Understanding The Nutrition Needs Of An Older Dog

28 September 2016
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When man's best friend transitions from an adult to a senior, their nutritional needs begin to change. Just like a puppy who needs more or less of somethings, an older dog has specific needs of their own. Caring for them and making sure they are healthy and in good shape may mean making some changes to their diet. Whether they get dry food from a well-known name brand or their owner makes it from scratch, there are a few things to be sure they get every day. Read More 

Stinky Ears: A Look At Ear Odors In Dogs

27 July 2016
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Do you detect a foul odor whenever you put your nose near your dog's ears? Stinky ears are pretty common in dogs, and while they're not indicative of an emergency situation, they are a marker of an outer or middle ear infection. If your dog has stinky ears, you'll want to take him to the vet for treatment. In the meantime, here's a closer look at what's going on and what to expect when your dog receives treatment. Read More 

Doggy Spending Time Outside This Summer? Helpful Tips To Keep It Cool

15 July 2016
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Summer is here. If you have a dog that spends time outside during the day, you need to make sure that it has everything it will need to stay cool and hydrated. That includes taking extra precautions to accommodate emergency situations. Here are two steps you can take to keep your dog safe from the heat this summer. Provide Extra Water You never know when the temperatures are going to rise and your dog is going to go through all the water you left out for it. Read More 

Planning To Breed Your Pet Mare? Care Tips For You

4 July 2016
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When you have a pet horse that you purchased (or were given) as a companion or to learn to ride, you may one day find yourself wanting to breed your beloved horse. If you have no experience breeding a mare, this may seem like a confusing and difficult prospect. However, there are steps that you can take to ensure that your mare is well taken care of before, during, and after birthing a foal. Read More 

Changing Your Home Address? Prepare Your Cat For The Big Move

7 June 2016
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Cats are creatures of habit, and they do not appreciate changes in their routines. A stressful event or upheaval, such as a move to a new residence, can spike up their anxiety levels and lead to unhealthy and unwanted behaviors. If a change of address is in your plans, take the time to address your cat's stress and make a few simple efforts to help your cat through the move and transition period. Read More