Caring For Your Female Cat After She Is Spayed

Posted on: 13 June 2016

If you are planning on bringing a female cat to a veterinarian to have it spayed in the near future, you may be a bit apprehensive about how to treat your pet when the operation is over. Caring for a female cat after a spaying procedure is not that difficult if you know what signs to look for and you make it a priority to make her comfortable. Here are some tips to use to make sure your cat heals properly after being spayed.
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Splish Splash: Pool Safety For Your Pooch

Posted on: 6 June 2016

If your water-loving canine companion hears the laughing and splashing sounds that characterize summer in the backyard, he will undoubtedly be eager to join in the fun. Some dogs do not even wait for an invitation and happily take the wet plunge as part of their daily outdoor routine. Swimming pools can be fun for the entire family, but as with children, safety guidelines must be followed to keep your pup safe.
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3 Reasons To Have Your Pets Spayed Or Neutered

Posted on: 11 April 2016

One of the single most important and beneficial thing that you can do as a responsible pet owner is to have your pets spayed or neutered. Listed below are just a few of the many reasons to spay or neuter your pets. Reduce The Stray Population The single biggest reason to spay or neuter your pets is to avoid adding to the stray population. One reason for this is that many stray cats and dogs will end up living a short and miserable life as they attempt to find enough food to survive, deal with severe hot or cold weather conditions, avoid predators, and avoid vehicles.
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Pet Grooming And Older Dogs - How A Trip To The Groomers Can Help

Posted on: 29 February 2016

While getting your dog to the groomer's can be an advantage at any age, the older your dog is there are some specific advantages. Older dogs have special needs as they age, and some of these can be met at the groomers. Here are four benefits that can come from bringing an older dog to the groomers on a regular basis. 1. Get Your Old Dog Comfy If you can find a groomer that caters to pampering pets, your old dog will not be disappointed.
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