Make Preventive Care Easy For Your Puppy With The Help Of The Vet

19 March 2021
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Preventive care is so important for making sure that your puppy lives a long and healthy life. Getting your puppy started with the right medical care early on can be much easier when you reach out to a veterinarian that can discuss the care that they will need. When you're curious about preventive care that could be needed, you should consider the following things that affect their health and discuss what the vet can do to make sure that you're satisfied with the quality of care that your dog will get. Read More …

Symptoms and Causes of Your Dog’s Itching and Scratching Problems

10 February 2021
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If your dog is scratching and licking his or her paws, then you want to know why so you can make them feel comfortable. The problem with skin reactions is they are often caused by different issues. Plus, your dog may have more than one cause. Here is more information about the way skin problems manifest themselves and their common causes. Common Skin Problems Skin problems come in multiple forms depending on your dog's health and condition. Read More …

Recognizing and Treating Torn ACLs in Dogs

5 January 2021
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You've probably known at least one human who tore their ACL. This ligament in the knee is one of the most common ones to be sprained and torn by athletes. But did you know that dogs can also tear their ACL? Larger, athletic dogs like German shepherds and Rottweilers are most prone to this injury, but ACL tears can occur in any breed. As a dog owner, you should learn to recognize the signs of an ACL tear, and you should also know how vets treat this injury. Read More …

Three Things You Need to Know About Your Double-Coated Dog Breed

30 November 2020
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If you're like many pet owners, you like the idea of grooming your dog at home instead of paying the relatively expensive price tag for a groomer every month or so. This is easy in many cases, especially for those with short-haired breeds such as Labrador retrievers, boxers, and bulldogs. Certain longhaired breeds, including golden retrievers and Yorkshire terriers, are also fairly easy to groom once you get the hang of it. Read More …

Could Your Hyperactive Older Cat Have A Hyperactive Thyroid?

3 November 2020
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Older cats, just like people, tend to have more health issues crop up as time passes. If your usually leisurely feline becomes skittish all of a sudden, that's a strong indication that something, perhaps the thyroid, is amiss and that a trip to a veterinary clinic is in short order. What Hyperactive Thyroid Means To Any Patient Nearly every pet has a thyroid, but when something isn't right with the little butterfly-shaped gland, so many symptoms can emerge. Read More …

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A Guide to Keeping Pets Healthy and Happy

Every novice animal parent needs to learn how to care for their pet. However, even experienced pet owners can benefit from learning more about their pet's physical and psychological needs. New medical discoveries relating to animal health are made on a near-daily basis, and many reveal new facts about animal health care that can help ward off future disease and help keep pets healthier and happier even longer. We created this blog, because we love keeping up on the latest pet health news and sharing it with everyone who strives to keep their pet healthy and happy. We plan to cover topics relating to a variety of animals, including dogs, cats, birds, and much more. Come back and check out our new posts often to keep learning more about the animals you love!