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Giving My Pets What They Need

After almost losing our family dog to a preventable infection, I realized that we needed to take her veterinary care more seriously. We started taking her in for regular checkups and focusing on vaccinations, and I know that it has made a few differences. Up until that time, our dog had always seemed a little off, but after she started getting the care that she needed, she would run and play like her peers. I want other pet owners to understand the importance of veterinary care, so I made this website. Find out what you need to do to take care of your pet by reading these articles.

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4 Things To Watch Out For This Springs In Order To Keep Your Cat Safe
25 March 2018

Each season brings with it new hazards and situati

3 Ways To Prevent Your Pet From Being Harmed By Ticks
27 December 2017

Ticks are a disgusting pest that can seriously har

Starting A Veterinary Clinic? Why You Should Purchase Used Veterinary Supplies
2 December 2017

If you're a veterinarian who has spent a substanti

4 Warning Signs Your Horse May Be Sick
8 November 2017

One of the best things in life is horse riding. Re

Four Tips To Prepare For Your Pet's Inpatient Surgery
16 October 2017

There might come a moment in time when your belove

Steps to Help You Keep Ticks Off Your Dog

Ticks are a major problem for dogs in the summer months, but it can be hard to find ways to keep these bugs away from your dog. If a dog gets bit by a tick, it can contract diseases and health problems. While many of these illnesses are treatable, it is always better to prevent ticks from harming dogs than to treat the problems they can cause. There is not one perfect solution for this, but there are several different steps you may want to take to help your dog stay tick-free. Read More 

Frequent Traveler? Why You Can Still Give A Dog A Great Home & 2 Tips For Adopting A Dog Who’ll Enjoy Dog Boarding

If you travel frequently for work or just like to embark of fun get-a-ways a few times a year, then you may be facing the dilemma that many avid travelers face -- you would love to get a dog, but just don't know how one would fit into your busy, jet-setting lifestyle. Like many other dog lovers who are frequent travelers, you may even believe that the dog you would adopt would be " Read More 

Attention New Parrot Parents: 4 Ways To Avert An Emergency In A Multiple Pet Home

Have you recently acquired a parrot that will share the household with other pets? As a new parrot parent, you owe it to yourself (and to the well-being of your new feathered friend) to be aware of any potential household dangers. In the midst of settling your new avian companion in its new environment, keep the following pointers in mind for avoiding a potential danger and a trip to the 24-hour emergency vet: Read More 

Is Your Dog Feeling Blue? The 411 On Depression In Dogs

Bringing a dog into your family can be a wonderful experience, but ensuring this new member is healthy and happy requires a great deal of responsibility. Your dog may already eat well, exercise, play, and visit their veterinarian for routine exams and vaccines. However, maintaining your dog's emotional health is also important. While having a dog is proven to relieve your own emotional disorders, your dog may also suffer with anxiety or depression. Read More 

6 Things In Your House That Can Hurt Your Dog

Whether your dog has been a part of your life for just a few months or 10 years, he is like a member of your family. You want to do everything in your power to keep him happy and healthy. Dogs are curious creatures by nature and may get into all sorts of things around the house, not realizing these items can be harmful. It is very important to know what items can hurt your dog and keep them far away from him. Read More