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You may have heard of the phrase ‘you are what you eat’.
When your dog tears its cruciate ligament, it is not a fun time for your pet. Unfortunately, most dog owners do not realize that their canine friend can rupture its cruciate. Cruciate ligament injury, however, is a common injury in dogs.
TECA BO stands for Total Ear Canal Ablation and Bulla Osteotomy.
It turns out that owning a pet is more than just adorable cuddles and trips to the dog park. Owning a pet can also improve your overall health and wellness.
Once your pet has settled into your home it is a good idea to think about training. Training your pet can help ensure that the behaviors that they exhibit are primarily desirable ones.
A healthy and balanced diet is essential for a healthy and happy pet. Not only will it provide your pet with enough energy for his day-to-day activities, but it is also vital for proper brain function.
Regular exercise is just as important for pets as it is for human beings. Not only does it help keep their weight under control, but it keeps their joints supple and their heart healthy.
Regular vaccinations and examinations will help keep your pet healthy and happy.
As a pet owner, you know that unfortunately, fleas are an extremely common and annoying occurrence. You probably also know how important it is to treat your dogs and cats for worms and fleas on a regular basis.
Heartworm is a serious illness that can cause heart failure, lung disease, organ damage and even death in dogs, cats and ferrets.
While for many people the concept of grooming your pet conjures up notions of brushes and bows, it is in fact a vital element to their overall health and wellbeing.
Don't ignore your pet's bad breath! Dental hygiene is often the cause of stinky breath, and it may indicate other important problems with your pet's health.
Keeping your pet safe is the most important part of keeping both you and your pet happy.
Our pets are a beloved part of our family and sometimes this means that they have to travel with us when we undertake long journeys.
As Spring warms up into Summer and the humidity and heat start to really set in, it's good to remember that, like every other member in your family, you need to take extra care with your pet.
Accidents and emergencies aren’t just for humans. While first aid is no substitute for emergency veterinary care, it is important for treating certain injuries and preventing symptoms or situations from worsening.
Sadly thousands of pets every year suffer from the accidental ingestion of harmful substances, many of them household poisons.
Just like humans, pets can have days where they feel a little lethargic and under the weather, but it is the natural instinct of an animal to try and disguise any signs of illness.
Our pets are beloved members of our family and it can be heartbreaking to see them unwell.