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Tips for Potty-Training your Puppy

Getting a proper plan together for potty-training your new puppy is one of the most important steps in succeeding, both in your teaching and in the puppy learning. Training your puppy to go to the bathroom in the right place ensures a long, happy life together. Unfortunately, soiling in the home is among the top reasons why animals end up in shelters, and the habit is harder to break later in life than in the formative, early stages.

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Hyperthyroidism in Cats

Hyperthyroidism is among the most common glandular disorders in cats. If your feline family member is 12 years of age or older, this condition could manifest. Typically caused by an excessive concentration of thyroxine, a thyroid hormone in the blood also known as T4, your kitty may begin to show weight loss and increased appetite as the first warning signs. Yowling is a trademark indication that your cat is really hungry, even at times when they would ordinarily eat or after having been fed as usual. Other things to pay attention to are excessive thirst, increased urination, hyperactivity, unkempt appearance, panting, diarrhea, vomiting and increased shedding.

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Keep Your New Puppy Healthy and Happy with These Puppy Grooming Tips

Grooming is going to be a part of your dog’s entire life, so it’s important to start a grooming routine when your dog is just a puppy. Not only does grooming keep your dog healthy and looking good, it’s a great time to build understanding and trust with your new pet. Here are a few puppy grooming tips you can use to keep your new puppy healthy and happy.

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Essential Tips and Tricks for Doggie Dental Care

You work hard to make sure your dog stays happy and healthy. You head to the vet for regular checkups, make sure he gets exercise, and ensure he’s eating healthy food. However, have you thought about your dog’s oral health? Keeping your dog’s teeth healthy is important for your pooch’s overall health.

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SILEO Administration for Your Pets

Some dogs experience fear and anxiety when they hear loud noises like fireworks, thunder, workers or anything that goes BOOM! It has been very difficult to treat and is stressful for not only the dog but the owner as well. SILEO is a new treatment that blocks certain chemicals in the dog's brain that cause the anxiety and fear.

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How Your Pet's Oral Health Affects Their Overall Health

Dentistry is just as important to your pet as it is to you. In fact, your pet’s oral health affects their overall health. To your family, your pet is a family member; therefore, taking the time to ensure your four-legged family member has the best oral care improves their overall health and extends the time your family has with them.

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Veterinarian Advice About Dealing with Anal Glands

Is your dog scooting on the carpet? On the other hand, is your pet cat constantly licking its “nether” region?

These are clears signs of problems with anal glands.

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Keep Your Pets Safe this Spring

Spring means more walks outdoors, fresh air, and happily worn out pets each evening.  With all the great things for pets in the spring, it is important to keep them safe from some of the hidden dangers that are unique to this time of year. 

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Top Benefits of Dog Dental Care

There is no question as to the amount of love you have for your dog. You feel happy when your dog is happy, and you feel sick when your dog is sick. Just like you see your doctor to assure your health and well-being, and take your family to a doctor as needed, your dog relies on her doctor to maintain an ongoing health schedule so she can continue to play with you, annoy you at times, or gracefully sleep by your side as you rest. Your dog’s doctor provides an extraordinary service with an assurance as to how everything is okay.

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Annual Check-Up and Physical

There is no question as to the amount of love you have for your dog. You feel happy when your dog is happy, and you feel sick when your dog is sick. Just like you see your doctor to assure your health and well-being, and take your family to a doctor as needed, your dog relies on her doctor to maintain an ongoing health schedule so she can continue to play with you, annoy you at times, or gracefully sleep by your side as you rest. Your dog’s doctor provides an extraordinary service with an assurance as to how everything is okay.

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