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Keeping Your Pets Safe This Winter: Cold Weather Tips

Keeping Your Pets Safe This Winter: Cold Weather Tips

According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, you must provide a safe and healthy environment for your pets during the colder months. When snow falls, the terrain changes. You and your pet cannot see what possible dangers are hidden in the snow.
Everything You Need to Know About Boarding Your Pet

Everything You Need to Know About Boarding Your Pet

According to the Humane Society of the United States, pet owners should always ensure their pets’ safety and health. This is usually a dilemma if there are circumstances that prevent you from taking your furry companion with you on your travels.
Tips for Caring for Your Pet’s Dental Health

Tips for Caring for Your Pet’s Dental Health

The American Veterinary Medical Association recognizes that your pet’s dental condition is a crucial indicator of your pet’s overall health. As your pet’s primary care provider, you should make sure that your pet has optimal teeth and gums.
Importance of Vaccinating Your Pets

Importance of Vaccinating Your Pets

A majority of pet owners in the United States currently stay home with their furry family members because of the pandemic. Although you are now spending more time with your pets indoors, you should still update their immunizations.
Signs and Symptoms Your Pet Is Dehydrated

Signs and Symptoms Your Pet Is Dehydrated

Did you know that, throughout the day, there are many ways that your dog can lose water from its body? Urinating, defecating, and panting are all considered ordinary and necessary. These excretions don’t usually become a problem, so long as your dog replaces this water loss with sufficient fluid intake. However, when your dog starts losing more fluid than it’s consuming, dehydration can occur.
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.

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