The Battle With Dog Fleas Can Be Won

August 30, 2018

Fleas have to be the most annoying thing that most pet owners inevitably deal with at one time or another. The hardest part of getting rid of fleas is that they seem to just keep coming back. Most often the reason that fleas “keep coming back” is that you never fully got rid of them in the first place. The second you notice your pet might have fleas, you have to start the flea control process immediately, as time is of the essence when it comes to stopping fleas from multiplying.

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Using A Pet Gate Keeps Your Pets Safe

August 27, 2018

We consider pets to be members of the family and we often treat them like children. Having pets in your life keeps your stress level lower and generally contributes positively to your mental health. Our pets give us their unconditional love and we love them back; and we should show this love by keeping our pets safe and secure. Part of caring for your pet?s safety is having a pet gate for your home.

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Kidney In Cats – Your “I’m Not an Idiot Guide” to Recognizing Kidney Failure In Cats

August 15, 2018

Diagnosing a diseased kidney in cats has become a common occurrence in veterinarian clinics. Chronic renal failure is the second most common cat illness – especially in senior cats. Outside of a kidney transplant, there is no absolute cure for a diseased kidney. You can improve your cat’s chances for a longer life by recognizing the symptoms of common diseases affecting your cat’s renal system.

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Learn More About Dog Allergies With Our Tips

August 6, 2018

Dog allergies result in uncontrollable itching, and forcing the dog to lick and scratch himself until sores develop on his body. These sores can grow to be infected, accumulate pus and become very agonizing. With persistent attacks, some dogs eventually end up with their hair falling out. By giving regular bath to the dog with cold water and shampoo, this allergy can be arrested.

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Diseases of the Kidney in Cats – Your “I’m Not an Idiot Guide” to Recognizing Feline Renal Failure

August 3, 2018

Diagnosing a diseased kidney in cats has become a common occurrence in veterinarian clinics. Chronic renal failure is the second most common cat illness – especially in senior cats. Outside of a kidney transplant, there is no absolute cure for a diseased kidney. You can improve your cat’s chances for a longer life by recognizing the symptoms of common diseases affecting your cat’s renal system.

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