Finding The Right Vet

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Finding The Right Vet

After my dog started having health problems, I decided that I needed to take his medical care more seriously. Instead of simply taking him to the cheapest clinic, I started looking around for a veterinarian that actually specialized in his symptoms. I was able to find an excellent doctor that actually understood what my pet was going through, and it was a huge relief. The doctor was able to treat my little friend's condition, and he gradually recovered. This blog is all about the importance of taking your pet to the right veterinarian, not just the most convenient one. You never know, it could save your pet's life.

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The zombie has served as a staple of the horror genre for decades -- but if your pet seems to have taken on the characteristics of this mythical creature, he could be enduring a horror story of his own. Here are four zombie-like symptoms that should prompt a visit to a veterinarian. 1. He Looks Like the Undead No zombie will ever win a conventional beauty contest. These creatures typically show signs of decay and disease, from rotting skin to ruined eyes. Read More 

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It's bad enough to fall into a pit every time you walk around in your backyard (your pup's been digging again). But to add insult to injury, your four-legged pal gets himself injured in the process. Excessive digging isn't only a nuisance -- it can actually be very harmful for your dog. He or she can cut up his paw pads, swallow rocks and get bitten by pests that are lurking below the earth. Read More 

In-Home Dog Boarding Is A Wonderful Alternative To Kennels

Dogs are a huge source of joy to their owners, but they are also a big responsibility. Life sometimes calls for travel, whether it's a wedding out of town, a business trip, or a family vacation. When you think of dog boarding, you probably think of kennels—big boarding facilities housing countless dogs. However, in-home dog boarding is another option that has been growing in popularity in recent years. Why should you consider in-home dog boarding? Read More