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  1. dog autumn
    November 16, 2021

    What Not To Feed Your Pets This Thanksgiving

    Be wary about what meat you feed your pet. If you do decide to give your pet a sliver of turkey, make sure that is well-cooked. Under-cooked or raw meat may contain salmonella bacteria, which can cause stomach upsets and food poisoning.

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  2. Top 10 Tips on How to Clean Your Cat's Teeth
    August 17, 2020

    Top 10 Tips on How to Clean Your Cat's Teeth

     

     

    The mere suggestion of attempting to clean your cat’s teeth may conjure up images of bone-deep scratches and a visit to the emergency room, but it doesn’t have to end that way! Follow our top ten tips for cleaning your cat’s teeth to avoid a bloodbath and ensure you and your cat remain on good terms.


    Did you know eight in ten cats over the age of three suffer from teeth and gum problems? Left untreated, plaque and tartar build up in your cat’s mouth which can lead to more severe dental disease and often results in the extraction of teeth. 


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  3. Why You Should Switch Your Cat to Revolution Plus
    June 17, 2020

    Why You Should Switch Your Cat to Revolution Plus

    If you haven’t already heard, there is a new 6-in-one preventative on the market for cats. Revolution Plus, released in America in 2019, builds on the trusted legacy of Revolution for Cats and contains two active ingredients - selamectin and sarolaner. These ingredients combine to deliver double the flea killing power and gives your cat the parasite protection it needs.

     

    A picture of a family with their cat and Revolution Plus

     

    What Does Revolution Plus Protect My Cat Against?

    Revolution Plus takes care of everything that your cat was protected against with Revolution, but with the addition of sarolaner, now protects your cat against deadly paralysis ticks as well. A single tick is enough to cause life threatening paralysis in cats.

    Revolution Plus wit

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  4. Preventing Separation Anxiety in Pets
    June 07, 2020

    Preventing Separation Anxiety in Pets

    What is Separation Anxiety


    Separation anxiety is when a pet experiences severe distress while separated from their owner. The owner can often be completely unaware that their pet is suffering while they are gone as the pet can act completely normal when they are around. It might only be bad behavior by a pet that can tip the owner off.

    A pet that has separation anxiety can have a variety of symptoms including:

     

    For Dogs

    • Inappropriate urination or defecation (going bathroom inside the house but not in a designated area)
    • Barking or howling
    • Chewing, digging or destructive behavior
    • Attempting to escape or escaping your house or yard
    • Pacing in a particular spot - often up a down a fence or in front of a window
    • Coprophagia
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  5. 7 Signs it Might be Time to Take Your Pet to the Vet
    May 20, 2020

    7 Signs it Might be Time to Take Your Pet to the Vet

    It can be hard to know when you should take your pet to see their vet, or if you should wait and see how they are in the morning. This article will explore some conditions or symptoms that, if present in your pet, may require a trip to the vet. We've also listed some conditions or symptoms that require immediate veterinary attention should your pet be affected by them.

     

    1. Change in Eating or Drinking Habits

    While any short-term change in eating habits could just be your pet being a fussy eater, if they refuse to eat for 2 days or longer, or suddenly wish to consume anything that could be considered a food, it is time for a trip to the vet. Pets that have underlying health conditions such as diabetes should see their vet as soon as any changes in their appetite are noticed as they may require a change to their insulin dosage to manage the change in food intake.

    Excessive thirst can be a sign of a serious illness such as diabetes or kidney disease and

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