Recognizing And Responding To Feline Asthma In Your Cat

Asthma is a relatively common disorder in cats, but watching your pet suffer an episode is still often a frightening and upsetting experience. Typically characterized by wheezing and difficulty breathing, feline asthma, like human asthma, is an allergic reaction that can be triggered by many environmental factors from pollen to your common household cleaning chemicals. Because it is often nearly impossible to identify and then restrict access...

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Veterinarian Waiting Room Tips For Dogs

If you are worried about your dog’s upcoming trip to the vet, be sure to think about your dog’s needs in the waiting room as well. If you have an overly anxious or even overly friendly dog, this needs to be considered when it comes to waiting room etiquette. Here are four tips for you and your dog to follow when it comes to the waiting room at the vet’s office. 1. Don’t be too Early If your dog hates to sit still or...

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Animal Hospital Etiquette For All Pet Owners

Having to take your pet to an animal hospital is never a pleasant experience, especially when you take into consideration that most pets loathe being at the vet’s office. Still, if you find yourself in a situation where you need to seek medical care for your beloved pet, there are some basic etiquette guidelines you’ll want to keep in mind during your visit. Keep Your Pet Crated or on a Leash Pets should be restrained in some...

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Four Ways To Find Cheap Spay And Neuter Services

If you have a lot of pets (or are simply on a budget), you may be intimidated by the cost of spay and neuter services. Spaying and neutering can be found at lower costs, however, without any reduction in care. There are a few places that you can go for a more affordable spay and neuter service, especially if you’re from a financially disadvantaged household. 1. Local Shelters Local shelters often have coupons for spaying and neutering,...

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Five Signs Of Tooth Problems To Look Out For As Your Cat Ages

As cats grow older, their risk of dental issues including cavities, gum disease, and missing teeth increases. These conditions are painful for the cat, and they can interfere with his ability to eat properly. Therefore, as a pet owner, it is important to watch out for the following signs of dental issues as your cat enters his golden years.  Drooling Cats with gum disease and tooth decay may sometimes drool excessively. You may notice a...

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4 Ways To Make Veterinary Care More Affordable

No pet owner wants to see their beloved animal sick or in pain. Unfortunately, medical emergencies happen, and the treatments required for these emergencies can lead to some pretty hefty vet bills. On the bright side, there are always options that pet owners can explore to help make veterinary care more affordable so they can get their pets the expert care they need without having to fret over the cost. Consider Pet Insurance One proactive step...

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