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Cat food for sensitive stomach Don't go wrong when it comes to cat food for sensitive stomach. Given that your pet is prone to vomiting in cats if given the wrong type of food, you should always be careful about what kind of food you are giving your feline. If you are still on the fence trying to decide which cat food for sensitive stomach to give your cat, check out these top brands. [xyz-ips snippet="login-con-facebook-en"] [fb_plugin post href=https://www.facebook.com/dogalize/videos/10217456394432452/] [xyz-ips snippet="box-rosso"] Blue Buffalo Sensitive Stomach [xyz-ips snippet="fine-box"] Experts consider this to presently be, if not the best, one of the best cat food for sensitive stomach in the market. This food by Blue Buffalo is enriched with probiotics and prebiotics, which will greatly help your cat's digestion. The proper combination of vitamins, antioxidants, minerals, and other nutrients ensure a proper digestion. It is also gluten-free. [xyz-ips snippet="box-rosso"]

Purina Pro Plan FOCUS Sensitive Skin & Stomach

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The novel, premium quality proteins contained in this cat food for sensitive stomach is not very common in cats but it can be easily digested. With 40% of this protein coming from premium-quality lamb and blended with healthy rice and oats, this product will surely put a smile on your face and joy in your cat. [xyz-ips snippet="box-rosso"]

Halo Holistic Natural Dry Cat Food

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This product is loved by cat-lovers. A tested formula that works for most pets, this one has proven its effectiveness for some time. It contains a good amount of high-quality natural animal proteins. It also contains fruits, vegetables, and wholesome grains. [xyz-ips snippet="box-rosso"] Royal Canin Digest Sensitive Gravy [xyz-ips snippet="fine-box"] The amazing formula in this cat food includes an exclusive combination of high-quality ingredients and wholesome nutrients. It is specially designed for sensitive stomach cats and includes a 100% complete diet. The protein content of this food is unparalleled. [xyz-ips snippet="box-rosso"]

Holistic Select Natural Wet Grain-Free Canned Cat

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Rich in natural fiber, antioxidants, and prebiotics, this cat food from Holistic is a cat owners' favorite. This food is made with real lamb, chicken, and chicken liver. It also contains salmon oil, which will make your pet love it while protecting his sensitive tummy. In Dogalize, we want to help you raise your kitty the best you can. We have compiled an invaluable amount of information and resources for you to check out. Visit us to learn more.

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Cats and food One of the first things that cat owners are concerned about is what to feed their new companions. When you think about cats and food, you need to make a special selection that taps into your cat's needs. While the first thought of many is to get some commercial dry food, there are others who wonder what kind of human food they can feed cats. The answer might actually come as a shocker. [xyz-ips snippet="login-con-facebook-en"] [fb_plugin post href=https://www.facebook.com/dogalize/videos/10216017857869937/] Cats and human foods they can eat Let us begin with what are the foods that you can share with your kittie. Keep in mind that when it comes to cat and food, their diet should be nutritionally complete. But giving them a treat from your plate from time to time is actually good.
  • Meat. Follow this rule when it comes to giving meat to your cat: if you can't eat it, neither can your cat. Feed them cooked meat and never raw.
  • Fish. Cooked and canned fish is great for cats. Keep your sushi away since raw fish is not a good idea either. Fish contains omega-3, which helps keep his eyes sharp, and kidneys healthy.
  • Whole grains. You can put oats in the mix along with some ground meal, brown rice, wheat berries, and barley.
  • Cheese. Cheese is fine for cats and you can give small pieces to your cat occasionally. Some cats cannot process dairy so you might want to be careful with that.
  • Eggs. These are also a source of proteins. Just make sure that they are cooked too. Raw eggs can also harm your kittie.
Cats and food they cannot eat Keep these foods away from your cat as they can make him sick and, in worse cases, kill him. The following foods are toxic to cats:
  • Chocolate
  • Bread doughs
  • Raisins
  • Grapes
  • Onions and garlic
  • Xylitol (an artificial sweetener)
In Dogalize, we are interested in you giving your cat the life he deserves. This is why we have a vast selection of resources for you to become the best cat carer ever. Visit us to learn more.

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Faithful dogs Throughout history, men and dogs have shared a special bond. Instinctively, dogs will protect members of their pack, even willing to give their own lives. This instinct of protecting their own is unbreakable. These faithful dogs will always respond when it comes to protecting the pack. Check out this list of the most faithful dogs. These pooches have the strongest instincts for being loyal to you. [xyz-ips snippet="login-con-facebook-en"] [fb_plugin post href=https://www.facebook.com/dogalize/videos/10215962876855446/] Collie There is a reason why Lassie was a Collie. This original from Scotland is a herding breed. These family dogs have a reputation of being incredibly faithful dogs. They are not only intelligent but are very active and good with children and other animals. [xyz-ips snippet="login-con-facebook-en"] Beagle These pack animals have a strong sense of smell. Beagle was bred for hunting and is very attached to their owners. These kind and highly loyal dogs are original from Britain, although their origin can be traced all the way to ancient Greece. [xyz-ips snippet="bottone-like-en"] German Shepherd The German Shepherd comes as no surprise in our list of faithful dogs. They are a working breed that is naturally loyal and bonds strongly with their owners. German Shepherds are willing to please and to serve a purpose. [xyz-ips snippet="bottone-like-en"] Labrador Retriever The Labrador is the most popular dog breed in the world. This is thanks to the traits that make him be owned by most people: friendliness, intelligence, happy temperament, good with children, and loyalty. These dogs have become great companions and excellent hunting buddies. [xyz-ips snippet="bottone-like-en"] Golden Retriever The Golden Retriever honors its name by being a retriever of game during huntings. He is well known for its always happy demeanor and willingness to please. These dogs are peaceful, fun, patient, and easy to train. All these characteristics make him a very faithful dog. [xyz-ips snippet="bottone-like-en"] As said before, all dogs are loyal pets who love us in a way we do not deserve. In Dogalize, we want to help you provide for your dog the happiest life. We have all types of information and resources for you and your pooch. Visit us to learn more.

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Cat healthy and happy A healthy cat is a happy cat. A happy cat is one that will not cause you any troubles whatsoever. We know that you go beyond and above to provide for your feline companion. Check out these tips for keeping your cat healthy and happy. Why is keeping your cat healthy important? For starters, he keeps you healthy by reducing your chances to get heart disease and reducing stress and anxiety. Plus, he makes a great companion. [xyz-ips snippet="login-con-facebook-en"] [fb_plugin post href=https://www.facebook.com/dogalize/videos/10217323021618215/] Keeping your cat healthy is important If you want to keep your cat as healthy as he can get, follow these guidelines:
  • The first step to a healthy life is a healthy diet. The main ingredient in your cat's diet must be meat. We have not yet heard of a healthy vegetarian cat. It's just not in their needs. Cat food must be free of soy, grains, and fillers. Treats are fine in good measure;
  • Take your cat to regular checkups. The standard is twice or at least once a year. If your cat has health issues or is older than 15 years, he should go more frequently;
  • A clean litter box is as important to your cat as a clean bathroom is for you. Make sure you pick the right one for him to use;
  • Cats will groom themselves but if they are long-haired, they will need some trimming. If he is an indoor cat, he will need his claws to be trimmed as well.
Keeping your cat happy is equally important
  • Fun activities with your cat helps him kill boredom, allows him to channel his instincts, and keeps him in shape. Plus, it is a great opportunity to bond with your cat so invest on playtime with your kittie;
  • Make sure he gets a comfy bed to rest on;
  • Let your cat roam freely around the house and do not force affection if he is not in the mood;
  • Get him a scratching post and allow him to get to high spots. Cats like high places from where they can scan the entire room.
Remember that in Dogalize we love cats as much as you do. This is why we have a major selection of articles and resources to help you become a loving cat caregiver. Because your furball deserves the best, let us help you with it.  Visit us to learn more.

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Why does my dog hump my leg? You have seen it and wonder, "why does my dog hump my leg?". You are sitting on the couch with legs stretched and, bam!, Fido comes right up to hump it. Or you take him or her to the dog park and he starts humping on other dogs. While watching a dog doing that to a pillow, a stuffed animal, a leg of anything can make a funny Internet video, it can actually be annoying, embarrassing, and can even start a dogfight. [xyz-ips snippet="login-con-facebook-en"] [fb_plugin post href=https://www.facebook.com/dogalize/videos/10217380505295271/] Why does my dog hump in the first place? If you wonder, "why does my dog hump my leg?", you should know that there is not really anything special about your leg. Humping in dogs is a sexual position for dogs. However, when they are humping on anything else, this does not really have any sexual connotations. If a dog is not neutered nor spayed, for the first year of age, though, this behavior does have a sexual nature. But this behavior can also be the result of a dog's excitement, playfulness, and lack of social skills. Dog behaviorists conclude that a dog engages in such behavior when they are overly excited, like when a visitor comes home, or it could also be a sign of dominance. When people see the behavior in a dog, they go on to giggles and laughs. This, however, is a serious matter to some people. Dogs hump as a play Another answer to the question "why does my dog hump my leg?" is that they are doing it playfully. You will often see one dog hump another and then they switch side. It happens between males and females and it is all fun and games. A dog that engages in such behavior does it as a game and since he has not been trained to not do so, he will continue doing it. It is enjoyable to him and part of his playing routine. As an owner, you must train him not to do it since he starts doing it. Stay with us here in Dogalize and be on the loop of the most recent stories about dogs. We have tons of information and resources for you to take a look at. Visit us to learn more.

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Cat loves you Feline affection is not necessarily something that we are accustomed to. When we think of cats, we think of introverts that have no intention of loving anyone, even if they are served like gods. But there are signs your cat loves you that you should be able to read and interpret. A cat might not be able to put his life in the line for you, but in their own way, they do love you and not only because you are the one with the food and treats. [xyz-ips snippet="login-con-facebook-en"] [fb_plugin post href=https://www.facebook.com/dogalize/videos/10217456307510279/] Tail Twitching This is a classic within the signs your cat loves you. A cat's tail displays an array of emotions. It puffs when the cat is angry, scared, or agitated. Sometimes they twitch their tail at the tip when they see you. This means that you are a special one. Headbutts and cheek rubs A loving cat will usually approach the one he loves with a headbutt. That is his equivalent of a hug and it represents a strengthening of the bond between you and him. Very close to a headbutt is a cheek rub. Your cat does this to establish that you belong to him. Belly up Rolling on the floor and going belly up is something a cat will do when he trusts those around him and perceives no threat at all. If your cat rolls down belly up for you, this means that he feels loved and protected. Licking your hair Cats will lick the hair of the members of the pack as part of their appreciation and love. So, if you feel that furball licking on your hair, early in the morning, consider yourself honored. Bringing gifts Yes, this includes a dead mouse neatly placed next to your pillow. Despite being a domesticated cat, their instinct still compels them to hunt. When they have had success they want to share the spoils with those he loves. So even if you do not necessarily appreciate the gift, praise him and thank him for his friendship. Your cat loves you dearly. Love him back. Here in Dogalize, we have information and resources for you to take a look at. Everything related to cats, you will find here. Visit us to learn more.

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Barking dog doesn't bite You have definitively heard the expression "Barking dog doesn't bite" and you have pondered about to figure out if it true or a myth. Perhaps you saw that video of two dogs barking to each other but when the fence between them opened, they sheepishly just walked away from each other. Who knows, maybe it is true that a barking dog doesn't fight. Let us take a look at how everything goes regarding this expression. [xyz-ips snippet="login-con-facebook-en"] [fb_plugin post href=https://www.facebook.com/dogalize/videos/232501134092792/] The Idiom The expression is actually an idiom referring to someone who threatens angrily but usually never acts upon these threats. When the threat is actually considered impossible or very unlikely to be kept due to the condition or position of the person making it, then people would compare it to a dog that keeps barking at someone but never actually engages to bite them. This proverb is considered to have been born in the 16th century in the English language. But its core idea is found in Latin, specifically in the works of Quintus Curtius, a Roman historian. So, is it literally true that a barking dog doesn't fight? Dogs will usually bite at strangers or something unusual, like a critter passing by. If you have dogs that spend their time on a fenced backyard, you will notice that they bark at every person passing by. This is because they are strangers, as simple as that. However, the action of biting someone is usually a defense mechanism. This means that the dog will try to bite if he feels physically threatened by them. A dog can also interpret that a stranger is trying to physically assault his human family and will definitively go ahead and bite the offender. It is important to notice that this is not something that applies to all dogs. Certain dogs have been reported to being especially violent against people out of nowhere. This is very likely due to poor training or lack of proper socialization. When a dog is barking towards a person, he is trying to fend away this person. The dog does this with the hope that they will not make the mistake of trying to attack. Hence, we could fix the expression and say, "a barking dog doesn't bite if you keep your distance". Follow us here in Dogalize and learn more tips and tricks about dogs and everything related to them. We are a community of dog lovers just like you. We want to help you become the best caretaker for your pooch.

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Meowing cats We have learned that meowing cats only do so when they want to call their human's attention. Cats do not use the meowing to communicate among themselves. These creatures probably tried to talk to us but a meow was the best they could get. But when is a meowing cat too much? If you live in a building, this excessive meowing can easily disturb your neighbors. [xyz-ips snippet="login-con-facebook-en"] [fb_plugin post href=https://www.facebook.com/dogalize/videos/10217264902765280/] My meowing cat is driving me crazy! There are several reasons why a cat will excessively meow. We can count the following:
  • To seek attention. Cats actually do not like to be alone for too much time. He will usually meow at you while he rubs himself against your leg to incite some play time or simply wants to talk. Either way, do not respond to your cat's excessive meowing. Ignore him and when he is quiet then you proceed to play with him;
  • When they are sick. Many cat diseases can result in a cat's excessive meowing cat. A meowing cat becomes excessively vocal if they have a kidney disease, for example;
  • They want food. Cats will usually meow at anyone who gets inside the kitchen to see if they can get a bite. They will usually meow when the time to eat is nigh. To stop your cat, do not feed him when he meows, but until he stays quiet;
  • He is stressed. New and unexpected situations like having a new member in the family, or moving furniture or into a new house, the death of a loved one, can lead to a very vocal cat. Try to find out what is stressing your meowing cat and help him adjust to the change;
  • Cats in heat. If a cat wants to breed because they are not spayed or neutered, you can expect a lot of noise. Females yowl loudly when they are in heat and male cats yowl when they smell them. Spay or neuter your cat to prevent this.
Other causes Try to figure out what is causing your cat to meow in excess and train him accordingly. Other reasons why your cat's meows could be:
  • To greet you
  • Because he spends alone too much time
  • Cognitive dysfunction due to aging
Here in Dogalize, we have tons of tips and tricks to keep your cat as happy as he can get. Take a look around and check out all the ways in which we can help.

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Food allergy on the dog Whenever you detect a food allergy on the dog, it can actually be rather frustrating. People do not seem to know that dogs can indeed develop allergies to some premium foods. Note that a food allergy on the dog is not the same as food intolerance. [xyz-ips snippet="login-con-facebook-en"] [fb_plugin post href=https://www.facebook.com/dogalize/videos/10216942358621878/] Hot to tell a food allergy on the dog A food allergy is an immune response that attacks a foreign body because the body mistakenly identifies it as harmful. The body then creates antibodies to fight off the enemy. Dos can develop allergies to certain foods if they have the genetic predisposition to do so. You have probably noticed that Fido is always itching right after eating his favorite food. This could be a response to what he just ate. The most common allergens As surprising as it might sound, most allergens are not found in grains. In fact, they are found in the food cats love the most. Here's a list:
  • Beef. Thanks to its protein content, which are the most common allergens, beef can be a potential cause for allergies.
  • Wheat. Check out with your veterinarian if the dog is eating properly. When can also be a cause for allergies?
  • Dairy. Not to be confused with lactose intolerance, which manifests in the digestive system. Dairy allergies manifest themselves as itching.
  • Chicken. Sorry, all!
  • Lamb. Same rules for allergies
Symptoms of a food allergy on the dog There are several signs that you should look at to determine the food allergy on the dog. The most common are:
  • Incessant itching and scratching
  • Ear inflammation
  • Any gastrointestinal condition
  • Chronic diarrhea
  • Chronic gas
What should I do? The very first step is to go and confirm your diagnostic while you get your closes veterinarian close to. Consult with a veterinarian o nutritionist which is the best way to go. In Dogalize, we want you to become the dog owner your pet deserves. We have plenty of resources for you and your pet. Visit us to learn more.

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My dog follows me everywhere It is not a shadow or a figment of your imagination. It is your dog right there next to you. Perhaps you are asking yourself, "why is it that my dog follows me everywhere?" The answer to that question is in his genes. If you have an outdoor dog living in the porch you notice that your dog immediately runs towards you. If you sit, he will settle down right there where you are. You know that he is waiting for you to show some love. Let's explore five reasons that answer the questions "why my dog follows me everywhere?" [xyz-ips snippet="login-con-facebook-en"] [fb_plugin post href=https://www.facebook.com/dogalize/videos/10214143681638547/] They like the positive reinforcement If a dog knows that following you will result in a positive reinforcement, they will follow suit. They do this because they know you are the source of food and treats. In other words, there is a strong bond that was paired through time over a great amount of reinforcement. Imprinting An egg hatches and the tiny goose is searching for his mother. The first living thing he sees and receives him, automatically becomes his mother. Biologists call this process imprinting. So, this baby goose will follow his mother everywhere. Puppies are also capable of imprinting. They will recognize you as their mother and follow you everywhere. This process occurs within the first twelve weeks of life. Dogs like companionship This is perhaps the most obvious one. Dogs have created this bond with humans during the process of domestication. They prefer the companion of their human friends. The breed factor Some dog breeds have been dubbed "Velcro dogs" because they instinctively stick to their owner. Dogs that have been bred for centuries to work alongside people will more easily become Velcro dogs. Attention seekers Sometimes your dog is requiring your attention and stick to you to the point where you might trip on them. It probably is his feeding time or wants you to play with him. Show him that you love him. The best resources for everything related to dogs can be found here in Dogalize. We have everything there is to know about dogs and dog care. Visit us to learn more.

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