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Feeding Senior and Mature Dogs

As your pet becomes a senior, their nutritional requirements will change. Although age is not a disease, senior dogs become more vulnerable to health conditions such as kidney disease, heart disease, obesity, and cancers.

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Why You Should Consider Adopting a Senior Pet

For the next couple of months, we will be focusing on our senior pets. If you are thinking about adopting a new furry friend, here are 4 reasons why you should consider a senior pet!

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Deworming/Parasite Prevention in Your Cat

Several types of internal and external parasites can cause problems in cats. Intestinal worms are quite common and can be a very serious issue, especially in kittens. Therefore, it is important to keep our cats protected and properly treated to avoid these pests.

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How to Increase Water Intake in Your Cat

Unlike dogs, it may be rare that your cat is regularly seen drinking from its water bowl. This can be quite common with cats for different reasons, but it is still important that they are sufficiently hydrated.

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Preventative Health Care in Cats

It is a common myth that indoor cats “do not get sick.” Cats age at a faster rate than humans and generally should see their doctors more frequently.

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