Answering Some Routine Questions About Common Pet Health Problems

Posted on: 5 August 2015

Ensuring that your pet is healthy is one of the most important things that you can do as an owner. However, there are many people that are not particularly well-informed about pet health conditions, and while they may mean well, it can be difficult to care for your pet without accurate information. If this applies to you, there is a chance that you may benefit from having the following couple of questions answers so that you can can a couple of routine health problems addressed before they become severe.
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Considerations For When Your Dog Can't Come Along

Posted on: 8 July 2015

Best friends are always there for each other, which is why you want the best for your dog when you can't be around. Whether it's short or long term, sometimes you can't travel with your pup and you need to find a temporary solution until the two of you can be playing fetch again. To help you narrow your search, consider the following as you venture into the options of who can keep an eye on your dog.
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The Family Pet Just Died – Now What? Tips For Helping Your Child Cope

Posted on: 6 July 2015

Whether sudden or expected, losing a beloved family pet can be particularly traumatic for the entire family, especially a child. If you need help with explaining to your child what happened, you can call your veterinarian for assistance. However, this article will help guide you in the right direction of supporting your child, helping your child cope with the loss and things you can do to commemorate your pet. Processing the Information
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Pet Wellness Plans: How They Help Your Pet And Protect Your Hard-Earned Cash

Posted on: 26 June 2015

For many individuals, their pet is their life. Unfortunately, when financial situations arise, it can be hard to provide the proper care for that pet. Luckily, there are pet wellness plans that are designed to help pet owners pre-pay for health care services. It is not the same as insurance, as this could be purchased separately. Instead, you are paying a set fee on a monthly basis to receive a wide variety of services for your pet, which could include anything from lab tests and vaccinations to heartworm testing and nail trims.
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