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Four Signs Of Tooth Decay To Watch Out For As Your Dog Ages

29 April 2016
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Tooth decay is quite common in older dogs. Not only can it cause pain, but it also makes it harder for your dog to eat, which may result in weight loss and malnutrition. As your furry friend gets older, make sure you keep an eye out for these signs that he or she may be developing tooth decay. Bad Breath Your dog's breath will never be "minty fresh," but it should not smell rancid or overly terrible. Read More …

Urgent Signs That You Need To Take Your Pet To The Emergency Vet

28 April 2016
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It is important to make sure that you are well aware of the signs that may indicate that your pet is in danger and needs to be seen by a professional emergency vet. To help you know just when that might be, you will want to take a few moments to review the following points. The Stomach Is Swollen If your pet just ate a large meal and had a lot of water to drink, you may notice that its stomach appears a little larger than normal. Read More …

3 Ways To Keep A Cat Indoors And Happy

27 April 2016
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Even though you believe your cat to be a house cat, it might feel differently. Although your cat's life is relatively cushy indoors, its instinct to be outside can sometimes lead on an outdoors adventure. During particularly hot or cold days, keeping your cat inside could be a necessary health precaution. If you are having trouble convincing your cat to stay indoors, here are some tips to help make it a more inviting option for the cat. Read More …