2020

  • When To Take Your Cat To The Vet


    If you are a cat owner you may assume that your cat is going to be as healthy every day as the day you brought them home. After all, cats are incredibly self-sufficient and can take care of themselves in a lot of ways. However, there are times where cats need pet services from a veterinarian to stay healthy. It is important to know some of the times that you should take your cat to the vet.
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  • What You Should Know About Lymphosacroma In Cats


    One of the things you never want to have happen to your precious feline companion is for them to develop a serious health condition. However, there are several such conditions that can affect cats. One of those is lymphosarcoma (also known as lymphoma). As a cat owner, it is important to know as much as you can about lymphosarcoma in cats, including the signs of this form of cancer and what can be done about it.
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  • Tips For Surviving Your Dog's Seizure


    It is a scary experience to witness your dog have a seizure. Usually, they suffer convulsions and are unable to respond to you; know that these episodes are not painful for your pet, though it may cause you plenty of distress. During a seizure, there are some things that you can do to prevent further injury and make your pet more comfortable. Some tips for dealing with your pet's scary seizure include:
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  • A Cat Owner's Guide To Diarrhea


    Cats can be quite secretive when they don't feel well, often hiding their discomfort or pain from their owners. The litterbox can provide a good indicator as to when your cat is sick. Diarrhea, in particular, can indicate a health problem that needs to be addressed immediately. Possible Causes There are several things that can cause your cat to develop diarrhea, and many of them are nothing major to be concerned about.
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  • Spring Care Tips For Your Dog


    When the seasons change and the weather starts to warm up, you may find yourself wondering if there is anything you can and should do for your dog and their care. There are numerous steps you can and should take to care for your dog in the spring months. Learn about some of the ways you can and should care for your dog this spring. Then, you can be sure your dog care routine maximizes the health and well-being of your dog.
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  • Does Your Dog Really Need To Be Vaccinated Against Kennel Cough?


    In this day and age, veterinarians and scientists are advocates for not over vaccinating your pets. That is to say that the old belief that pets need vaccines every single year is often no longer the recommendation. But does that mean that you should actively avoid vaccines for your pet? Absolutely not. They can protect against dangerous conditions like kennel cough that can potentially harm your pet's health and put their life at risk.
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  • Avoiding Some Potentially Serious Health Problems With Your Pet


    Making sure that your pet is having all of its healthcare needs met is among the most basic and important responsibilities that you will have to your animal. However, pet owners may not always be as thorough as they should be when meeting these needs. Keep Your Pet Vaccinated Failing to keep the animal vaccinated is one of the most common and serious oversights that an owner may make as this can leave their animal far more vulnerable to otherwise avoidable serious illness and disease.
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  • 3 Common Problems Unneutered Cats May Have


    When you adopt a cat, you have a decision to make: do you spay or neuter them or let them remain fully intact? Before you make this decision, it's a good idea to know about some of the issues you could face if you choose not to neuter your cat. Here are three of them. 1. Spraying Spraying is a behavior that cats perform to mark their territory. Unfortunately, it's terrible for pet owners.
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  • 3 Signs Your Dog Has An Infected Anal Gland


    Dogs have glands around their anus that give off a scent for other animals. These scents can tell other animals your dog's sex and age and even information about their health. You may have never noticed anything about this gland, but smaller dogs have to have these anal glands expressed for them to prevent issues. Larger dogs will express these glands on their own. When the glands are not expressed, it may result in infection.
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