3 Health And Wellness Tips For Senior Dogs

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One of the saddest aspects of life as a dog owner is that dogs age so much more rapidly than humans. In fact, if your dog is between the ages of five and ten they may already be considered a senior, depending on their age and breed. Older dogs can still have fun, healthy, comfortable lives, but they do require a little more attention from their owners and their veterinarian. Here are three health and wellness tips for your senior dog:…

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Ready For The Dog Park? 3 Ways To Get Your Pup Ready To Socialize

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Ever since the day you brought them home, your dog has truly lived up to the concept of man’s best friend. Yet there comes a point when you know that you cannot be your pup’s entire social world. Dogs need to socialize with other animals, and letting them romp with a few new dog friends helps burn off all of that puppy energy. However, you do need to make sure they are ready before you let them run through the gates of doggie paradise.…

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When Your Cat Has A Tapeworm: How An Animal Hospital Removes It

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When you adopt pets, you never know quite what you are going to get. That includes pets with additional “pets” in the form of various worms, biting insects like fleas and ticks, and skin conditions like scabies. If you adopted a cat and have recently discovered that it has a tapeworm, you should take the cat to your nearest animal hospital. This is how an animal hospital will treat your new kitty for tapeworms.…

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