Cat Health

Making Sure Your Pet Remains Healthy

August 21, 2010

In America, the family pet plays a special part in the family’s everyday lives, sort of like an honorary family member. It is obvious how much pets are loved in American families, often like our own children. The health and maintenance of our pets plays a large part as well in our daily lives. These few steps are simple ways that can ensure the better health of your pets.

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Believe That Feeding Your Pet A BARF Diet Is A Headache? Give Some Thought To Frozen Raw Pet Food

August 19, 2010

Should you decide to give your dog fresh meats, a wise decision is choosing frozen uncooked pet food. Always keeping uncooked meats frozen is actually the easiest method to keep it right until you are ready to offer it to your family dog. The BARF pet food (Bones and Raw Food) diet consists of various kinds of uncooked red meat as well as bones.

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Better Health And Living Through Pets

August 18, 2010

Did you know that owning a pet could be a wealthy investment aside from being a wise one? Pets are known to be great companions and ideal “little buddies” in our daily lives, but research shows that they too can help enhance our bodies and minds due to their companionship. The companionship of pets is surely useful, as they can fetch, walk with you and bask under the sun on those lazy days, but you may not be aware yet of their health benefits, such as improved heart rate, lower blood pressure and decreased tension level. It’s a two-way process, really – love your pets and they love you back in the best way possible.

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Why You Need A Veterinarian

August 18, 2010

Seeing a veterinarian may be best for your pets. Would it make a difference? Veterinarians serve the same purpose as doctors would do for us. Finding a veterinarian requires money and time, but it is money and time well-spent for every pet owner.

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Skin Inflamation In Dogs

August 16, 2010

We are inclined to think of dogs as being tough; animals that can take care of themselves; animals that are far more in contact with nature than we humans are and we kind of admire them for it, in a way. However, the truth is that dogs come under many of the stresses that we do including pollution and junk food, even though they do not have to do the nine-to-five or sit in traffic jams, which are of our own making anyway.

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