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Where Did That Toy Go?

By Tony Johnson

As an emergency vet, one of the most common medical problems that we see in the clinic is the case of a dog or cat who's chewed up a toy or eaten something they shouldn't and is now vomiting. Here's how to keep your dog or cat safe from eating something they shouldn't and save a trip to the emergency vet.

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Playing with Laser Cat Toys

By Roslyn McKenna

When you break out the laser pointer in front of a cat, you’re sure to see twitching tails, dilated eyes, and darting paws. Most cats love to chase the laser across the house, over furniture, and up the walls. Why do cats love that little red dot so much?

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Find the Right Toy to Entertain Playful Cats

By Amy Shojai

It's great fun to watch cats play, but when kitten play goes overboard, what's a caring pet parent to do? Just as bored dogs target inappropriate items, a playful cat or kitten left alone can turn your house upside down.

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Enter the Love Your Pet Day Photo Sweepstakes

By Jessie McDowell

Enter your pet's photo for a chance to win free toys for a year! Today's your last chance to enter!

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Making Sense of Dental Care Toys & Treats

By Tony Johnson

When you go into the dental aisle at your local pet retailer, you're faced with a whole host of choices. Toys, specially-designed treats and dental appliances like toothbrushes and dental wipes are all vying for you attention - and your dollar. So which of these are worth the effort, and which are just hype? Read on to help make some sense of the issue.

Toys Can Enrich Your Cat’s Environment & Improve Behavior

By Meredith Stepita

Indoor cats have a very relaxing life, but just because your cat lives indoors doesn't mean that her life has to be dull and boring. Providing mental stimulation and physical exercise helps combat boredom, decrease stress, and improve quality of life in pet cats as well as pets in the shelter. Think of it as the feline version of Sudoku.

5 DIY Cat Toys in 5 Minutes

By Roslyn McKenna

With all of the leftover wrapping and boxes lying around from opening presents, now’s the perfect time to make some new cat toys. It’s like a second Christmas for your cat!

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