When you adopt a companion animal, whether from a shelter or a breeder, whether your new family member is a dog or cat, it will help develop good relationships if you learn some simple concepts.
For example, if you introduce a puppy or kitten to your home, your new pet may not know yet about proper housetraining. There are ways to teach your new family member where, when, and what to do that aren't punitive or threatening.
Or you may own a pet that may have become ill and your veterinarian has prescribed medication. What's the best way to administer medication to an animal?
If you want a happy dog or cat, it's important to provide your animal with a stimulating experience during the day, especially if they live primarily indoors. Because dogs and cats love to hunt, introducing a kong can help entertain them as well as manage their weight.
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