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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 Or, your dog might be withdrawn after you bring another dog home to your family.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»

Three Things You Should Know About Bee Stings And Your Dog

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If you’re like most people, you take significant safety precautions whenever your canine companion is outdoors to help ensure that your pet remains healthy and happy. However, it’s not possible to protect your pet from every possible scenario, and sometimes things happen despite preventive measures being in place. Dogs have a natural curiosity, and because they tend to explore their surroundings using their noses and their paws, these areas are particularly vulnerable to mishaps that may cause them harm. Read More»

How To React If Your Dog Is Hit By A Car

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Most dog owners take care to ensure that their dogs are properly secured at all times. Unfortunately, a dog can slip out an open door, get off its leash, or dig under a fence, and when one of these things occurs, a dog can run out into the street and get struck by a car. Learning that your dog has been hit by a car can be traumatizing and very upsetting. Read More»