How Vets Treat Eye Infections In Cats

30 September 2016
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If your cat's eyes are weeping, red, inflamed, or look swollen, chances are they have an eye infection. It's important for you to take them to the vet as soon as you can, as many eye infections can worsen and can even cause blindness. Thankfully, treating an eye infection is usually a pretty easy task for a vet, so read on to learn what you can expect from your veterinarian visit. Read More 

Red Bumps On Your Newfoundland Dog? How To Prevent And Treat Hot Spots

28 July 2016
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Newfoundland dogs have beautiful, thick, waterproof coats—perfect for these cool-climate dogs that love the water. However, their double-layered fur can trap heat and moisture that leads to the development of hot spots. You may have noticed red bumps or sores on your dog's skin during grooming or after catching your Newfie scratching at himself. Here's how to prevent and treat those troublesome spots. What are Hot Spots? The term "hot spot" Read More 

4 Of The Best Dog Breeds For City Living

18 July 2016
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Although there are plenty of restrictions that apply and factors you have to take into consideration when you adopt a pet in a crowded urban area, including the size of your apartment, the size of the breed, whether or not your landlord will allow pets, what sort of pet restrictions apply, among a host of other factors, this does not preclude you from having to live your life without a friendly dog friend. Read More 

Catch A Doggy By The Tail: 3 Steps To Treat Your Dog’s Wounded Tail

4 July 2016
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Dogs are constantly wagging their tails. If they're not careful, their tails can get caught in doors or under feet, or in other serious situations that result in injuries. If your dog is favoring its tail or you notice unusual swelling in its tail, here are some steps you should take to identify the problem and provide treatment. Check for Thorns or Insect Bites The first thing you should do is look for thorns or insect bites, especially if your dog spends a lot of time outside. Read More 

Cats May Rule, But They May Also Drool: What You Need To Know About Salivation In Cats

9 June 2016
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While you expect your best friend's Saint Bernard to leave slobber puddles everywhere in his wake, drooling in cats can come as a surprise for most cat owners. If your feline friend normally drools a little when she is in the blissful throes of your offered petting session, there is no need for concern. However, if your cat turns into a drool faucet at other random times, she needs to be evaluated by your veterinarian. Read More