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The Importance of Puppy Socialization

The Importance of Puppy Socialization

There are lots of different elements of being a responsible puppy owner. One of the things that you will need to ensure that you do is to start socializing your furry little friend just as soon as you can. Puppies who are well socialized generally grow into well-adjusted, friendly and confident dogs. Those that aren’t can develop problems with other animals and unusual situations that are stressful for both you and your pet.
Common Reasons Pets Need Surgery

Common Reasons Pets Need Surgery

Taking excellent care of your pet’s general well-being and health is the most important thing an owner can do to ensure their pet lives a long and happy life. For the most part, making sure your pet is fed a balanced diet, is well-exercised, and is kept in good company are key to looking after them well. However, there are occasions where it may be necessary to seek professional care for your pet, and this may include surgeries.
The Importance of Pet Vaccinations

The Importance of Pet Vaccinations

Vaccines have always been a hot-button topic. However, few people think about pet immunization. If you are thinking about adopting a pet, you need to understand the importance of pet vaccinations. In fact, you may find yourself fined in some places if you do not have current immunization records for your pet.
Why Diagnostic Tests are Important for Pets

Why Diagnostic Tests are Important for Pets

Can you tell if your pet is ill simply by looking at them? In nearly all cases, the answer to this question will be no. Identifying that your pet is sick and discovering the underlying cause of their illness can be a complex process that looks at many factors – any symptoms your pet has, how they are behaving and how their body looks. Your vet will also need to take into account any internal changes that are happening and that aren’t visible to us. This is because many health problems cause internal changes to things like your pet’s blood, urine or organs. The only way of identifying these changes is to perform diagnostic testing.
What to Expect: End of Life Care for Pets

What to Expect: End of Life Care for Pets

The thought of losing a beloved pet can be distressing for anyone. Unfortunately, this is an inevitable part of life. Trying to cope with the impending death of your pet can be very difficult. Your pet may have been diagnosed with a terminal disease, or he has simply approached the sunset of his life. Either way, it is not easy, but it helps to know what to expect.
Benefits of Pet Behavioral Consultations

Benefits of Pet Behavioral Consultations

Just like humans, animals experience anxiety, stress, and other behavioral disorders. Behavior modification helps treat pets that have experienced something traumatic. Cats and dogs can benefit from behavioral treatment. Pet behavioral consultants often design programs that help pets and can prescribe medication when necessary. There are several benefits to receiving pet behavioral consultations.
Preventing Fleas/Ticks in Pets

Preventing Fleas/Ticks in Pets

Pets are very susceptible to ticks and fleas. However, you can protect your animal friend from such pesky insects. Like any pet owner, you should do everything to keep ticks and fleas from moving into your home and bothering your pet. Just the thought of an infestation can cause a pet owner’s skin to start crawling.
Benefits of Spaying/Neutering

Benefits of Spaying/Neutering

Whether to spay or neuter your pet is one of the most important decisions regarding your pet. Spaying refers to the removal of the uterus and ovaries of a female pet. Neutering is the removal of the testicles of a male pet. Spaying and neutering influence your pet’s long-term health, and by extension, your wallet. The following are the benefits of spaying or neutering your pet:
How Often to Bring Your Pet in for an Exam

How Often to Bring Your Pet in for an Exam

Veterinarians are a lot like doctors. You don’t just take your pet to see them when they are unwell. They are also instrumental in preventing your pet from becoming sick in the first place. This is because vets routinely offer preventative care as well as treatment, and regular exams are an ideal opportunity for your professional to give your adored animal a thorough check-up and look for any signs that they could be becoming sick.
Why Microchip Your Pet?

Why Microchip Your Pet?

Pet microchipping isn’t all that new, yet many animals still haven’t undergone this important and very simple procedure which significantly increases the likelihood that they will be reunited with their owner. Here’s what you need to know about why you should microchip your pet.