Vaccinations: Is Your Pet Getting Enough Or Too Many?

23 December 2015
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Human vaccines have been the subject of some controversy for some years now, with some parents refusing to have their children vaccinated due to their fears of side effects. Vaccines for pets have not been as controversial, but there is some debate on exactly what vaccines they need and how often they need them. The recommendations for vaccinations have changed in recent years, so you need to check with your vet for current guidelines. Read More 

Understanding Canine Pyometra

30 November 2015
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When you are a concerned dog owner, you want to do any and everything that you can to protect your pet's health. And if you have a female dog of breeding age, you may be hoping that she has a few litters of puppies before you consider getting her spayed. However, what you may not know is that female dogs who have not been spayed run the risk of developing a condition known as pyometra. Read More 

How To Prepare Your Home For A New Kitten

29 November 2015
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If you are thinking about getting a kitten then you will want to make sure that your home is kitten proof. In order to make sure that your kitten is safe in your home there are a few precautions that you should take. Here are a few tips that will help to keep your new pet safe. Get Identification Identification tags are not just for older cats. When a kitten is in new surroundings it is much more likely to wander off. Read More 

5 Tips For Helping Your Cat Lose Weight

25 November 2015
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A fat cat may look cute, but all that excess weight is not good for his health. If your cat is currently overweight, he has an increased risk of developing diabetes, cancer and other chronic diseases. Creating a weight loss plan for your cat can help him live a longer life. Here are five helpful tips for helping your cat lose weight: Avoid Free Feeding While it is simpler just to keep refilling your cat's food bowl when it gets low, doing so will just encourage your furry friend to eat when he's not hungry. Read More 

4 Things You Need to Know about Acupuncture for Dogs

20 November 2015
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Did you know that dogs, just like humans, can be treated using acupuncture? Here are a four things that you need to know about acupuncture for dogs before you take your dog in for a treatment session. #1 Acupuncture Can Be Used to Treat a Variety of Ailments Acupuncture can be used to treat a wide variety of ailments in your dog. It can be used to treat conditions such as Read More