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3 Reasons Why You Should Spay, Neuter Or Castrate Your Cat

18 November 2015
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Spaying or neutering your kitten is something a new pet owner should consider. Spay refers to a female and castrating refers to a male. Neutering can refer to both sexes. A cat spay and neuter procedure consists of surgically removing the reproductive organs. Here are three reasons you should consider this procedure for your pet. Longer Life Expectancy A cat that is spayed or neutered is more likely to live longer. Read More …

Tips To Use When Keeping A Stray Kitten

17 November 2015
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If you have noticed a stray kitten hanging around your yard or business property, you may wonder what the proper steps are in taking care of it. The kitten may be lost from its own home, or it may be a feral feline that has lived on its own since birth. Here are some tips to use when dealing with a stray kitten so you can rest easy knowing it is no longer threatened by the elements and dangers of the outdoors. Read More …

3 Tips For Limiting Your Dog’s Activity After Neutering Surgery

9 November 2015
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Dogs usually recover from neutering surgery within the first few days after the surgery. Therefore, they will have the sudden energy to play and jump around. However, this can be detrimental to the recovery process. The incision area is closed up using dissolvable stitches and this stitches need time to properly heal and close the wound. If your dog is jumping around and exerting a large amount of energy immediately after the surgery, this can compromise the incision area. Read More …

That’s Disgusting! 4 Ways To Cure Your Dogs Flatulence

5 November 2015
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Can your dog clear the room with its gas? If it can, you're probably wishing you could find an easy way to cure the problem. Before you toss your dog outside when the odor gets too bad, you should know that there are a few tricks that will cure the unwelcome stench. Here are four simple techniques you can try. Go for a Walk If your dog leads a sedentary life – meaning it spends most of its time lounging in the house – gases from undigested food could be building up in the stomach. Read More …

Have A Hot Dog? 4 Things To Do When Your Dog Has A Fever

4 November 2015
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Is your dog acting lethargic? Is its nose hotter than it usually is? If you answered yes to either of those questions, you dog may have caught a virus that's making it sick. Here are four steps you should take if your dog seems to have a fever. Take its Temperature Before you do anything else, it's important that you take your dog's temperature. A low-grade temperature is easy to handle but anything higher than 103 degrees will require a phone call to the local veterinarian. Read More …