3 Tips For Keeping Your Pet Calm During Grooming

Posted on: 17 February 2016

Anyone who owns a pet knows the importance of keeping them clean at all times. You don't want to let your pets' nails grow out of control or their hair to become all matted. Not only is it bad for them, but it can be bad for your home and your health. Matted hair can harbor all kinds of dirt, pollen and bugs. Their nails can tear up your furniture and hardwood floors.
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Securing Emergency Veterinarian Services In A Snowstorm: What To Do For Your Birthing Animals Until The Vet Arrives

Posted on: 5 February 2016

Barnyard animals that were bred last summer or early fall are going to begin dropping their babies soon. Most of these animals can deliver their babies on their own. However, cows and horses often need some extra help, and if you have an emergency situation with your cows or mares during a snowstorm, what are you going to do? It could take the veterinarian over an hour to get to you, depending on traffic, road conditions and the severity of the storm.
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4 Reasons Why Mobile Pet Grooming Is Ideal For Your Senior Dog

Posted on: 28 January 2016

Regular grooming is a necessity for any dog, but especially so as they get older due to the difficulty your dog may have with grooming themselves or a higher chance of their skin getting irritated and needing gentle cleaning. While this may make you believe you need to bring your dog to a local groomer, you should instead consider the benefits that come with mobile pet grooming instead. Less Stress on Your Senior Dog
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4 Benefits Of A Canned Food Diet For Your Dog

Posted on: 27 December 2015

While a dry food diet is the least expensive option if you own a dog. A canned food diet can enhance your dog's nutrition in a number of ways. If you are considering making a change from dry food to canned food for your dog but are not quite sure of the benefits, then these will be outlined below. Reduce Preservative Intake Canned food tends to contain less preservatives than dried food.
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