What You Need To Know If Your Cat Has Been Diagnosed With FIV

27 June 2017
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Learning that your cat has been diagnosed with any disease can be frightening. However, educating yourself about the disease is the best thing you can do for your cat. If your cat has FIV, you should consult with your veterinarian for the best practices to help keep your kitty healthy. Beyond keeping your cat well for as long as possible, here are three things you should know about FIV infections. Read More 

3 Often Overlooked Features Your New Dog’s Veterinarian Should Offer For Optimal Convenience

20 June 2017
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With multiple veterinarians to choose from, it can be tough to determine which caretaker will be able to meet your dog's needs and your expectations overall. Here are a few features to look for that are often overlooked, but should help make your experience with the vet more convenient: Emergency Services One of the most important things your vet can offer is 24-hour emergency services so you don't have to worry about scouring the phone book to find an animal hospital that's open if your dog gets seriously in the middle of the night. Read More 

What’s With The Cough? 4 Steps To Help Alleviate Your Dog’s Coughing Spells

30 May 2017
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Coughing isn't something that dogs experience on a regular basis. So, if your dog is coughing, there's probably an underlying cause for it. This is particularly true if it's suddenly started coughing on a daily basis – and it's becoming uncontrollable. If your dog has been coughing for more than a day or two, it's time to start looking for the culprit. The first thing you need to do is determine whether it's related to an illness. Read More 

Signs You Should Take Your Dog To The Veterinarian

24 April 2017
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Owning a dog is one of the best choices that you have ever made. A dog is truly a friend that is always there for you no matter what life throws at you. Because you love your dog so much you make sure that they are always taken care of. You make sure that they have a healthy diet, an exercise program, and that they just get a lot of love. Read More 

Eating Weird Stuff? Your Cat May Have Pica

24 April 2017
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Cats can do a lot of strange things, but eating random objects, hair, fur, and thread shouldn't be among them. If your cat is obsessively trying to eat or chew on things that aren't food, your cat may have pica. This guide will explain what this disorder is and why your cat's health could be at risk. Obsessive-Compulsive Pica is an obsessive-compulsive disorder that drives a cat to try and consume things that aren't food. Read More