Animal Care 101: Veterinarian Tips

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Need To Check Your Dog Into A Board And Care Facility? 3 Tips For A Stress-Free Stay

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If you usually take your dog with you when you travel, leaving them at a board and care might be a new experience for you – and your dog. New experiences can be difficult, especially if you haven’t prepared yourself for the process. Unfortunately, your dog is going to be looking to you for guidance on this new experience. To make your dogs stay as stress-free as possible, here are three steps you should take.…

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2 Ways To Keep Your Elderly Dog Healthy And Happy

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Keeping your elderly dog healthy and happy can often be quite difficult for many individuals as your dog is going to be more susceptible to illness and disease as they get older. Thankfully, there are a few things you can do to keep your elderly dog as healthy and as happy as possible, such as the two listed below. Take Your Elderly Dog To The Vet Regularly The most important step to take when trying to keep your elderly dog healthy is to take him or her to the vet regularly.…

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Why Taking Care Of Your Dog's Teeth Is Important

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You probably brush your teeth every day and visit a dentist regularly as efforts to keep your teeth strong and healthy, but do you take the time to care for your dog’s oral health? Many dog owners fail to provide the right types of oral care habits for their pets, and failing to care for a dog’s teeth and mouth can result in problems. Here are several things to understand about this.…

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Notice Bad Breath From Your Cat? 3 Reasons A Vet Visit Can Help

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Snuggling with your cat can be one of your favorite activities, but it could also become something you don’t look forward to anymore if your cat has bad breath. If you’re unhappy with the odor coming from your cat, you need to consider what you can do to get their mouths checked out. While brushing their teeth on your own can be an option, there are several reasons why visiting a veterinarian can be a better move.…

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Teeth Cleaning And Other Oral Health Tips Or Your Dog

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Your dog’s teeth are very important. They aren’t just to help your dog eat his food, treats, or a favorite toy; his teeth are important because if they are unhealthy, it can spread that unhealthiness to other parts of his body or his organs. Poor oral health can affect your dogs liver, kidneys, and even his heart. Cleaning your dog’s teeth is an important part of caring for your dog. See below for some teeth cleaning tips and other oral health tips.…

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How To Introduce Your Cat To A New Baby

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If you’re expecting a new child, you might be experiencing some anxiety about whether your cat will be accepting of the baby. Cats can experience anxiety or territorial behavior if they’re not gradually introduced to a newborn. Read this guide to help your cat get accustomed to your baby. Scent First One of the best things you can do when introducing your cat to a new baby is to avoid having them meet face-to-face at first.…

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3 Reasons To Visit A Vet Before Moving Out Of The Country With Your Cat

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If you’re anticipating moving out of the country, there are several things that you’ll need to be responsible for in order for the move to go smoothly. If you have a pet cat that you’re planning on bringing with you to your new home, you need to consider the work that’s involved in transitioning to a new country with an animal. Transporting animal laws can differ country-to-country, so you should consider the following reasons why a vet visit should be made a priority before booking your travel tickets.…

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Older Dog Has Fleas? Keep Your Pet Safe With This Information

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If your beloved older dog has fleas, you might not know how to treat your pet’s problem safely.  Fleas can cause numerous health problems for older dogs, especially pets with thin or dry skin. Your pet can develop an intense itch in their delicate skin. If the bites become infected, your dog may suffer even more. Here are ways to keep your pet safe from flea bites. Moisturize Your Pet’s Skin…

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3 Signs Your Cat Is Stressed Out and How to Reduce the Stress

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Cats may sometimes seem like laid-back and disinterested creatures, but kitties can become stressed just like anyone else. As a responsible pet parent, it’s a good idea to be able to recognize the signs and symptoms of stress in your cat so you can deal with the problem as quickly as possible. Doing so will help you to prevent your cat from experiencing unwanted strain in its life that could have an impact on its health.…

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Going Away For The Holidays: A Care Guide For Dog Owners

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If you’re planning a holiday getaway to see family or friends but can’t bring your faithful pet dog with you, you need to make sure you do what you can to properly prepare your pet for the separation. Your dog will need their physical needs met, but they will also need to feel confident that nothing is wrong and that you will return. This care guide can help your dog adjust to alternative care and interruption in routine as smoothly as possible.…

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