Keeping Cats Safe During The Holiday Season

Posted on: 30 November 2015

When it becomes time to decorate for the holidays, safety should be an issue when pets are involved. Cat are curious animals that can become injured when investigating some of the decor that may be used to spread festivity in your home. Here are some precautionary steps to take when decorating for the holidays if you own a cat in an attempt to keep them safe from harm. Keep Poinsettias Away Poinsettias are a known holiday plant that many find to be cheerful and appropriate for the season.
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6 Ways a Spay and Neuter Clinic Can Help Your Pets Health and Behavior

Posted on: 18 August 2015

You already know that a trip to the spay and neuter clinic means that you won't be a pet parents many, many times over. It's no big secret that spaying and neutering animals keeps the pet population down and means that there won't be a new litter of kittens or puppies in your household's future. But, what else does spaying/neutering offer your pet? Reproductive health. Animals that aren't spayed can develop uterine cancer, reproductive tract cancers and uterine infections, according to the Humane Society of the United States.
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Two Tips To Help You Find A Good Pet Groomer

Posted on: 12 August 2015

If you're one of the many people who consider your pet to be a beloved member of the family, you are probably highly concerned about finding the right groomer for them.  You place a great deal of trust in a pet groomer because they are charged with the task of washing your pet and cutting your pet's hair with sharp objects.  You want a groomer that you can feel comfortable leaving your pet with for several hours at a time.
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Using A Holistic Approach In Relieving Your Cat's Depression

Posted on: 5 August 2015

If your cat is suffering from depression, you may have thought about enlisting help from a holistic veterinarian. Veterinarians that take a holistic approach at providing service will treat your cat using an open-mind and by incorporating new treatments in relieving your pet's symptoms. They will often use these newer methods in treatment in tandem with traditional methods. Here are a few of the ways a holistic veterinarian would recommend you try using to relieve feline depression in your pet.
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