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Working With Great Veterinarians

Great veterinary care is about more than simply finding someone who is looking for patients. In addition to finding a professional who really seems to care about your animal, you also need to focus on the fact that your pet has feelings too, and they need to feel comfortable with the situation. I started thinking about different ways to identify better veterinarians a few months ago, and within a few short weeks, we had found a professional that we felt really great about working with. They were kind, thorough, and incredibly affordable. Check out this blog for awesome tips that will help you to find a great pet healthcare provider.



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What To Do If Your Kitten Isn’T Breathing Well

Kittens are energetic little creatures that typically take deep breaths whether they've recently been physically active or not. If your kitten seems to be struggling to breathe, this is a serious issue that requires medical attention. However, there may be steps you can take in the meantime to help alleviate your kitten's problem. Try these tips if you think your kitten isn't breathing as deeply as it should. Check Nose and Mouth Read More 

Signs Your Dog Might Have A Skin Infection

Skin infections can be a reason for dogs to visit a veterinarian, and some conditions can become worse without treatment. Giving your dog's skin proper care is one way to prevent infections, but it's also important to know what signs to look for in the event that your dog develops a condition. Here are a few signs to look for if you suspect your dog might have skin issues. Loss Of Fur Read More 

Five STDs Your Kitty Can Get If You Don’t Have Her Spayed

If you have an unspayed female cat, chances are pretty good that she's surprised you with a litter of kittens even if you don't own any male cats. Anytime you let her outside (or anytime she escapes on her own) while she's in heat is a prime opportunity for her to meet up with a tomcat. But if you're a loving pet owner, it may have occurred to you that your cat going out in the streets and having kittens with random strangers isn't the healthiest lifestyle. Read More 

3 Respiratory Diseases That Can Affect Your Dog

Like you, dogs can suffer from respiratory problems with many of the same symptoms. Some of these respiratory problems, such as distemper, can be deadly. However, many of the most common diseases can be treated and prevented. Here are three of the more common types of respiratory problems that dogs can have and what you can do to prevent them from getting worse and spreading. Upper Respiratory Infections (Similar to Colds) Read More 

Nibbles and Nips: Understanding Your Puppy’s Mouthy Behavior

If you are a new puppy owner, you have probably already observed that your little furry tyke has declared that everything is his chew toy. This can result in the destruction of your favorite things, and when those needle-sharp puppy teeth sink into your very hands, the behavior results in a painful pierce as you ponder whether or not this transgression was an act of play or an act of aggression. Read More