Senior Canines: 4 Things You Can Do To Keep Them Healthy

Posted on: 7 August 2017

Just like humans, dogs get old and will require lifestyle adjustments. In order to make your dog's life easier and to help keep them healthy, here are a few things that you should do: 1. Offer the Right Diet. As your canine ages, his or her dietary requirements will likely change. You need to pay attention to what your dog needs. Some older dogs will be prone to gaining weight, while others will lose weight.
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3 Misconceptions About Pet Spaying

Posted on: 6 August 2017

Most pet owners have heard that spaying is ideal, but misconceptions can sometimes make it difficult to tell the difference between the truth and fiction about the procedure. Even though the misconceptions are likely spread by well-meaning other pet owners, they can be harmful to the pets. If you are unsure if spaying your pet is the right move, here is the truth about some of those myths. You Should Wait Until Your Pet Has One Heat Before Spaying
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Preparations When Taking Your Dog Or Cat To A Veterinarian

Posted on: 4 August 2017

Dogs and cats need regular veterinary care to be healthy and have happy lives. Depending on your pet's age, physical condition, and medical history, there are several things you can do to prepare yourself and your pet for regular veterinary appointments. Here are a few things to consider before taking your dog or cat to the veterinary hospital: First Appointment With a New Veterinarian:  If you are bringing your dog or cat into a new veterinarian, bring any records you may have from previous veterinary visits with other vets.
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3 Causes of Hip Dysplasia in Dogs

Posted on: 3 August 2017

Your dog is most likely more than just a pet. In most households, the dog is a key part of the family, so ensuring they are healthy and happy is essential. Even though your dog is cared for and relatively healthy, they may develop certain conditions that can wreak havoc on their well-being. If the ball and socket of your dog's hip joint is misaligned, it will not properly meet when your dog tries to move.
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