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What Immunizations does my Dog Need?
Owning a pet comes with a great deal of responsibility. One of the first things that you will need to do is to check out what immunizations your dog has had in the past, and whether or not they are up to date. This is important because there are a variety of airborne and contact-spread diseases that can affect our canines, many of which can make him extremely unwell. While it is possible to prevent the diseases using vaccines, the immunizations must be given fairly regularly to ensure that your dog remains fully protected at all times.
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When To Buy Prescription Dog Food
As a caring and conscientious dog owner, one of your key responsibilities is to ensure that your furbaby gets the nutrition that he needs to remain healthy. While there are countless different brands of dog food on the market, each claiming to have certain features that make it better than the offerings of their competitors, the fact is that for some dogs, standard food products simply aren’t suitable. Instead, they may need prescription dog food to help them achieve optimal health.
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What should I do if my dog has diarrhea?
Stress is another key trigger for your dog to experience diarrhea. Although they may seem quite resilient, canines are actually quite sensitive to sudden changes in their home and routine, and this can manifest in a range of symptoms including diarrhea.
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How to Relieve 4th of July Pet Anxiety
Anxiety is a very common emotions for humans. However, it is something equally as likely to be experienced by pets, particularly during times of uncertainty and stress. 4th July may be a day for American celebration, but it is anything but a joyous occasion for the millions of pets across the country who fear the noise, lights and unusual activity that the date inevitably brings.
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How Can you Tell When your Pet is in Pain?
One of the biggest challenges of pet ownership is actually identifying when there is something wrong with your pet - including whether or not she is in pain. This is primarily because animals instinctively try and hide any vulnerabilities that they have so that they do not appear weak to any predators that they come across. While for domestic pets the likelihood of coming into contact with a predator is very small, the disposition of covering their discomfort remains. So, with this in mind, how can you tell if your beloved pet is experiencing pain? Here are some of the most common, telltale signs that your precious pet is hurting.
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