Dog Doesn’t Like Brushing? No Problem! Try These Tips!

26 April 2016
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Ensuring that your dog has ample dental cleanliness is very important to both the health of your dog and your own peace of mind. However, brushing your dog's teeth is not always the easiest task. Many dogs don't like their teeth to be brushed and will bite and struggle, which can hurt both you and the dog. So what can you do to help both you and your dog out in the bad breath department? Read More 

4 Types Of Food Your Cat Shouldn’t Eat

7 March 2016
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If you have brought a cat into your home, you should be sure that you know everything to do to keep your cat happy and healthy while living with you. This will ensure that they live a long life in your family and you won't have to worry about high vet bills either. When it comes to taking care of your cat, one of the most important concerns is providing them with a proper diet. Read More 

Why Is Your Cat Suddenly Urinating Everywhere?

26 February 2016
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When your cat suddenly starts urinating all over the house instead of in the litter box, you should be concerned about more than your carpet and furniture. You should be concerned about your cat, too! This behavior is usually an indication that your cat is either suffering from a medical problem or is very unhappy in their environment. Here's a look at three common reasons cats urinate outside the litter box, and what you can do. Read More 

5 Fast Tips For A Pet Poisoning Emergency

15 February 2016
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If you believe your pet has ingested poisonous substances or has been exposed to toxins, emergency veterinary care is essential. Any products that are toxic to humans are generally also harmful to pets. That includes cleaning products, rat poisons and antifreeze. The symptoms of poisoning can vary significantly depending on the toxin the pet was exposed to, but some warning signs that a dog or cat has been poisoned include: Read More 

Ringworm, Your Pets And You: A Not So Happy Relationship

8 February 2016
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If your dog or cat develops circular red patches of hair loss on its back, a trip to your veterinarian could reveal that it has ringworm. Although generally not serious, this diagnosis does have consequences. It's a ring you definitely don't want to get or give. Here's some information that can keep you from doing either. What Is Ringworm? Ringworm is a common fungal skin infection in dogs and cats caused by an organism called a dermatophyte. Read More