4 Ways To Keep The Ticks Off Your Dog This Spring

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With the emergence of spring, you are going to see a return of ticks as well. In the spring time, ticks like to come out of hiding and make their presence know. Ticks are not only annoying, they are also carries of numerous diseases, one of the most serious for your pet being Lyme disease. This is why you want to make sure that you are fighting to keep ticks off your pet this spring.

25 March 2018

What Is Feline Tooth Resorption?

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Whether you painstakingly brush your kitty's teeth everyday or just once in a while, it might surprise you to learn that there's a dental disorder that can strike any cat, regardless of dental hygiene. This problem is called tooth resorption and your kitty could potentially be at risk of developing it. Read on to learn more about this condition, why it happens, and what the treatment is. What It Is

28 December 2017

3 Pro Tips For Boarding Your Special Needs Cat

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If your cat has a medical condition that requires daily care, you might be worried about the prospect of boarding your kitty. The good news is, most animal boarding facilities are well prepared for taking care of pets with special needs. Even so, there are some tips you can follow that will help to ensure your kitty's well-being while keeping your expenses low. Here are three ideas you should employ when you want to board your special needs cat.

30 November 2017

Fixing & Vaccinating Dogs: Two of the Best Things You Can Do For Their Health & Well-Being

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When you get a dog, you'll have a lot of things to do to care for them. You'll need to get them quality food, make sure they have all the supplies they need including chew toys, you'll want to train them and you'll also want to make sure they are kept healthy. Two of the biggest things that you can do to help keep your dog as healthy as they can be is to make sure they are always currently vaccinated and to have them fixed.

8 November 2017

4 Fast Facts To Know About Hip Dysplasia In Dogs

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Feeding, training, and regular visits to the veterinarian will help your dog live a healthy and happy life. Unfortunately, some dog breeds are prone to conditions that affect their comfort and ability to move. Hip dysplasia can affect all types of dogs, but some breeds, such as German shepherds, are predisposed to the condition. Using this guide, you will learn a few fast facts regarding this painful condition in dogs.

19 October 2017

What To Expect After Your Cat Has Been Spayed

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Getting your cat fixed is a responsible thing to do, but many pet parents don't consider what it will be like after the process is done. While male cats can typically bounce back from being neutered fairly quickly, female cats often take a bit longer. This is because female cats have a deeper incision made than males. If you're not sure what to expect when your female cat's spaying is complete, keep reading:

4 September 2017

Is Your Dog Passing Rice Or Tapeworms?

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Parasites are an unfortunate thing that dog owners have to manage. When their pup ends up with tapeworms, a trip to the vet is probably not far behind. Unfortunately, the easiest way to gauge this situation is by examining a dog's droppings, a situation that can be complicated by a rice-heavy diet. Tapeworms Look Like Rice The problematic thing about tapeworms is that they typically don't cause a dog to show any symptoms of illness.

23 August 2017