5 Ways To Protect Your Dog From Cancer

4 March 2021
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Just like their human counterparts, dogs can develop cancer at some point. As a pet parent, the idea of your dog getting this terrible disease is scary to think about. However, you can take the necessary steps to reduce your furry family member's risk.  Here are some tips for preventing cancer in your dog. Help Your Dog Maintain a Healthy Weight Obesity can increase the risk of many health conditions in your dog, including cancer. Read More 

Cats Can Go to the Groomer Too

17 February 2021
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When you think about pet grooming, you probably picture a dog being groomed. And indeed, most groomers' clients are dogs. But some groomers also accept cats as clients. Below, you will discover some of the cat grooming services you may want to take advantage of, along with some tips for making your cat's grooming appointment a better experience. Cat Grooming Services Mat Removal Long-haired cats, especially, tend to form mats in their fur. Read More 

Why Has Your Dog Started To Eat Their Own Poop?

13 January 2021
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Your dog will happily eat anything you give them. Some dogs will also (perhaps a little too happily) eat what comes out of them. So why is your dog eating their own poop? When it happens rarely (ideally rarely enough so that you don't have to see it), it can be dismissed as a temporary eccentricity. But when it happens on a regular basis and seems to be becoming more common, it can indicate a potential problem. Read More 

3 Less Common Pets And How To Care For Them

17 December 2020
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Not all pets are dogs or cats; there are less-common pets that you may have in your home to love and care for, although you may not know everything about how to care for them. Some of the less-common pets, such as rabbits, iguanas, or guinea pigs, may be the pets for you. If you have these pets in your home, you need to know how to best care for them. Read More 

Buying A Feline From An Online Ad: How To Succeed With The Skill And Cunning Of The Cat Itself

17 November 2020
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Buying anything online can be risky, but when you're buying an animal, you need to be very cautious. Take the right steps to ensure you end up with a four-legged friend you love, that doesn't come with too many health risks. Talk To Your Local Animal Clinic First Not only might your own vet have information on a cat or kitten that needs a good home, but it's also a good idea to get pointers on how to tell if an animal you're looking to buy has fleas, ear mites, and other contagious, potentially dangerous and oft expensive conditions you'll need to address. Read More