Behavior Problems in Pets Can Have Range and Lasting Effect

A dog digs a hole in the grass.

Depending on an animal’s patterns and habits, an owner’s reaction to behavioral problems might vary between mild concern, irritation, or outright panic. An increase in frequency or duration of certain behaviors can become extremely problematic, especially if a pet acts aggressively toward others. 

Without a doubt, when behavior problems in pets cause or make dangerous situations worse, it’s time to act. It’s equally important to have them addressed when simply confusing or frustrating in order to stop them from getting out-of-hand. The result is a safer, happier home paired with a pet’s high quality of life.

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Trouble Afoot: All About Paw Problems in Pets

White dog paws against a bright yellow background.

Your pet’s paws are their gateway to the world. Not only do paws take them where they want to go, they act as shock absorbers for the feet and leg bones as well as providing insulation and traction for the feet. As important as they are, it’s easy to overlook your pet’s paws when it comes to your daily pet care regimen.

Let’s take a look at some of the most common paw problems in pets, and how you can best care for this critical (and super cute) body part!

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