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Hot Weather Tips for Your Pet

Hot Weather Tips for Your Pet

Most pet owners love to spend long, sunny days outdoors with their furry friends. Summertime is the perfect time to run around and have fun. However, when it comes to your pet, it is a time fraught with danger.
How to Prevent and Treat Lyme Disease in Dogs

How to Prevent and Treat Lyme Disease in Dogs

Scientifically known as Lyme borreliosis, Lyme disease is a known zoonotic illness that afflicts both humans and animals. Experts claim that it is the most commonly occurring vector-borne disease in the country. Your dog can get Lyme disease from the black-legged tick or deer tick bites. Is there a deer tick problem in your area? Do you think your dog may have Lyme disease? Let’s discuss the methods of preventing and treating Lyme disease in dogs.
Why Is Heartworm Protection Important?

Why Is Heartworm Protection Important?

Heartworms are not only difficult to treat but they can also be potentially deadly to your beloved dogs and cats. That being so, it is much more effective to prevent the disease altogether. Here’s what you need to know about protecting your pet from heartworm.
Top Things That Are Poisonous to Pets

Top Things That Are Poisonous to Pets

It may seem cute when your pet begs for your food, but you should keep in mind that many human foods are poisonous to your pet. The same goes for other substances, such as antifreeze. Keeping these poisons away from your pets will keep them both healthy and safe.
Why Is Pet Dental Care Important?

Why Is Pet Dental Care Important?

When it comes to keeping your pet’s teeth clean, you need to regularly care for them, just like you do with your own teeth. If you never brushed your teeth, you would have health problems. The same is true if you never cared for your pet’s teeth. The good news is that you don’t have to do it yourself. Your furry friend’s veterinarian can help you care for your pet’s teeth.
What is the spaying and neutering schedule for pets?

What is the spaying and neutering schedule for pets?

If you have adopted a pet, you probably already know that getting them spayed or neutered is something that you will need to arrange at some point in the future. This process, which involves the removal of the reproductive organs of your pet so that they can no longer go on to have babies, is one of the most common elective veterinary surgeries in the world. It is also extremely important for a variety of different reasons. 
Top Benefits of Spaying and Neutering your Pets

Top Benefits of Spaying and Neutering your Pets

As a responsible pet owner, it is down to you to make all of the decisions relating to the health and overall welfare of your pet. One of the most important that you will make will be whether to spay/neuter your pet. Spaying and neutering both refer to the surgical procedure used to remove the reproductive organs of an animal, although spaying tends to be used to describe the process in females, whilst neutering is often used to describe it, males. Spaying and neutering are the most common elective veterinary procedures in the United States, with countless owners making the responsible decision for their pets to undergo this straightforward procedure that requires minimal hospitalization and offers life-long advantages for your pet’s health and wellbeing.
Pet sitter vs. Kennels – Which is best for your pet?

Pet sitter vs. Kennels – Which is best for your pet?

As a pet parent, you undoubtedly feel a lot of pressure to make the right decisions for your pet. This applies to various areas of their life; from the food, they eat to the preventative care that they receive. If you need to find temporary care for your pet at any point, such as if you are going on vacation, having your home remodeled or going into hospital, you will also want to be sure that you choose the right solution that ensures that they will receive the care they need and deserve whilst you are apart.

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