Your Kitten’s First Vet Appointment

18 December 2017
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If you've just adopted a kitten from a local shelter, you may assume the kitten is happy and healthy. However, with so many cats and other animals in rescue shelters, it's easy to miss a few problems. That is why it is important to take your kitten to the vet for the first visit. Check out these tips to ensure you get the most out of your appointment. Don't Wait for the Appointment Read More 

Switching To Overnight Shifts At Work? How To Help Your Dog Through

15 November 2017
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When you are a dog owner, it can be difficult to make major changes to your schedule and routine without upsetting the rhythm that you have established with your pooch. This can be especially true if you have a drastic change in your routine like switching to an overnight schedule. Overnight shifts can be great because they are often longer shifts and give you more days off from work, but they can also wreak havoc on your sleep cycles and the routine your pet has gotten accustomed to. Read More 

Thinking Of Having A Chinchilla For A Family Pet? 5 Important Things You Need To Know

12 October 2017
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According to CBS News, exotic pets are becoming increasingly popular. In fact, it's estimated that 18 million households in the United States have exotic pets. One exotic pet that is popular is the chinchilla, which is actually extinct in the wild. Taking care of a chinchilla isn't difficult, but it is different from taking care of a typical family pets like cats and dogs. Here are a few things you need to know if you are interested in having a chinchilla for a family pet. Read More 

Vaccines You Should Consider For Your Dog

28 September 2017
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When you decide to bring a dog into your life, there are many thoughts that are likely rolling around in your head. One of those lines of thought is likely the veterinary care you are going to seek out for your new dog to keep him or her healthy and happy as the newest member of your home. Among the many veterinary care issues to be aware of as a dog owner is the issue of vaccines. Read More 

How To Board Your Dog When They Have Seperation Anxiety

23 September 2017
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If you are the owner of a dog that has separation anxiety, then you may find yourself stressing out anytime you know that you are going to have to leave them for any period of time. This can be especially true if you are going to be leaving them overnight, or even longer. Boarding your dog can be a good idea because you will know they won't be stressed out all by themselves and they aren't being destructive which can be dangerous. Read More