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  • New Pet Owner Tips to Follow


    Owning a pet is a tremendous responsibility as it will be your responsibility to ensure that the animal stays healthy and happy. To this end, new pet owners will need to be prepared to follow some best practices to keep their animals safe. Keep Your Pet's Vaccinations Updated Vaccinations are among the most important types of preventative care that you can provide to your pet. Without vaccinations, your pet can be extremely susceptible to suffering from a range of significant illnesses and diseases.
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  • Buying A Cane Corso Puppy? How To Give Them A Good Start


    If you've decided to bring a Cane Corso puppy, now's the time to start with the preparations. If you've never had a Cane Corso puppy, you might not know how to provide them with the care that they need. Cane Corso's are highly intelligent. If given the right care, Cane Corso's can be great family dogs. If you're not sure how to care for your new puppy, read the list provided below.
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  • Getting Married? Use Grooming Service to Prepare Your Dog for the Wedding


    While planning your wedding, you may decide that you want your dog to be a part of the whole experience. Bringing your dog will require considerable preparation because you want to make sure they look great and are supervised and cared for from start to finish. Since you are getting married, you will need to get help from your family and friends to ensure a smooth outcome. Another important part is giving your dog the look you want for your wedding.
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  • What It Means If Your Dog Has Excessive Diarrhea


    If your dog has excessive and reoccurring diarrhea, there is a reason and you need to get to the bottom of it. Your dog is relying on you to take care of its health, and this is one of those situations where your dog needs to be taken care of. Reoccurring diarrhea over time can cause other issues for your dog such as dehydration, lethargy, dizziness, and it could eventually kill your dog if you aren't careful.
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  • Why You Should Book Dental Cleanings For Your Dog


    There are all sorts of ways that you can keep your dog's teeth clean to some degree, including brushing them with a special finger brush and providing hard chew toys. There will often come a time, however, that tartar begins to build up on your dog's teeth and requires the intervention of a professional. This is a time to book a dental cleaning appointment for the pet at your local veterinary clinic.
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  • What Makes Nail Clipping an Integral Part of Dog Care?


    When you think of dog care for your pup, you probably associate it with taking your animal for vaccinations, feeding it a healthy diet, and seeking veterinary services whenever your pup falls ill. Grooming tasks like nail clipping are also a vital necessity.  While it is difficult to get your pooch to hold still so can cut their nails, you can take them to the vet for this service and avoid the struggle.
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  • Caring For Your New Pet


    Bringing a new pet into your family can be a highly rewarding experience. However, it will require you to be prepared to meet the basic care needs of the animal. While caring for a pet is not particularly difficult, it can be easy for new pet owners to overlook some of the basic best practices for being a pet owner. Familiarize Your Pet With Having Its Paws Handled There can be many situations where you will need to handle your pet's paws.
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  • Acute Hyperglycemia in Diabetic Dogs: When To Call The Vet


    Dogs diagnosed with diabetes are more likely to experience a sudden bout of high blood sugar known as acute hyperglycemia. This condition can quickly become a life-threatening emergency. If your dog is diagnosed with this condition, it is important to know the signs of acute hyperglycemia and how to manage it.  Signs of Acute Hyperglycemia Any dog with diabetes will experience sustained, high blood sugar levels if you are not careful to administer their insulin and keep them on a carbohydrate-restricted diet.
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  • Handling A Pet Emergency


    A health emergency with your pet can be a frightening experience for any owner. In addition to the pain of seeing a beloved pet sick or injured, an owner may also feel stress due to not knowing how they should respond in these situations to help their pet. Consider The Value Of Having An Emergency Plan In Place For Your Pet It may not be possible for you to effectively anticipate all of the potential health problems that your pet may encounter.
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  • Spaying Does More Than Prevent Puppies


    The primary reason to spay a female dog is, of course, to prevent puppies. However, this is not the only reason for spaying. If you're considering whether or not you should spay your female dog, then it's important to be fully aware of all the benefits of spaying. Here's a look at a few distinct ones. Reduced Risk of Various Illnesses The best-known health benefit of spaying is that it removes the risk of reproductive cancers in dogs.
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