4 Reasons Your Dog May Need to Go to the Hospital

11 May 2018
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One of the most loved pets in the world to have in your home is sure to be a dog. There are all types of dog breeds to choose one and taking the time to find the ideal pet for yourself or family is certain to be high on your priority list. Keep in mind you'll need to attend to the medical needs of your dog as these do arise and being aware of reasons you may need to take your pet to the local pet hospital without delay. Read More 

The 411 On Joint Supplements For Your Dog

25 March 2018
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Arthritis is a common condition that causes inflammation and pain in the joints. While it is most commonly associated with humans, arthritis can also affect dogs. As a matter of fact, an estimated 20 percent of all dogs suffer from this inflammation of the joints. Dogs with the condition struggle moving, decreasing their quality of life. Watching your dog live with pain and mobility issues is difficult, but help is available. Read More 

Things You Should Know Before Getting Your Dog Spayed

27 December 2017
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Getting your dog spayed is one of the best decisions you can make for your pet. Dogs that are spayed tend to live longer and healthier lives. If you have made the decision to spay your pet, then you will need to prepare yourself and your pet for the procedure. Here are some tips to make the process easier on you and your dog. Pre-Surgery Preparation There will be an evaluation done to see if any previous health conditions will affect the procedure. Read More 

Tips For Managing Your Pet’s Medications

28 November 2017
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When your pet develops health problems, it may be necessary for you to administer medications on a routine basis. Unfortunately, many individuals will not fully understand what all should be involved with this task. As a result, they may make some mistakes that could compromise the effectiveness of their pet's medications. Keep A Log Of When You Give Your Pet Its Medication It can be common for individuals to forget the exact time that they last administered their pet's medicine. Read More 

Don’t Judge A Vet By The Office: Why Used Veterinary Equipment May Be Fine For Your Pet’s Health

2 November 2017
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If you are looking for a new vet for your dog or cat, you may have already gotten some recommendations and are now in the process of visiting different facilities. One concern you may have when visiting a prospective animal hospital is the condition of their equipment. While used veterinary supplies can sometimes look worse for wear, as long as they are functioning and sterilized properly, they can get a lot of mileage. Read More