Animal Care 101: Veterinarian Tips

Laser Therapy Can Be An Effective Treatment For Your Dog's Joints

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As your dog becomes older, he or she may begin to experience joint pain. If you have tried everything else, you may want to consider having your dog undergo laser therapy. How Laser Therapy Works When your dog has joint pain, low-level laser therapy can help alleviate the pain by stimulating cells and encouraging blood circulation. This blood circulation can help reduce pain signals. Those who have dysplasia, tendon damage, and arthritis can all benefit from laser therapy.…

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Four Ways To Reduce Your Cat's Stress Levels

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Stress can affect cats just as significantly as it affects humans. If your cat is feeling stressed out, they might pull their fur out, over-groom themselves, act out by urinating outside of the litter box, or even experience significant weight gain. Thankfully, there are plenty of ways you can reduce your cat’s stress levels – including the following. Provide isolation from other animals. Cats who feel threatened by other animals need a place where they can get away from these other pets.…

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4 Things All Pet Owners Need To Know About Vaccinations

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No matter what type of domestic pet you have, there’s a good chance there are specific vaccinations recommended by your vet to keep your pet safe. For example, most dogs and cats should be vaccinated against rabies once every year or every three years (depending on the vaccine used). Keeping your pet up-to-date on vaccinations helps to protect your pet’s health, as well as the health and wellness of those around you.…

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