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Learn What Steps To Take When You Find A Stray Dog You Want To Keep

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When a dog arrives at your home, it can be hard to know what to do. If you have tried to find the owner for the dog unsuccessfully and are considering keeping it, it is important to take it to the vet to be checked out first. The following guide walks you through a few things that you may be able to learn about the dog when you take it to the vet. Read More»

Canine Health 101: 3 Tips For Healthy And Happy Feet

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Unlike humans, dogs have tough pads on their feet for protection. While very tough, they aren’t infallible. Just like human feet, dog paws are susceptible to a variety of issues. Because of this, it’s important to care for your dog’s feet. So how can you help keep your dog’s feet healthy and happy? Here are three tips: 1. Keep The Hair Trimmed Dogs with longer hair usually grow hair on their paw pads. Read More»

Is It Time for an Emergency Trip to the Vet? How To Know

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As a pet owner, it is important to make sure that you are aware of the signs that tell you that it is time to take your pet to the veterinarian. Beyond the standard yearly checkups, you will want to schedule an emergency appointment should your pet exhibit any of the following: Throwing Up for a Few Days Your pet can experience an upset stomach just like you, especially if it ate something that didn’t sit well in its stomach. Read More»

Troubling Signs You Should Never Ignore When It Comes To The Health Of Your Pet

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As a pet owner it is crucial that you are aware of when you need to take your pet to the animal hospital. The more you know what to look for, the easier it will be to know when it is time for an appointment with the vet. To help you with this, you will want to take a few moments to read through the following points. Consistent Vomiting Read More»

3 Tips For Better Veterinary X-Rays

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Here are a few tips that will help ensure that you get the best and most accurate x-rays when taking x-rays of pets for veterinary purposes.  #1 Clam Down The Patient When dealing with pets and x-rays, it is very important for the pet to be calm. Some pets are really chill and may be capable of laying down how you want without any extra assistance. However, for many pets, just stepping into your office produces anxiety in them. Read More»

Treating Your Pet's Cancer Naturally

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If your pet is more like a member of the family than a mere animal you live with, finding out your beloved animal has cancer can be devastating. Treating cancer in animals can present some unique challenges, but there are some natural therapies that you can try. Here are three natural ways to try and fight your pet’s cancer without relying on harsh chemicals or pharmaceutical drugs that might make him or her feel worse. Read More»

How To Treat Polydactyl Cats

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The perk of being a cat owner is that cats are healthy animals. Cats usually only go to the veterinary for checkups and vaccines. They are also pretty independent animals and do not need constant attention.  However, toe anomalies are one of those conditions that require medical attention. Read on to find out know how to treat polydactyl cats. What Is Polydactyl? Polydactyly is a physical anomaly that is present at birth. Read More»

It's A Little Wet Outside: 3 Things Hazards To Protect Your Dog From

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Spring is here. It’s time to prepare for the wet weather. While you’re busy waterproofing your house, it’s important to remember that the wet weather holds special hazards for your canine family members. This is particularly true if your dog spends a lot of time outdoors. Here are potential hazards that the wet weather can pose to your dog. Mushroom Menace When it rains, mushrooms start popping up all over the place. Read More»

What To Do If Your Dog Is Bitten By A Tick After A Hike

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If you take your dog hiking with you, then you need to be prepared for the unfortunate scenario where they get bitten by a tick. You don’t want to stop taking your dogs on hikes, so what you need to do is be prepared for what to do should you get home and comb them out and discover a little bloodsucking tick on them. Here’s a good breakdown on what supplies you need and what you should do. Read More»

That's One Big Puppy: 4 Steps To Alleviate Growing Pains

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If you have a large-breed puppy, you should be prepared for growing pains. Large-breed puppies can develop a condition known as panosteitis, which can cause pain and discomfort in its legs and joints. Without proper treatment, your puppy can develop more serious symptoms including lameness, fever, and loss of appetite. If your puppy develops panosteitis, here are four steps you can take to alleviate its discomfort. Seek Medical Care Read More»