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June 2013

Urinary Infection in Cats

 by zack on 27 Jun 2013 |
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One of the most common health problems in domestic cats is that they are especially prone to catching urinary tract infections. While not normally a serious problem in humans, cats can have a rough go of it unless treated in a relatively speedy fashi...

Puppy Prognostication Part 2: Pregnant Dog Complications

 by zack on 25 Jun 2013 |
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Welcome back for part 2 of our series on pregnant dogs. Today we’ll be discussing the possible complications you’re most likely to run into during pregnancy.  Many of these terms we’ll be discussing might sound familiar to parents, as the mammalian ...

Puppy Prognosis: How to Help your Dog during Pregnancy

 by zack on 21 Jun 2013 |
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Dogs are a lot like people. It’s fascinating to see how much an owner and a pet can have in common. Personalities, dislikes, even physical features can start to blend together. So it’s no surprise that just like people, when a dog is pregnant, it mi...

The Feral Cat Conundrum Part 2

 by zack on 20 Jun 2013 |
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Yesterday’s post gave us a glimpse of the painstaking process behind taming a feral cat. However, as we mentioned this isn’t always the best option for a feral cat. They are basically wild, and that can mean very unsociable. Not only can they be phys...

The Feral Cat Conundrum: Questions and Solutions Part 1.

 by zack on 19 Jun 2013 |
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Feral cats and kittens are an interesting dilemma. They capture our hearts and imaginations, and just leaving feral felines, even particularly unsociable ones, to the elements doesn’t sit well in the cat lover’s conscience. So what to do? Can you ta...

What is Parvovirus?

 by zack on 14 Jun 2013 |
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Whenever you first take your dog to the vet one of the initial tests and vaccinations your furry friend will receive is for the parvovirus. What is parvovirus?  Well, the relatively recent advent of the dangerous virus known colloquially as parvo ha...

Pet’s Soft Stomachs: A Hard Problem to Solve?

 by zack on 13 Jun 2013 |
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Dogs are known for soft stomachs and cats are always coughing up hair balls, so what’s an owner to do? First things first, you have to understand that this is a very common problem to be dealing with, and it doesn’t necessarily mean that your pet is ...

DNA Test for Dogs: Discovering Mixed Breed Ancestry

 by zack on 08 Jun 2013 |
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Image Credit Owning a mutt is advantageous for a few reasons. They’re outbred dogs so they usually won’t have any of the breed specific health issues common to purebred dogs. They are numerous, and much cheaper than a certified full blooded animal, ...

Shedding Light on Heavy Shedding

 by zack on 05 Jun 2013 |
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Image Credit Pet owners everywhere are up to their eyeballs in dog or cat fur during the hot summer months. Why do cats and dogs shed so much fur? What causes it, and is there any way to slow down the animal shedding onslaught? Today’s topic concern...

Investigating Veterinary Insurance: How to Decide on a Policy [INFOGRAPHIC]

 by zack on 01 Jun 2013 |
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After deciding whether or not your pet needs veterinary insurance, it’s time to pick a policy. With many different companies offering competitive plans, it can be difficult to know where to begin. Here is a short guide to different factors you must ...
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