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What Should You Know About The Feline Declawing Procedure?

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Many cats are affectionate, making them wonderful pets. However, even the friendliest cat may attack when it feels frightened. Cats with aggression issues are even more likely to attack people and other animals. Cats primarily use their front claws to attack. These sharp claws can cause quite a bit of damage, opening wounds that may become infected. If your cat has a habit of scratching you or your furniture, you may consider declawing as an option.…

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3 Reasons Your Dog Should See A Veterinarian

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If you’re a dog owner, you probably love the companionship that your furry friend provides. If you want to keep your faithful companion around for years to come, one person who can help make that happen is a veterinarian. Here are three good reasons your dog should see a veterinarian. 1. Veterinarians Performs Routine Exams Healthy adult dogs that are over one year old should have a routine exam at least once a year.…

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Your Kitten's First Vet Appointment: How To Prepare And What To Expect

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Kittens are adorable with their tiny ears, round eyes, and soft fur. If you want your little kitten to remain in good health well into their adulthood, then you need to provide them with good vet care — and that starts at their first appointment! Here are some tips to help you prepare your furry little pet for that appointment, and also a look at what you can expect during the appointment.…

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Signs It Is Time To Take Your Cat To The Vet

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If you are a cat owner, you know that they are largely independent animals that look after themselves. Because of this, it can be easy to get lulled into a sense of complacency when it comes to taking them to the veterinarian. You may only take them in for vaccinations and even that can easily be overlooked sometimes. However, there are times when it is important to get your cat to the veterinarian’s office and get them checked out.…

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Temperatures Are About to Change: How to Help Your Dog Survive the Winter

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If you’re still enjoying the warm weather, you might not have started thinking about winter. But, now’s the perfect time to get ready for the cold weather, especially if you have a dog. You know you need to get yourself ready for winter. But, you might not have thought about your pet. Unfortunately, cold weather can be a real threat to your dog’s health. Here are four steps you can take to help your dog survive the cold winter months.…

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Bald Is Beautiful: But How Do You Care For Your New Hairless Cat?

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Although you might think a cat with no hair is much easier to care for than her furry, feline counterparts, that’s not entirely true. You may have less or no hair to vacuum around the house; however, the cat herself is actually more high-maintenance in some unique ways. That doesn’t mean, of course, that you won’t still love and adore your new kitty-companion. It simply means you’ll be tending to her in different ways than those people not so fortunate to enjoy the company of a hairless cat.…

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3 Tips That Can Help Your Dog In An Emergency

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In a typical emergency, you would call 911, but when it comes to your dog, you can’t exactly do that. You are the emergency responder for your dog, and they are relying on you to get them the help they need. If your dog needs help in an emergency situation, you’re going to need some information on what to do. Read on for helpful tips that can help you assist your dog and get them to an emergency veterinary clinic.…

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Liver Disease And Your Dog: What You Should Know

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Caring for a dog can be a great deal of fun and can be extremely rewarding. The love you have for a dog is incomparable to any other. And because you love your dog so much, you want to be sure that they are as healthy as possible at all times. However, sometimes there are conditions that stay largely hidden if you do not know about them and know how to recognize the signs.…

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5 Ways To Comfort Your Pet When They Get Their Vaccinations

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Not all pets enjoy getting their vaccination shots. If your pet doesn’t enjoy going to the veterinary office to get their shots, there are techniques you can use to help soothe your pet when they are getting treated. Way #1: Give Your Pet Extra Attention When you take your pet in to get their vaccinations, you need to be prepared to give you pet extra attention. Hold your pet and cuddle with them.…

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4 Reasons Your Cat Needs An Annual Wellness Exam

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If your feline friend is like most, he or she doesn’t love going to the vet. However, it is important for even seemingly healthy cats to see a veterinarian at least once a year for a routine wellness exam. Doing so can help your cat live his or her best life and give you the peace of mind in knowing that your best friend has a clean bill of health.Specifically, there are a few key reasons you don’t want to skip out on your cat’s annual health and wellness exam.…

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