Camping With Your Furry Friend And Wondering About Hydration? Here’s 3 Things You Need To Take Along

5 October 2021
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If you're like most people with a recently acquired canine companion, you're probably looking forward to spending many happy years with your new friend — especially if you're a camping enthusiast. Dogs make great activity, road trip, and camping partners. They don't turn into backseat drivers, they rarely complain, and they're usually up for any type of fun. However, if you've never gone camping with a dog before, you may be thinking that although you'll definitely need to bring along plenty of food for your dog, it can nonetheless get its hydration needs met through water sources near your campsite such as lakes, rivers, and streams. Read More 

2 Myths You May Believe About Having Your Female Cat Spayed

10 August 2021
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Once your female kitten has grown a little and is now more than a few months old, you may have thought about having them fixed, or spayed. However, you may have misgivings about having the procedure done, especially if you have any misgivings about misconceptions you may have heard. While the primary reason to have your female cat spayed is to prevent them from getting pregnant and having litters of kittens, there is more to it than that. Read More 

5 Core Vaccines Your Dog Needs

23 June 2021
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Spring and summer are popular times of the year to bring a new puppy into the family. If you are thinking about adding a new puppy to your family, you need to know what vaccines your new family member will need to stay healthy. #1: Rabies Rabies is fatal for dogs, which is why you are going to want to ensure that your dog is vaccinated against rabies. The rabies vaccine is something your dog will need to get regularly, depending upon the rules in your state. Read More 

What You Should Know About Taking Your Pet To The Vet On A Budget

21 April 2021
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If you are a pet owner, then it's important to make sure that your pet gets the medical care that it needs. However, as you might know from experience, it can sometimes be costly to take your animal to the vet. Fortunately, there are solutions for pet owners on a budget, such as the ones listed below. Preventive Care Is Usually Much Cheaper As is the case with humans or cars, you should know that preventive maintenance for your four-legged friend is typically a whole lot cheaper than paying for additional care later on. Read More