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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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Tooth abscesses are pockets of pus that form beneath the teeth. You probably already know that people can develop them, but you may not know that your pet rabbit can also get tooth abscesses. Here are four things rabbit owners need to know about tooth abscesses. Why do rabbits get tooth abscesses? There are a few different things that can lead to tooth abscesses and rabbit, first, if they break one of their teeth, bacteria travel down the exposed pulp of the two and form an infection beneath the tooth. Read More 

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As a pet owner, you often want what is best for your furry four-legged family member. Owning a dog offers a number of health benefits that can help improve your mental, physical, and emotional state of being. Therefore, it is important that you keep your dog's health in tip-top condition in return. Unfortunately, many pet owners make common mistakes that can damage their dog's health without even realizing it. Dry Kibble Is Not Enough Read More