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  • What To Do If Your Cat Spits Out Its Medication

    Giving medication to a cat can be tough at times for pet parents. Nobody wants to make their pet upset, but ensuring that your cat gets its medication on a regular basis is the only way to make sure that they stay healthy and well. If you're having difficulty getting your cat to take their meds because they keep spitting it out or throwing it up, try these tips. Importance of Food [Read More]

  • 3 Ways To Get Your Cat Ready For Spring

    Make sure that you are not just getting your house ready for spring, but you are getting your cat ready for spring as well. Make sure that your cat is neutered to prevent the birth of unwanted cats, make sure that you keep your cat hydrated, and make sure that your yard is a safe place for your cat to play. Get Your Cat Neutered Spring is breeding time for many species, including cats. [Read More]

  • Traveling Abroad For A Month Or More? 3 Tips For Safely Boarding Your Dog

    Traveling abroad can be a great way to see more of the world, but with the high cost of airplane tickets and accommodations, you may be interested in staying for a month or longer to really get the most out of your trip and ensure that the high cost of flying is well used. While it may not be a problem for some people to travel for an extended time, it can be a little harder to set up if you are the owner of a dog. [Read More]

  • 4 Benefits Of Acupuncture For Your Dog

    More and more dog owners are becoming interested in alternative medicine for their beloved fur babies, as a way to provide natural treatment for a variety of conditions without medication that often comes with harsh side effects. One form of alternative veterinary medicine that is particularly worth looking into is dog acupuncture. Here are four ways acupuncture may be able to help your dog: Reduce Joint Pain One of the most popular reasons to try veterinary acupuncture is to reduce joint pain and help mobility issues. [Read More]

  • Preparing Your Cat For A First Boarding Experience: Three Things To Consider

    Whether you are going out of town or moving, you may be considering cat boarding for your four-legged friend. If your cat has never been boarded before, there are a few things may want to consider to prepare for this event. With a little bit of planning, you can help to ensure your cat is safe, healthy, and happy while you are away. Use this guide to plan for your cat's first boarding experience at a company like Academy Of Canine Behavior. [Read More]

  • What You Need To Know To Be A Great Pet Sitter

    If you love animals and you want to make a great living, then consider combining your compassion for animals with your entrepreneurial spirit. Pet sitting is growing in popularity as pet owners wish to leave their animals at home when they are away, and is a terrific opportunity to make a lot of money. In fact, if you take in a few pets (mainly dogs) a week, you can makeover $1,000 per month working part time and a livable wage if you do this service full time. [Read More]

  • Considering Bringing Home a French Bulldog? Here's a Few Facts You Should Know

    With their telltale bat-like ears, wrinkly faces, and rounded brown eyes, from the moment you spot a French bulldog, there is no doubt you will be ready to bring home this breed as your own pet. While these dogs come along with a lot of personality and interest, it is always wise to make sure any breed is the right breed for your particular household. Take a look at a few of the facts about french bulldogs before you scoop up a puppy and decide to bring it home. [Read More]

  • Protecting Your Cat's Canines: How To Improve Your Pet's Dental Health

    Are you taking proper care of your pet's teeth? Cats actually frequently need more dental care than dogs, for two reasons. Cats can live very long: a well cared for cat can live two decades or more. This leads to tooth issues over time. Additionally, cats tend to hide their pain; if they are having tooth issues, they won't show it until the problem has gotten severe. Because of these two combined issues, it becomes very important for you to be proactive about your cat's dental care. [Read More]

  • Three Important Things To Research Before Keeping A Pet Lizard

    Lizards can make great pets for who those have done the research and know how to properly take care of them. It's important to realize that lizards thrive in a natural environment that's quite different from the environment inside a pet owner's home. However, by researching and investing in the proper equipment, you can keep a pet lizard safe and healthy. Before you bring your new pet lizard home, you should put some time into researching the following three subjects to ensure that both you and your new pet will be safe in your home: [Read More]

  • Signs That Your Pet Needs Medical Care

    To take the best care of your pet, you need to be sensitive to the signs that indicate he needs medical care. Above and beyond regular veterinarian health checkups, at a place like Spring Hill Veterinary Clinic, there are times when your pet should be brought in for special treatment. Here are common signs to watch for. 1. His eating habits have changed. You typically know how often and how much your pet usually eats. [Read More]