Three Ways To Keep Your Dog's Dogs From Barking

Posted on: 22 April 2015

Mani-Pedicures If you let your dog's nails grow too long, they can interfere with your pet's gait. Long nails can also grow brittle and break off naturally, leaving your dog vulnerable to infections. Your dog's dew claws are especially dangerous when allowed to grow long; these nails, positioned higher up on your dog's front paws and occasionally on the back, can curl in on themselves, snag and rip off, and become infected.
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Keeping Your Cat Free From Dental Disease

Posted on: 16 April 2015

Your cat's teeth are subject to the same dental problems as your own. They will never admit to having dental problems, because they hate going to the dentist as much as you. That's why you must be diligent about looking for signs of tooth and gum problems in your cat. Here are some ways you can help your cat take care of their teeth. Looking for Signs of Dental Problems
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Top Dog Vaccines: Is Your Dog Fully Protected?

Posted on: 2 April 2015

Most communities require that dogs be vaccinated for diseases like rabies and distemper. Additionally, puppies receive a series of vaccinations to protect them from disease throughout their lives. But, did you know that there are other vaccines available for your dog? Talk to your vet about some of these less-common medications that can help your dog stay healthy and strong.  Kennel Cough Bordetella is a disease that can cause an annoying, hacking cough in dogs.
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What To Expect During Your First Canine Dental Cleaning

Posted on: 1 April 2015

Just like going to the dentist can be nerve racking for you, it can also be nerve racking for your dog. Your first trip to the dog dentist to get a canine dental cleaning will go much smoother if you are calm and understand what is going to happen. Your dog will be able to sense that you are calm, and this will calm down your dog as well. Scheduling An Appointment
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