The Warning Signs Of Feline Hypertension

24 April 2017
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Although cats don't generally consume a high sodium diet like humans often do, cats can still get high blood pressure. Long-term high blood pressure can cause serious health problems for cats, including blindness, so it's important for pet parents to be aware of potential symptoms of this disorder. Read on to learn what these symptoms are and what you should do if you detect them. Restlessness Cats typically sleep—on average—15 hours a day, sometimes more than that. Read More 

Your New Dog

22 March 2017
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When you have pets you want to take care of them to the best of your ability. If you are new to owning a pet then it can be a little overwhelming, but it is well worth it for the love and companionship they give you in return. If you have recently brought home a dog then you'll want to make sure your home is prepared and that the dog is taken care of properly. Read More 

4 Simple Solutions To Ease Your Dog’s Arthritic Pain

7 March 2017
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In most households, the dog is part of the family. Because of the love and joy your dog offers, you will most likely want them to live a happy and healthy lifestyle. Unfortunately, certain disorders are likely to affect your dog even though you may provide them with a loving, comfortable home. Although shocking for most pet owners to learn, one out of every five adult dogs develop arthritis. This condition may cause painful inflammation and swelling of the joints, but it can also limit your dog's mobility. Read More 

Should Your Dog Receive Vaccinations Every Year? How to Ensure You’re Not Over- or Under-Vaccinating It

29 November 2016
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Just as guidelines for human healthcare are updated regularly to reflect new research in the medical field, dog treatment guidelines are also revised. While veterinarians once agreed that providing every dog a full set of vaccinations every year was best to protect their health, it is now believed that not only are yearly vaccinations unnecessary for some dogs, but vaccinating too often can actually cause some dogs to develop health problems. Read More 

3 Vaccination Tips You Need to Know if Your Dog Has a Medical Condition

14 September 2016
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As a dog owner, you value your dog's health and want to ensure that you make the right medical decisions for your pet. For most healthy dogs, this means ensuring that your canine companion receives their recommended vaccinations on schedule. However, if your dog already has a medical condition, you might be hesitant to introduce vaccines into their system. Take a look at what you need to know about vaccinating a dog that has a medical condition. Read More