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Tips on Avoiding Holiday Pet Disasters

It’s time to hang out the tinsel, but if pet owners aren’t careful, that shiny decoration just may make it time to hang out in the veterinary emergency room! Read on for some tips for pet owners this holiday season! Pretty Ribbons and Shiny Tinsel Cats can’t resist...

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Canine Diarrhea

Canine Diarrhea

What does it mean if my pet has diarrhea? Diarrhea indicates a problem in the intestines or colon. It is a symptom of some underlying disease. It can be caused by a viral or bacterial infection. A disease of the intestine or colon wall, for example, cancer or...

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Feline Raising Kittens

Feline Raising Kittens

What should I know about caring for newborn kittens? In most cases, the mother cat will take good care of her kittens, so all you'll need to do is keep an eye on them. Here are some suggestions: Over the first few days, check every few hours to make sure the kittens...

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Canine Travel By Air

Canine Travel By Air

In our mobile society, chances are your dog will travel with you at some time. When possible, prepare your pet by gradually exposing it to the elements or sequences of the trip.

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Canines Raising Orphaned Puppies

Canines Raising Orphaned Puppies

Raising an orphaned puppy can be a very heartwarming and rewarding experience. However, it takes a great deal of care and commitment. Orphaned newborns are particularly difficult to raise successfully. They have special needs and require intensive nursing care if they...

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Canine Heartworm Disease

Canine Heartworm Disease

Heartworm disease, as the name implies is caused by is a worm called Dirofilaria immitis. The heartworms are found in the right ventricle of the heart and the pulmonary arteries.

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