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It’s A Break-Out: 4 Steps For Relieving Pet Acne

3 November 2015
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Did you know that acne can also affect your dogs and cats? Animal acne is usually caused by a bacterial infection and it can be quite uncomfortable for your pets. The most common places for pet acne is on the face, particularly around the chin. If you notice small pimple-type sores on your pets face, you should try these simple home remedies. Keep It Clean One easy way to prevent pet acne is to keep their face clean. Read More …

Tips For Cleaning Your Cat’s Ears

2 November 2015
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Ear mites can become a real health hazard for your cat. These small insects can colonize the interior of your cat's ear, which can lead to irritation and itching. This in turn makes your cat more susceptible to bacterial or fungal infections, which can lead to deafness or infections in other parts of the body. Weekly ear inspections are a must, followed by proper cleaning when necessary. The following guide can help you keep your cat's ears healthy. Read More …

4 Steps To Take If Your Dog Has Been Bitten

28 October 2015
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Dog fights can cause serious injuries. Even if you keep your dogs in the yard or only take them to dog parks where you can monitor their interactions with other dogs, there is still a chance that your dog will be bitten by another dog at some point in its life. If your dog has been bitten, you'll need to act quickly to treat the wound.  Here are four steps you should take if your dog has been bitten by another dog. Read More …

Helping Your FIV Positive Cat To Have A Long Life

27 October 2015
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Feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) is a virus that attacks you cat's immune system. Similar to the human AIDS virus, it reduces the effectiveness of the immune system, making it difficult for your cat to recover from an injury or disease. FIV is not curable, but you can help your feline companion have a long and comfortable life. Secondary Symptoms Are the Problem with FIV The virus itself doesn't produce symptoms in your cat, but you'll see changes in your cat's body and personality in response to the suppressed immune system. Read More …

4 Things Rabbit Owners Need To Know About Viral Hemorrhagic Disease

26 October 2015
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Viral hemorrhagic disease, also known as rabbit calicivirus disease, is a very deadly infectious disease that can affect your pet rabbit. Here are four things you need to know about this disease.  How does it spread? Viral hemorrhagic disease spreads either through direct contact with infected rabbits or through contact with contaminated objects. The disease doesn't affect cottontails or jackrabbits, only European rabbits. This means that your pet needs to spend time with another pet rabbit or share objects (like toys) with them to get sick. Read More …