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As your pet becomes a senior, their nutritional requirements will change. Senior dogs become more vulnerable to health conditions, find out more.
Dogs are considered seniors at the age of seven. At this time the ageing process begins to affect multiple body organs and systems, and they require special care.
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.
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.
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 reason.
Cats can suffer from a dental disease, as well which may present as gingivitis, periodontal disease, or tooth resorption.
Both the trip and visit to the veterinary clinic can be very stressful and overwhelming for our feline companions. We are taking them out of their routine and out of their home.
Deciding to keep your cat indoors has its pros and cons. It allows your cat to be protected from outside threats such as injuries from other animals, cars.
Dog parks are a popular spot in the nice weather. A great place to get outdoors with your pets and can provide both physical and mental stimulation.
Heat stroke or hyperthermia is common in the summer months, especially with the kind of temperatures we’ve had so far this season!
Absolutely! There are many vegetables that you can feed your pet as a treat. They are great because they are low calorie and a good source of fibre.
The short answer is no. Luckily, if your pet has contracted Lyme disease it is not contagious.
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