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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Vaccinations are surrounded by a lot of controversy, even the ones that are gives to cats. Unlike the human controversy, the cat vaccine controversy is grounded in some facts. For example, cats can develop a form of cancer called sarcoma at the vaccine site, which is caused by aluminum salts in some vaccines. This guide can help you keep your cat healthy while also minimizing their cancer risk. Should You Skip Vaccinations? Read More 

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Hair Balls Got Your Cat Gagging? 4 Ways To Provide Relief

Is your cat coughing and gagging more than it used to? If so, it might be trying to pass hair balls. Before you take your cat to the vet, try these easy-to-follow tips that will help you eliminate hair balls. Butter Up Its Food Cats love butter. If your cat is trying to get rid of hair balls, try lubricating it from the inside. Add a teaspoon of butter to your cat's food once a day. Read More 

Treating Your Dog’s Allergies: Tips For A Concerned Pet Parent

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How To Make Time At The Boarder Easier On A Nervous Dog

If you have a dog that becomes nervous or anxious when it is in a new situation or unfamiliar place, than sending it to the boarder for an overnight stay may seem like a struggle. Luckily, there are a few ways to make such a stay easier on a nervous dog so that you don't have to spend your whole vacation worrying that your pet is upset or causing trouble. Follow these simple tips, and your nervous dog should settle in just fine. Read More