Feeding Your New Pet Snake

6 January 2018
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Getting a pet snake is exciting. However, feeding your  new snake will be different than feeding most other fluffy companions. Snakes have an incredibly primitive digestive system that's sensitive to many variables. Serving your snake the right food in the right way will make sure that your snake remains healthy and happy. What Size of Food When you feed your snake, it can't just be any size food. Too large of a rodent, and your snake may be injured or not be able to eat at all. Read More 

Five Things That Can Speed Up The Recovery Process After Spaying

22 November 2017
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After being spayed, dogs typically need some time to recover before getting back a normal energy level. Before you take your dog in for surgery, you should be aware of what you can do at home to speed up recovery time and keep your dog as comfortable a possible after the surgery. The following are five things you can due to speed up the recovery process for your dog after spaying: Read More 

How To Make Your Cat’s Recovery After Dental Surgery More Comfortable

8 November 2017
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In order to be a good cat parent, regular dental care for your kitty is a must. However, like with humans, sometimes dental care calls for tooth extractions. If your kitty has undergone tooth extractions or another kind of dental surgery, he or she may be in some discomfort for the days to come. However, as a pet parent, there are steps you can take to reduce this discomfort. Avoid Incision Area Read More 

How To Keep Your Dog’s Teeth Clean

4 October 2017
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Your dog is susceptible to mouth germs much like your own mouth. He can get gingivitis, plaque buildup, as well as other oral issues that can be detrimental to his health. Brushing his teeth and taking good care of his gums is very important. See below for helpful tips on how to clean your dog's teeth and improve his oral health: Brush, Brush, Brush Brush his teeth, starting off slowly as he may not be too keen on you brushing his teeth. Read More 

3 Ways to Care for Your Puppy After They Get Vaccinations

20 September 2017
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If you recently adopted a mixed breed puppy from an animal shelter and are planning to have your puppy vaccinated in the next few weeks, the following tips will help you care for your pet after they are inoculated and will help you identify a situation in which professional medical care is necessary.  Provide Your Pet with a Comfortable, Accessible Area to Sleep Before taking your pet to an animal hospital or veterinarian practice, prepare an area for your pet to sleep that is close to food and water dishes. Read More