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Signs Your Pet Could Be in an Emergency

Signs Your Pet Could Be in an Emergency

There are numerous risks for pets in the summer, but the colder months also pose risks. Keep an eye out for the following conditions that may require emergency care for your furry friend as the temperature drops. Antifreeze toxicity in pets Antifreeze is used to keep...

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How Much Daily Exercise Your Pet Requires

How Much Daily Exercise Your Pet Requires

While daily exercise is a necessity for all animals, the amount that each cat or dog needs varies. Create a general exercise schedule using the instructions below, and then customize it based on the age, breed, and health of your pet. Daily exercise requirements for a...

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The Most Common Holiday Pet Hazards

The Most Common Holiday Pet Hazards

The holidays are a time for joy and happiness, but they can also be dangerous for your pet. From toxic holiday plants to dangerous decorations, there are many hazards that can harm your pet. By being aware of these dangers, you can help keep your pet safe during the...

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Indoor Enrichment Ideas for Pets During the Winter

Indoor Enrichment Ideas for Pets During the Winter

As colder weather approaches, it's important to keep your pet entertained and engaged indoors. There are many ways to do this, from providing them with new toys and puzzles to playing hide-and-seek or catch. By keeping your pet occupied, you can help prevent behavior...

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Watch Out For These 5 Signs of Pet Diabetes

Watch Out For These 5 Signs of Pet Diabetes

November is National Pet Diabetes Month, a month dedicated to educating pet owners on the signs and management of this endocrine disorder. By learning how to spot the following signs of pet diabetes, you can help them get the treatment they need to provide the best...

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Pet Obesity Prevention Starts with These 3 Steps

Pet Obesity Prevention Starts with These 3 Steps

How to Evaluate Your Pet's Body Condition Score National Pet Obesity Awareness Day falls on October 12, but you should pay attention to your pet's weight all year long. More than half of the nation's cats and dogs are considered overweight or obese, which can lead to...

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Who are Veterinary Technicians and What Do They Do?

Who are Veterinary Technicians and What Do They Do?

Veterinary Technicians: An Essential Part of Your Pet's Health Care Team To spread awareness about the crucial role veterinary technicians play in animal health, the National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America (NAVTA) celebrates National Veterinary...

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Suggestions for Keeping Your Deaf Dog Safe

Suggestions for Keeping Your Deaf Dog Safe

Safety Tips for Owners of Deaf Dogs  Specially abled pets hold a special spot in animal lovers’ hearts, and deaf dogs are certainly a category to be treasured. In honor of Deaf Dog Awareness Week, which falls on the last full week of September each year, our team...

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Ways To Recognize Signs of Pain in Your Pet

Ways To Recognize Signs of Pain in Your Pet

How To Spot Signs of Pain in Your Pet Pets are masters at hiding any vulnerabilities, so it can be tough to tell when they are in pain. September is Animal Pain Awareness Month, so do your pet a favor and learn the following common signs of pain to get them help when...

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