Tips For Caring For Your Dog After He Is Hit By A Car

Posted on: 23 June 2015

A dog getting hit by a car is a horrible nightmare for most pet owners. No matter how well you try to protect your dog, there is always a chance that he may dart out of the door or dig under the gate and roam into traffic. The steps that you take after your dog is hit by a car are essential to his survival. Use the following tips to care for your dog after he is hit by a car:
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4 Things Guinea Pig Owners Need To Know About Eye Injuries

Posted on: 19 June 2015

Guinea pigs love to run, play, and explore the world, but their high speed adventures put them at risk of eye injuries. Wood shavings, sharp pieces of hay, and even the nails of other guinea pigs can damage their eyes during play time. Here's what you need to know about your guinea pigs and eye injuries.  What are the signs of eye injuries? Guinea pigs tend to hide any sign that they're sick or injured.
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Spay Your Cat For Her Health

Posted on: 17 June 2015

There is a serious problem of overpopulation of cats in the United States. According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), over a million unwanted cats are euthanized each year. This statistic alone is a convincing reason to spay your female cat. What you may not know about are the health-related benefits of spaying of female cats. Reduce or Eliminate Risk of Certain Cancers It stands to reason that removing your cat's reproductive organs will eliminate the chances of her developing cancer or other diseases that attack those body parts.
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Keeping Your Cat's Vet Visits Calm

Posted on: 26 May 2015

Since you can't always tell when a cat is sick or in pain, regular veterinary checkups help keep your pet healthy. But even if your veterinarian has lots of experience handling cats, getting your cat to a vet may not be easy. Fortunately, there are things you can do to make the trip less traumatic for both you and your pet. Use a Pet Carrier Cats don't usually enjoy riding in moving vehicles, but a carrier offers a safe way to get your pet to the vet.
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