Benefits Of Investing In Your Cat's Dental Care

Posted on: 14 October 2016
You love your feline, and you want to make sure they are healthy and happy so they live a long, fruitful life. Your cat's oral health is part of what makes them thrive, and investing in dental care as soon as you can provides many benefits. Since 85% of cats over the age of 6 experience periodontal disease, or infected gums, it's important to take oral health and your pet seriously.
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Moving To A Tropical Climate With Your Dog? 3 Reasons To Schedule A Visit To The Vet

Posted on: 23 September 2016
When you're moving somewhere that's an entirely different climate than what both you and your dog are used to, there are likely going to be a long number of changes that you'll need to make. If you're eager to make the move a positive experience and want your dog to be comfortable as well, it's a good idea to visit the veterinarian well before the date of your move arrives. With the following services in mind, you can make sure that your dog is comfortable.
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Have A New Puppy? 4 Reasons You Should Say Yes To Reproductive Surgery

Posted on: 26 July 2016
If you're going to be getting a new puppy, you might be confused about whether you should have it spayed or neutered. Most veterinarians will tell you that spaying or neutering your dog is good for them. If you're still not convinced, here are four reasons why you should have the procedure done. No Heat to Worry About When female dogs go into heat, they urinate more frequently and they become easily agitated.
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Will Your Dog Need A Flu Shot This Fall?

Posted on: 9 July 2016
During the hot days of summer, it is often hard to imagine that flu season is just around the corner, but, unfortunately, it is. While you are scheduling an annual flu shot for you and your family, you may also want to contact your vet and schedule one for your family's dog. This is because your pet is also at risk of catching the flu. Although this is a different strain than those that can affect your human family members, it can make your pet sick and, in rare cases, it can be deadly.
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