mixed in

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Companion Animal Psychology Book Club March 2019

“To live in harmony with our cats… we first need to understand their inherited quirks.” This month, the Companion Animal

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6 Top-Rated Pet Cameras To Keep An Eye On Your Dog or Cat

As much as we wish our pets could be with us wherever we go, it is rarely the case. Fortunately,

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Our Resident Vet Weighs in on Your Top Questions About Your Pet’s Teeth

To celebrate National Pet Dental Health Month, we’ve asked our resident veterinarian, Dr. Katy Nelson, to answer some of your

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