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Common Reasons Your Dog Might be Limping and When to See a Vet

Limping is never a good sign, and it may be easy to feel worried or distressed when signs of limping begin to show in your beloved companion dog. While a veterinarian visit is most likely inevitable, you may want or need more information before making the decision to take your dog in for medical attention. […]

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Making Special Considerations for Your Senior Cat: 5 Simple Ways to Keep Them Comfortable

Your relationship with your cat only gets better with time! You spend years bonding—playing, petting and snuggling—as your cat becomes an integral part of your life. After years and years, your bond is like no other. It’s one of the joys of being a pet owner! But how do you know when the time comes […]

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10 Signs of Cancer to Keep an Eye Out for in Your Senior Dog

Your dog is getting older and as they do, you want to be on the lookout for potential health concerns that may impact their quality of life in their later years. Cancer is one such disease your dog can develop as they age and it’s a leading cause of death in older canines. In some […]

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Is Your Cat Scooting Across the Floor? It Might be Trying to Tell You Something’s Wrong

Cats do their “business” in the litter box. Unlike dogs, who have no problem going to the bathroom in front of the public eye, cats tend to take care of their behinds and what comes out of them in private, safe spaces. Cats are quite hygienic too, working to keep their entire body clean and […]

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Why is My Dog Constantly Itching His Ears?

We’ve all had an itch on our bodies before and know the painful sensation of itches that just won’t go away. Dogs can experience this sensation too and may get relentless: shaking, thumping and scratching away to relieve the frustrating sensation. One of the most commonly afflicted areas in dogs is the ear. When dogs […]

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Hot Cars and Your Dog: Two Things that Should Never go Together

It is officially summer, and the temperatures across the nation keep rising. Unfortunately, summer is also the time that many dogs and other pets suffer from heat stroke due to being left in vehicles in high temps. We love bringing our beloved pups with us to run errands and to take drives around town, but […]

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Your Wheezing Kitty Requires Treatment for Asthma or Allergies

Cats make a ton of different noises, from meowing, to hissing, to growling, to purring, to chirping and beyond. Yet another noise you may hear from your cat is a wheezing sound. Wheezing may be accompanied by what sounds like coughing or snorting and will probably sound like they are trying to get rid of […]

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Your Cat’s Weepy Eyes are the Sign of a Conjunctivitis Issue

Cat’s aren’t known to cry like humans are, which is why many pet owners become alarmed when they see watery discharge pooling in the corners of their cat’s eyes. This discharge is relatively normal—usually, it’s an automatic response to clean away debris or irritants that may have found their way into your cat’s eyes. It […]

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Avoiding Parvo: Keeping Your Dog Safe From this Highly Contagious Virus

It’s every pet owner’s nightmare: your happy, playful puppy suddenly falls ill and requires intense veterinary treatment. Unfortunately, this scenario is a reality for far too many dog owners because of canine parvovirus, or parvo. Parvo is an incredibly contagious and potentially life-threatening virus that is mostly a risk for young puppies and dogs without […]

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Understanding Cushing’s Disease in Dogs and How to Help Your Furry Friend Cope

Dog owners are very in-tune with their canine best friends; you know how often they eat and drink, when they go to the bathroom, how much they like to play and much more. This is why many dog owners get immediate red flags when they notice something as simple as their dog suddenly drinking a […]

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