Cassidy Sutton

Cassidy is a vet tech and professional pet sitter turned pet writer whose passion is all things animals, both domestic and wild. She’s had a multitude of pets over the years and loves writing about the animal-human bond. She and her husband now live in Wichita with a German Shepherd named Raven, two cats, Lucy & Strudel, and a few backyard chicks. 

Do Wheaten Terriers Shed? Breed Facts & Care Tips

Interested in owning a Wheaten Terrier? Wheatens are excellent family dogs and watchdogs, and they do fairly well around other pets. And although they have long, golden strands of fur, Wheaten Terriers don’t shed much. Instead, the challenge with Wheaten Terriers is the maintenance of their fur. It requires daily grooming despite them not shedding. […]

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Rottweiler vs Mastiff: The Differences (With Pictures)

The Rottweiler and Mastiff look very different at first glance, but these breeds are distant relatives with an ancient Roman background. Rottweilers and Mastiffs are large breeds and, historically, have served and protected in many ways. But don’t be fooled by their appearance; these dogs are big softies at heart. Rottweilers and Mastiffs are excellent

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Are Poinsettias Poisonous to My Dog? Vet Approved Answer

Poinsettias are poisonous to dogs, cats, and horses, but don’t tear down your Christmas decorations just yet. They’re not as poisonous as you would think. The famous crimson-pointed flowers are only mildly toxic, meaning the signs related to poisoning are rarely serious. Generally, you can expect some mouth and stomach irritation, and maybe some vomiting

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5 Dog Breeds Prone to OCD: Vet-Reviewed Facts (With Pictures)

Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a mental health condition characterized by someone uncontrollably thinking about or doing something repeatedly, usually to an extreme level. A similar condition can occur in dogs of any breed. Dogs with a compulsive disorder may bark, chase their tail, lick themselves, or perform other repetitive behaviors. The action becomes compulsive when dogs

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Do Pitbulls’ Jaws Lock When They Bite? Vet-Reviewed Facts and FAQs

No, Pitbulls do not lock their jaws when they bite! It’s commonly believed that Pitbulls, or American Staffordshire Terriers, can lock their jaws when biting down on something. However, this is only a myth. Lockjaw is a rare condition caused by tetanus bacteria that prevents a dog from either opening or closing their mouth. In

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8 Best Dog Backpack Carriers for Hiking in 2024 – Reviews & Top Picks

We know how important it is to find the right hiking backpack. And if you’re carrying a dog? You’ll need something with extra support, storage, and comfort. That’s where this post comes in handy. We’ve reviewed eight dog backpack carriers that deserve an A+ in several categories, like hiking distance and your dog’s body type.

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Why Do Dogs Love Things That Smell Bad to Humans? Vet-Verified Facts

“Ew. Why does my dog do that?” It’s a question every dog owner has asked at least once. Dogs like to stick their noses where it, quite literally, doesn’t belong—inside garbage cans, in a large pile of poop, and up other people’s behinds (unfortunately). Most of the time, the things dogs love to smell don’t

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15 Awesome Small Dog Breeds For First Time Owners (With Pictures)

Some canines are challenging to train and are better for experienced dog owners, but several breeds are ideal for first-time owners. Small dogs are usually easier to handle, but some, like the Chihuahua, are frequently surrendered to shelters because their owners are unprepared to properly train and care for them. If you’re searching for a

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Can Dogs Sniff and Breathe at the Same Time? Canine Anatomy Explained

A dog’s sense of smell is indeed its strongest scent, but dogs do much more than sniff things. Dogs are practically superheroes when it comes to their noses. They can sniff out drugs, cancer, and find missing people—all while breathing and sniffing simultaneously. But does this mean that dogs have a superior sniffer? Let’s find

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