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Finding An Excellent Veterinarian

After my sweet little dog became ill, I knew that I needed a really wonderful veterinarian to make things right. I started looking around for a doctor who really understood what we were up against, and I was pleased to find a provider who accepted my insurance and actively worked hard to improve her patients care. It was really incredible to feel the difference that her efforts made, and I wanted to write a blog all about the benefits of working with a great veterinarian. Check out this blog for great information that could help you to protect your pets.



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Is Your Cat Violent Or Just Bored?

Whether you're a new pet owner or someone who has had several cats over the course of your lifetime, having a kitty lash out violently can be alarming. Whether you're getting hurt or, another pet is, it's a bad sign if your cat is behaving violently. However, there's a good chance that your cat is simply understimulated. Read on to discover if your cat is so bored that they're acting violently: Read More 

Dog Breath Is A Bad Thing – Even For Dogs: Doggy Gingivitis And Its Care

"Dog breath" isn't exactly an endearing feature. And -- while this surprises a lot of people -- it isn't actually just something you should expect your dog to have.  If your dog's breath simply reeks, there's a good chance that your pup has gingivitis, a disorder that can be as common in dogs as it is in humans -- and just as difficult to treat. Here are some ways to identify the problem for certain and treat it. Read More 

Welcoming A New Family Pet Into Your Home: The Importance Of Involving A Veterinarian In The Process

Getting a family pet is unlike any other household event. As such, it should be painstakingly considered from every perspective, along with ensuring you'll have the ability to care for the pet for as long as it's expected to live. With the great fun and enjoyment of a new pet comes great responsibility and having a veterinarian to guide you through is the best possible way to start your new life with the new family pet. Read More 

Look At All Those Wrinkles: How To Prevent Fold Dermatitis On Your Dog

If you own a dog with plenty of wrinkles, such as a English Bulldog or a Shar Pei, you know how cute they are. However, you might not know that those distinctive wrinkles need tender loving care, especially if you want to prevent infections and fold dermatitis. These skin disorders can be extremely uncomfortable, and even painful, for your wrinkly dogs. Luckily, there are some simple steps you can take to keep your dogs skin healthy, and avoid infections and fold dermatitis. Read More 

What To Do If Your Cat’s Gums Are Bleeding

Noticing that your cat has bleeding gums can be alarming. If you've noticed that your cat has developed this problem recently, it could mean that there are serious oral health problems at work. Keep reading to learn more about these issues and how you can tackle them. If You've Just Started Brushing If you've recently decided to start brushing your cat's teeth, it's possible that brushing is what's triggered the bleeding. Read More