Caring For Your New Male Puppy And Ensuring That They Live A Healthy And Comfortable Life

20 June 2017
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If you plan to adopt a male puppy that is a small, docile breed, the following tips will assist with caring for your new pet and ensuring that they live a healthy and comfortable life. As a result, you will be provided with a companion each day who will add joy to your life and prevent you from feeling lonely. Neutering And Aftercare Neutering a pet is a common procedure that can be performed by a veterinarian. Read More 

Four Precautions All Dog Owners Should Take In Tick-Prone Areas

7 May 2017
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If you live in an area where ticks are common, then your dog is at risk for a whole array of tick-borne illnesses, from Lyme disease to ehrlichiosis. Though these diseases are typically treatable with antibiotics, they do cause quite a bit of suffering, so it's much better to protect your dog against them. Here are four precautions you can take to protect your dog when living in a tick-prone area. Read More 

Sun Worshipping Can Be Hazardous To Your Cat’s Health

25 April 2017
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As a human, you know the importance of protecting your exposed skin before heading out to bask in the sun's warmth. Those ultraviolet rays pose the risk for skin cancer, especially if you have a light complexion. Did you know that your cat could also suffer cancerous consequences as a result of sun worshipping? Find out more about cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma in cats, if your cat is at greater risk and what you can do to try to prevent it. Read More 

Does Your Dog Swim? Make Sure You Know About Leptosporosis

16 March 2017
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Does your dog love wading through streams when walking in the woods? Maybe he's the type of dive head-first into a pond of water and splash around like a seal. Swimming is great exercise for dogs, and many of them really enjoy it, but it does come with its risks. One of these risks is a disease called leptosporosis, which is caused by bacteria sometimes found in streams and small bodies of water. Read More 

Doggy Diarrhea: Things You Should Know

8 March 2017
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From viral gastrointestinal bugs to disease to ingesting something that doesn't agree with them, humans are bound to experience occasional bouts of diarrhea. The same is true for dogs. Get the scoop on your dog's poop to learn what can cause diarrhea, what you should look for when your dog experiences it, whether or not it can be dealt with at home, and when it should be addressed to your veterinarian at a pet hospital. Read More