Written by Louiza Stylianou

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Louiza Stylianou

Louiza is an accomplished writer and passionate dog lover who has dedicated her professional career to the promotion of pet care awareness and animal welfare. As the Content Marketing Manager at Cooper Pet Care, she merges her love for writing and animals to generate engaging content, ensuring pet owners are well-equipped with knowledge to provide the best care for their furry companions.

Her work at Cooper Pet Care includes creating engaging blog posts, informative articles, newsletters, and social media content, all focusing on providing readers with practical advice and recent advancements in pet care. She is also responsible for the company’s content calendar, ensuring a steady stream of relevant information that resonates with the pet owner community.

The synthesis of her passion for writing and love for dogs has allowed Louiza to make a meaningful impact in the pet care industry. Her contributions continue to educate pet owners, ensuring our furry friends receive the love and care they deserve.

Can Cats Eat Pistachios?

When it comes to feline dietary choices, it’s essential to know that our furry companions have different nutritional needs than we do. While pistachios might be a crunchy, salty delight for us humans, the question arises: “Can cats eat pistachios?” The simple answer is no, cats should not eat pistachios.

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Maine Coon Cats

Maine Coons are an exceptional breed, quite distinct from your standard house cats. They hold the unique distinction of being the largest domesticated cat breed, with males typically weighing between 5.9 to 8.2 kilograms, and females ranging from 3.6 to 5.4 kilograms.

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My Cat Ate Rat Poison

As a pet owner, one of the scariest things to experience is seeing your furry friend eat something they shouldn’t. If your cat has eaten rat bait or a poisoned rodent, it’s important to act quickly and seek professional help from a veterinarian.

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Understanding Why Vets Do Blood Work on Pets

“We’ll need to get some blood work done on your pet,” your friendly vet tells you. You may feel reassured that checks will take place but unsure about why they need to happen at all. So, what are vets looking for when they carry out blood tests on your pet?

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I Can’t Cut My Cat’s Nails!

Keeping a cat’s nails neat and trimmed is something lots of pet owners say they struggle with. Once, you’ve mastered the technique, you’ll be able to wave goodbye to nasty scratches on both your furniture and members of your household. Nails that get too long can cause cats pain, problems with walking and a range of other medical issues.

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How to Clean House with Pets: What to Know

One of the most important—and challenging—parts of pet parenting is keeping your home clean with your furry friend around. From dealing with pet hair to cleaning up accidents, it can seem impossible to keep your house neat and tidy with a pet in the mix. But with some simple guidance, you can easily learn how to clean house with pets and keep your home looking its best.

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How to Keep a Clean House with Dogs

Dogs can be messy. Inevitably, the house doesn’t stay clean around dogs, no matter their size. Are you a recent pet parent looking for some tips and tricks on how to keep the house clean when you have dogs? This short guide is for you.

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How to Keep a Clean House with Cats: A Short Guide

Nobody likes a messy house. But when you have cats, it can seem like no matter how much you tidy up there’s always a bit of fur or a stray kitten toy left behind. Luckily, there are some things you can do to help keep your house clean even with a few furry friends running around.

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How to Crate Train an Older Dog

We all have times when we need a little bit of extra help and emotional support. Dogs are no different. A favorite blanket, for example, can be a great comfort even to an older pooch, just as it can be to a small child. Crate training dogs has generated a wide range of opinions from a broad cross-section…

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How to Train a Dog Not to Jump

No matter how much we love our dogs, there are certain behaviors that we’d prefer them not to display. They might think it’s a good idea to jump on top of you or your family, but the chances are that you most certainly do not. It’s a common behavioral issue even among the most friendly of dogs…

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