Feline Diabetes And The Holiday Hustle: 5 Things To Know To Keep Your Kitty Safe

Posted on: 4 December 2020
Holidays are a busy time for everyone, but if you have a diabetic cat in your household, no shopping, gift-giving, or celebrations can get in the way of the care your feline needs, no matter what.  1. Your Cat Shouldn't Have Any Human Holiday Food While it's tempting to offer your beloved pet a treat here and there as you roast and simmer, it's very dangerous for a diabetic. Unless your veterinarian has explicitly stated that you are allowed to stray from the animal's diet, don't drop even a nibble for your diabetic cat.
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Three Things To Ask An Animal Boarding Service Before Trusting Them With Your Furry Friend

Posted on: 2 November 2020
If you're about to become a first-time owner of a dog or cat, you're undoubtedly looking forward to spending many happy years with your companion. However, like most pet owners, there will likely be times when it's necessary for you to travel without your pet. Even though there are many pet-friendly hotels and motels, these are actually better for overnight travelers rather than vacationers because they usually have rules against leaving pets in rooms, which makes it challenging to go sightseeing, shopping, or even to enjoy a leisurely meal in a great restaurant.
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Tips To Properly Care For Your Dog's Paws

Posted on: 25 September 2020
From regular brushing and grooming to teeth cleaning, there are several things you need to do to keep your dog looking great. Caring for your dog's paws is equally as important as the paws are critical to your dog's health and comfort. Your dog's paws provide cushioning that protects your dog's joints while keeping your dog comfortable on your morning walks. Here are a few simple tips to help you properly care for your dog's paws.
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3 Warning Signs Your Dog Is Having Health Issues And What You Can Do About Them

Posted on: 21 August 2020
Your dog is going to need your help in caring for them. A dog can take care of themself in some ways, but they still need your assistance in order to stay healthy and happy. To care for your dog, you're going to need to pay attention to your dog and how they are behaving, eating, and drinking. If you notice anything out of the ordinary, you need to get them any help they may need.
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