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  • Cats have a reputation for being picky eaters, and some of that is deserved. In some cases, though, a cat who isn’t interested in eating may be sick. So how can you tell the difference, and what can you do if your cat is picky? Dr. Marty Becker explains the signs to watch for and offers tips for getting your finicky feline back to her healthy eating habits.
  • We appreciate the mysterious nature of cats, but it’s not to their advantage when they need help from us. Dr. Marty Becker explains that because cats are even less likely to be themselves when they’re away from home, veterinarians often rely on the observations of pet owners to diagnose pain.
  • It's not as unusual as you may think for cats to play with water. Vetstreet's Dr. Patty Khuly explains why some kitties — despite conventional wisdom — consider water to be a fun toy.
  • Collars are more than a fashion statement. They’re a training tool for dogs and basic pet protection for both dogs and cats. Dog trainer Mikkel Becker and Dr. Marty Becker help you determine the best collar for your pet.
  • Training consultant Mikkel Becker demonstrates the proper way to handle a cat — and how to safely introduce him to children. 

One key tip: It's important to remember that some kitties just don't like to be held, so if he shows any signs of aggression or seems skittish, you shouldn't try to pick him up.

Cats have a reputation for being picky eaters, and some of that is deserved. In some cases, though, a cat who isn’t interested in eating may be sick. So how can you tell the difference, and what can you do if your cat is picky? Dr. Marty Becker explains the signs to watch for and offers tips for getting your finicky feline back to her healthy eating habits.

We appreciate the mysterious nature of cats, but it’s not to their advantage when they need help from us. Dr. Marty Becker explains that because cats are even less likely to be themselves when they’re away from home, veterinarians often rely on the observations of pet owners to diagnose pain.

It's not as unusual as you may think for cats to play with water. Vetstreet's Dr. Patty Khuly explains why some kitties — despite conventional wisdom — consider water to be a fun toy.

Collars are more than a fashion statement. They’re a training tool for dogs and basic pet protection for both dogs and cats. Dog trainer Mikkel Becker and Dr. Marty Becker help you determine the best collar for your pet.

Training consultant Mikkel Becker demonstrates the proper way to handle a cat — and how to safely introduce him to children. One key tip: It's important to remember that some kitties just don't like to be held, so if he shows any signs of aggression or seems skittish, you shouldn't try to pick him up.

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