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Chronic Kidney Disease In Cats: What's The Outlook For Your Pet?

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Nobody wants to hear that they’ve been diagnosed with a chronic medical condition. It might not be curable, and you may have to resign yourself to the fact that you’ll have to live with the condition and will have to carefully manage it. It’s the same with your pet cat. Unmanaged chronic kidney disease in cats can rapidly spiral out of control with serious consequences for your beloved feline. So what are some of the signs of chronic kidney disease in cats? Read More»

The Three Key Vaccines For Outdoor Cats

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All cats, whether they live indoors or outdoors, should see a vet for annual checkups and care, which includes certain vaccines. However, vaccinations are even more important for outdoor cats since they are far more likely to come into contact with sick cats and other animals who are carrying various diseases. If you have an outdoor cat—or simply an indoor cat who goes outside on occasion—these are the three key vaccines they should have. Read More»

Holiday Foods To Watch Out For With Dogs

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When you are cooking and baking for the holidays and otherwise preparing for your holiday celebrations, it can be easy to forget about your dog and the health issues that can occur if they eat certain festive holiday foods. There are, however, holiday foods to watch out for with dogs. If your dog gets into these foods, it means an immediate trip to the veterinary clinic is in order to ensure they are as healthy and safe as possible. Read More»

A Matter Of Heart: 4 Ways To Identify Heartworm Disease

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If your dog spends a lot of time outdoors, chances are good that it’s been bit by at least one mosquito. That might not seem like a serious problem, but it actually is. Every time your dog gets bit by a mosquito, their risk of heartworm disease increases. Heartworms can be deadly for your dog, especially if the problem isn’t treated quickly enough. Unfortunately, heartworm disease is difficult to identify, especially during the early stages. Read More»

Moving To A New Town? Dog Care Tips For You

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If you are moving to a new town with your dog, you may be excited and enthusiastic about the moving process. However, you also have your dog to consider while you are moving as well. Get to know some of the ways you can best care for your dog while you are going through a move. Then, you can be sure that you and your dog are as prepared as possible for your big move. Read More»

Reasons Your Cat May Be Sneezing

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If you are a cat owner, you know that sneezing does not happen all that often in cats normally. They might sneeze once in a while, but if they start sneezing repeatedly or frequently, you might be wondering what could possibly be going on. Get to know some of the potential causes of your cat’s sneezing. Then, you can be sure to get them the help and care they need from a vet right away. Read More»

What To Do When You Are Preparing Your Cat For Boarding

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When you are planning to go on a long trip, one of the things to figure out about the logistics of your travel is what to do with your cat. Cats are fairly self-sufficient, but without someone to feed them, give them water, and spend a little time with them, they will not do well alone at home for a long period of time. As such, you may be planning to look into pet boarding for your cat. Read More»

Don't Forget: Ferrets Need Vaccinations, Too

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Ferrets make such lovely little pets. They snuggle, play, and love to be held. Because they are so small and are often kept, at least in part, in cages, they are sometimes lumped in with gerbils, hamsters, and other small caged pets. But ferrets are quite different from these other pets in many ways. For one, they need to see the vet for vaccinations. Here is a closer look at the two types of vaccines every ferret should get. Read More»

Care Tips For Your Kitten

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Taking care of your kitten is going to take more than just cuddling with that tiny ball of fur for hours on end listening to them purr in your arms. Your new bundle of fluff is going to need a little more care than this. If you aren’t sure how to care for a kitten, read on for tips to help you take good care of your new addition so they live a long and healthy life with you. Read More»

Medical Reasons Why Your Dog Might Be Depressed

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Your dog might have been energetic at one point, but after you moved to a new home, you might notice that your dog just isn’t as energetic. Or, your dog might be withdrawn after you bring another dog home to your family. There are many events in your dog’s life that can cause him or her to become depressed and depression might also be a sign of a health problem. Read More»