3 Important Tips When Taking Your Dog In For Surgery

9 April 2018
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For many, the dog is not just a pet. It's a member of their family. If you feel the same way about your dog, it can be hard when they need surgery. You can ensure their surgery is a success, though, by considering these tips.  1. Choose the Right Vet  Your first priority for ensuring surgery success is choosing the right veterinary clinic. Not all are created equal, and you need to choose carefully by following a strict protocol. Read More 

Dog Care Tips To Keep Your Pup Healthy

30 December 2017
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Dogs require care and attention, as well as health care in order to keep your furry pal healthy and happy. You can't simply feed your dog and give water and expect him to be a good dog. You need to give him love, attention and other care in order to raise a good dog that will be healthy for years to come. See below for some tips to help you care for your dog. Read More 

Tired Of Getting Scratched? 4 Reasons Declawing Your Cats May Be The Right Decision

28 November 2017
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If you have cats, you might have thought about having them declawed. While this procedure isn't right for all cats, especially those that spend time outside, it can be right for others. Declawing will remove the claws, leaving your cats with paws that are not capable of scratching or gouging. Here are four reasons why you should declaw your cats. 1. Your Cats Never Leave the House If your cats live strictly indoors, declawing might be a good option for you to consider. Read More 

How To Prep Your Home After Your Dog Has Surgery

13 November 2017
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If your dog needs surgery, it can be a scary time. This is your best buddy going in for surgery, and no matter what type of surgery it is, it's still a stressful and scary time. Your job as a pet parent is to take good care of your pup and nurse him back to health after surgery. This may mean that you need to make a few changes to your home to make your pup more comfortable and to ensure he recovers fully. Read More 

The 4 Stages Of Canine Periodontal Disease

19 October 2017
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You most likely understand the importance of brushing your own teeth, but you may not realize your dog also requires dental care of their mouth, teeth, and gums. While shocking to learn, most dogs have some sort of periodontal disease by three years of age. If your dog has a form of gum disease, they will experience a great deal of uncomfortable swelling and bleeding in their gums, but they may also lose one or more teeth due to the disease. Read More