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Have you taken your dog or cat to the vet's office lately? Then you know that a routine checkup can end up costing between $100 and $200 once the exam, tests, and vaccinations are added up. And even in these times of hardship for many pet owners, veterinary costs keep rising. That's one reason to get pet insurance for dogs and cats, and perhaps other pets as well. But there is a bigger reason...
Cats love to be warm. They'll stretch out in a sunny spot and bathe in it all day, unless they happen to be moved to eat or play. Unfortunately, especially in winter or in cooler climates, cats can't seem to get enough heat. K&H Pet Products specializes in warmth for all pets; its kitty beds are not only warm, but designed with imagination.
Isn't this pig smiling? He is playing with Beatrijs Voorneman, the designer of his new toys - ones she created to keep crowded farm pigs from attacking each other and getting bored.
You've heard the commercials for allergy treatments; they all promise relief from the symptoms of allergies. But now, researchers from the University of Nottingham in the UK have found the secret to what causes a very common allergy - cat allergies. Their discovery could lead to a whole new class of drugs that attack allergies at their first point of contact, so that symptoms of allergy and asthma never develop at all.
Fresh running water does have great appeal, even to pets. Take cats, for example: it's the rare one who will even drink from a bowl of "stagnant" water. And when you think about it, cats have it right... who wants to drink out of a bowl or a glass of water that's been sitting there for half a day or so? Perhaps that's why the latest trend in pet drinking is not the 'pet bowl,' it's the 'pet fountain,' where water flows constantly, or on demand.