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    If you have just bought a new dog and feeling a little overwhelmed, don’t worry. It is quite easy to keep your canine companion safe and happy with a few tips. Follow these simple guidelines to give your dog a happy, active and stress-free life. Microchip Identification Make it a...View More...

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    Comments Off on Is Your Cat & Dog Gaining Weight – The Common Causes Behind It

    Sudden weight gain in cats and dogs is a very common problem experienced by many pet owners. A several medical conditions may be the cause of your pet’s weight gain. Your dog or cat may be supplementing its diet from next door or from the wild. As per statistics, one...View More...

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    Comments Off on Keep Your Senior Pet Healthy & Happy During This Winter Season

    Living with a furry friend comes with much joy, but also the responsibility of keeping him healthy, comfortable, and happy. It is not so hard job to keep your senior pet healthy. By following some true and effective methods, you can make a huge difference in the quality of your...View More...

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    Your pet is one of your loved ones and you have taken the right step by thinking to spay or neuter it. This will help maintain the overall health of your pet and also work for the betterment of the society. Since it is a surgery and that too of...View More...

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    The thought of parasites in your pets is certainly not a pleasant one, but it is important to know both dogs and cats are vulnerable to various types of pests, including ticks, fleas and heartworms. Parasites are not only painful for your pet, but they can also pose some serious...View More...

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    Comments Off on 5 Common Senior Dog Health Problems

    As your dog ages, keep-an-eye on any changes in behavior and mood. These can be potential indications of something physically wrong. Just like humans, as dogs grow older they lose their ability to fend off illnesses. Even the most responsible and loving owners can miss signs by assuming that deviations...View More...