Your cat may be pooping outside the litter box due to health issues.
It’s gross, we know, but the reality is plenty of dogs eat poop.
Is your pup’s poop healthy or is something else going on?
If your cat’s litter box habits have changed, it could be a sign of a serious medical problem. Here’s what to do when your cat’s not peeing.
Here are some home remedies for kitty constipation.
Kitten diarrhea can be triggered by various factors.
Is it an upset stomach or an underlying health problem?
It can be stressful to watch your dog straining to poop—and it’s no fun for your pup, either. Find out what to do about dog constipation.
When your dog has diarrhea, feeding the right foods can speed up their recovery. Find out what to feed a dog with diarrhea.
If your puppy is exhibiting diarrhea, make sure you keep her hydrated. Find out how to entice reluctant drinkers and when to call the vet.
Is your dog pooping blood? Find out the causes of blood in dog stool and how to seek treatment.
Your cat not using the litter box definitely can be frustrating—but there are some things you can do to help your feline with this messy issue.
What to do if you find blood in your dog’s stool.
Look at your ferret’s feces for some clues to its health.
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7 Alternative Options to Clay Cat Litter
Besides messing up your shoes, neglecting this doody duty can ruin lawns, pollute nearby bodies of water and even spread disease.
Learn the differences between clay cat litter and silica cat litter so you can find out which cat litter to use for your feline.