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3 Steps To Take When Your Dog Is Choking

6 October 2015
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When you become a first-time parent, you plan for all the possible emergencies. Now that you've become the first-time owner of a four-legged family member, are you prepared for the emergencies? Most importantly, do you know what to do if your pet chokes? You might not realize this, but pets can choke on food and other objects too. Unfortunately, they have no way of letting you know what's wrong. If your dog begins to gag, dry-retch or cough, or appears to be digging at its throat, it might be trying to tell you that it's choking. Read More …

A Quick Guide To Your Dog’s Knees

30 September 2015
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You need to know how your dog's body works in order to take good care of your dog. One of the more vulnerable points on your dog is their knees. Here is a basic guide that will help you understand how your dog's knees are made and signs to watch out for that indicate your dog's knees may be in distress. How Your Dog's Knees Are Structured The first thing you need to understand is how your dog's knees are structured. Read More …

3 Steps To Follow If Your Dog Is Injured By A Car

30 September 2015
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While you do everything in your power to protect your four-legged friend, sometimes accidents happen. While no one wants to think about the possibility, if your dog is ever hit by a car, it's important that you know what to do in order to save their life. Below are three basic steps to follow in the event of an accident and how following these steps can save your pup's life.  Read More …

5 Tips For Caring For Your Dog’s Eyes

29 September 2015
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Although many dogs can adapt after vision loss, being able to see the world around them makes their lives more pleasant. Just like humans, dogs can develop all sorts of eye problems including infections, cataracts and glaucoma. It is up to you as a pet owner to take good care of your dog's eyes. Here are five helpful tips for caring for your dog's eyes: Clean Your Dog's Eyes Regularly Read More …

Making Your Arthritic Cat More Comfortable

29 September 2015
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Your furry feline companion moves much more slowly now in its old age. Arthritis in its joints makes walking painful. Your cat may spend hours sleeping in the same spot to avoid irritating its painful joints. Here are a number of ways that you can help your cat be more comfortable with this disease. Diet Changes Give your cat a low-calorie, high-protein cat food that keeps it slim and gives it the energy it needs. Read More …