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Pet First Aid for Common Emergencies
June 30, 2023

Being prepared for emergencies and other eventualities that may arise with your furry friend is essential as a pet owner. To achieve this, you must learn basic pet first aid techniques.

Common Health Issues in Rabbits and How to Prevent Them
March 10, 2023

Rabbits are cute, cuddly pets that bring joy to their owners. However, like any other pet, they are prone to certain health problems. Rabbit owners need to be aware of the common health issues below and take preventive measures to keep their rabbits healthy and happy.

5 Causes of Periodontal Disease in Dogs and Cats
December 29, 2022

Periodontal disease in dogs and cats begins with bacterial buildup in their mouths and can lead to tooth loss. It is a severe disease that has more repercussions than tooth loss. It can cause loss of appetite, resulting in your pet’s weight loss. The bacteria and plaque can move to other body organs through the blood and cause damage. Studies show that it affects over 87 percent of dogs and 70 percent of cats.

How to Care for Your Pet After Spay or Neuter Surgery
September 31, 2022

Any pet surgery can be stressful for both the pet and the owner. One of the most common pet surgeries is a spay or neuter surgery. Spaying removes a female pet’s reproductive organs, and neutering is the equivalent of surgery for a male pet.

5 Tips to Prevent Parasites and Heartworms in Pets
May 17, 2022

Parasites are a very common problem among pets, and most animals will experience them at some point during their lifetime. However, that doesn’t mean that they have to be a forgone conclusion. There are now more preventative treatments that can help keep parasites away than ever before, enabling your pet to avoid the discomfort, irritation and potentially dangerous consequences that they can cause.

Signs and Symptoms of Heartworm in Dogs
May 11, 2022

Heartworm disease is a dangerous and sometimes fatal disease that can affect dogs, cats, ferrets, and other mammals. It can also affect humans in rare instances. Cats are not as susceptible to heartworms as dogs; they are an atypical host. So most heartworms do not survive in adult cats. However, even immature worms can cause real damage to a cat. The treatment dogs receive for heartworm disease does not apply to cats. Prevention is the only way to protect your cat.

Do Microchips Increase the Odds of Finding Lost Pets?
February 8, 2022

The American Humane Society says that pet owners lose almost 10 million pets each year. Even the most careful pet owners can find themselves in a situation where their pet is missing. 

6 Tips for New Pet Owners
January 06, 2022

Owning a pet can bring you much joy, but it is also a huge responsibility. Most people who have never owned a pet find the thought of getting one quite intimidating. Bringing a new pet home, especially a dog, will require you to make some changes. 

The Importance of Vaccinating Your Pet
December 7, 2021

Pet owners want their animals to live long, happy and healthy lives. Unfortunately, animals can get sick. Many diseases can affect our pets, and many are infectious, meaning that they can be easily transmitted between unprotected animals. The good news is that many of the most serious and deadly animal diseases can be prevented with vaccinations. 

How Often Do Pets Need Dental Exams?
November 8, 2021

Most pet parents understand that it is important to take their pet to the veterinarian at least once every year. The annual physical exams are important to keep the pet healthy, happy, and safe. What most people do not realize is that it is equally important for pets to get pet dental exams.

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