Small Spaces, Small Children, Small Pet?

By Pet Care

Is your child ready for the responsibility of a pet? Even if your kids are small, you can still foster care and compassion for family pets. Worried that your space might be too small? There are many different pets that thrive well in these living situations. Small home? Small kids? Here are some suggestions for the perfect pet: Cats When…

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Your Yard May Not Be Safe From Pet Poisons

By Pet Health

You may have no idea how many things in your yard might be potential pet poisons! For example, when working in your rose garden, are you aware of what’s in the fertilizer you are using? While most fertilizers only result in minor gastrointestinal irritation if consumed by a pet, some can be fatal. Here are a few fertilizer components to watch…

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How Can I Keep My Cats From Fighting?

By Pet Behavior

If you have more than one feline companion, you are likely accustomed to cat fights; but what can you do to stop them from fighting with one another? There are many reasons why your cats could be fighting so consider the cause before intervening. Keep your cats from fighting with the following feline tips: Get Them on a Schedule Cats can act…

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Service Dogs and Veterans: How Soldiers are Being Supported by Man’s Best Friend

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There is a special bond between service dogs and veterans, and it is true that a dog is truly man’s best friend. When it comes to veterans and dogs, the therapeutic applications have proven an effective tool for helping veterans struggling with a variety of conditions and disabilities. From physical impairments to mental health conditions, the comfort of a pet, especially…

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Tick Protection for Your Pet

By Pet Health

Ticks are minute parasites that are related to spiders. If you ever have the opportunity to examine one under a microscope, you will see that they are not appealing to look at! What’s more, they have the unpleasant habit of feeding on the blood of animals, including your pets. Fortunately, they can’t fly, but they make up for this by…

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CVETS Summertime Safety for Pets

Summertime Safety for Pets

By Pet Care

Summer is a wonderful time to take a break from work and enjoy the outdoors with your fun-loving canine friend. However, summer can be hazardous for several kinds of pets. Danger can come from high temperatures, playtime in the water, violent storms, and loud bangs from fireworks. During the hot season, you need to pay attention to summertime safety for pets. Stay…

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CVETS How to Prepare Your Petsitter

How to Prepare Your Pet Sitter

By Pet Care

You know that you can’t smuggle your pet into your luggage and take him along on every trip. There are times when you have to leave your pet in the care of a pet sitter. You might be relying on a family member or a friend or hiring someone who does pet sitting part-time. Whomever you choose, here’s what to do…

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CVETS Can My Pet Get Covid19

Can Pets Get COVID 19?

By Pet Health

Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses that cause various health problems in both people and animals. Some coronaviruses are responsible for the yearly misery of the common cold in humans, while others cause illnesses in certain animals – camels, cattle, bats. Certain coronaviruses, e.g., feline and canine coronaviruses, only infect animals and do not infect humans. So, if you have…

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7 Benefits of a Pet in the Family

By Pet Care

Families with children are the most likely demographic to own a pet – or two, or more. The benefits of a pet for children are many, including the opportunity to learn the following seven valuable life lessons. Responsibility: A pet needs a lot of attention. It has to be provided with food and fresh water every day. Depending on the…

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Poor Puppy: First Vet Visit

By Pet Care

If you are a new pet parent, don’t forget about the importance of the first vet visit to give your new furry family member a clean bill of health. Also, this provides a key opportunity to foster a solid relationship with a veterinary provider that could potentially provide care for your pet across the lifespan. This continuity of care can…

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How Does My Dog Know When I’m Going on Vacation?

By Pet Behavior

Dogs are loving and insightful animals. When you’re feeling blue, your dog will jump up on your lap and smother you with wet kisses. Your dog can sense how you are feeling, and instinctively knows that you are about to come through the front door. So, it’s not surprising that your dog also has the savvy to understand the signs…

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