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Choosing The Right Animal For My Kids

I have always been one of those people who loves animals, but the same can't be said for my kids. They had a natural tendency to shy away from pets from an early age, and it was really interesting to see how much of a difference it made to start looking into buying an animal. We talked with them about the different breeds we were considering, and before we knew it, they had warmed to the idea. Check out this blog for great information on choosing the right animal for your children, so they can stay safe and happy every day.

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Holiday Dangers For Pets And Vet Services On Major Holidays
16 December 2017

It never fails. Somebody's cat decided to sample a

Pets With Kidney Disease: What Your Vet Will Do At The Animal Hospital
10 December 2017

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Don't Go Near There! 3 Steps To Protect Your Cat During The Holidays
2 December 2017

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Just Adopted Your First Bunny? 3 Reasons A Vet Visit Should Be Scheduled
2 December 2017

Adopting a rabbit can be a great idea if you don't

2 Reasons To Take Your Elderly Dog To The Vet Regularly
2 December 2017

The most important step that you can take when car

Holiday Dangers For Pets And Vet Services On Major Holidays

It never fails. Somebody's cat decided to sample a poinsettia plant, or somebody's dog chomped down on turkey bones in the garbage can. Holidays are dangerous times for pets, and it helps to know what kinds of trouble your pet could get into. It also helps to know which of your local veterinary services will be available if Fido or Fluffy do something they should not. Here are a few helpful ways to keep your pets safe this holiday season, including finding vet services on the actual holidays. Read More 

Pets With Kidney Disease: What Your Vet Will Do At The Animal Hospital

As pets age, they tend to get many of the same diseases and disorders elderly humans do. They get arthritis, gingivitis and tooth loss, and even heart disease. They also get diabetes and kidney diseases. If your pet has been diagnosed with a kidney disease and is very lethargic and uncomfortable, you should get your pet to the animal hospital right away. Here is what the vet will do for your pet there: Read More 

Don’t Go Near There! 3 Steps To Protect Your Cat During The Holidays

Now that the holidays are here, it's time to get ready for the parties and the decorations. If you've got cats in your home, it's also time to start safeguarding them against hazards. You might not know this, but the holidays can be particularly dangerous for cats. To help keep your cat happy and healthy during the holidays, here are three important safety measures you should take. Leave Your Tree Bare for a Few Days Read More 

Just Adopted Your First Bunny? 3 Reasons A Vet Visit Should Be Scheduled

Adopting a rabbit can be a great idea if you don't have the time to spend walking a dog or you're not interested in adopting a cat. While rabbits can be very easy pets to care for, you may run into issues due to then needing more medical care than you expect. After adopting a rabbit, you may think your only responsibility is providing them with a clean habitat and nutritious food. Read More 

2 Reasons To Take Your Elderly Dog To The Vet Regularly

The most important step that you can take when caring for your dog that is getting older is to take him or her to the vet regularly to make it so that your dog remains in good health and is comfortable during his or her golden years. Listed below are just two of the many reasons to take your elderly dog to the vet regularly: To Keep Your Dog's Teeth Clean Read More