Four Ways To Protect Your Dog Against Lyme Disease

6 December 2017
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Lyme disease can be a nightmare for many mammal species, and especially for dogs. If you catch the condition early, it's quite treatable with antibiotics. But since the early signs are often overlooked, many dogs end up with chronic Lyme, which despite treatment, tends to come back and cause "flare ups" of stiffness, fatigue, and aches from time to time. So, how do you protect your canine companion from this serious infection? Read More 

5 Great Ways To Keep Ticks Off Your Dogs

15 November 2017
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If you live near thick vegetation, you need to keep an eye on your dog and make sure that they don't get ticks on them. Ticks can carry and spread various disease to your dog. You can keep ticks off your dog with spot-on treatment, oral medication, shampoos, tick dips, and tick collars. #1 Spot-On Treatment Spot-on treatment is a common way to keep ticks off dogs. Spot-on treatment can be purchased over the counter at your local pet store. Read More 

Worried About Your Cat’s Noisy Breathing? What You Should Know

24 October 2017
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If you are a caring cat owner, then you likely pay close attention to the health and well-being of your cat at all times. As such, when you notice that your cat is breathing noisily, you might be understandably concerned about the situation. Learn some of the facts about noisy breathing in cats so you can better decide if you need to take your cat to the animal hospital or not. Read More 

Three Ways To Take Better Care Of Your Guinea Pig

27 September 2017
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Guinea pigs are adorable, social little animals with really unique personalities. While they do generally live in cages, it's a common misconception that they're simple to care for. Many pet owners unknowingly make care mistakes that lead to illness or a reduced lifespan. If you want your guinea pig to be in great health and live a long and happy life, here are three ways you can probably improve on his or her care. Read More 

What Your Future Landlord Wants To Know About Your Cat’s Health

26 August 2017
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Renting is hard and renting with pets is even harder. Thankfully, there are a few things you can do to make your apartment search easier for you and your cat. It may surprise you, but your future landlord will be concerned about your cat's health.  Your future landlord will want to know if your cat's health may cause damage to the property. By making sure you and your cat are prepared, you can make the best possible impression on your landlord. Read More