Fido's Flatulence Filling Your Air With Foul Odors? How To Nip The Problem In The Bud

Posted on: 15 April 2018

If your dog has developed gas that is making it impossible to be in the same room with them, it's time to take matters into your own hands. Canine flatulence can be downright disgusting, especially since your dog has no way of controlling it. You don't want to make your dog stay outside, but you also don't want to plug your nose for the rest of your life. Luckily, you don't have to do either one.
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4 Healthy Approaches to Ensuring Your New Pet Has the Best Care for Life

Posted on: 14 October 2016

Did you recently get a new dog? If so, you likely want to give them the best care possible. Unfortunately, some people who have never had to take care of a pet do not realize the importance of pet care. Your pet's health will require you to have pet checkups, and there are a few things that you will need to do at home to protect their health too. The following points will help you understand the most important things you can do to ensure your pooch is happy and healthy.
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Therapy Birds And Service Pigs? Some New Approaches To Animal-Assisted Therapy

Posted on: 20 September 2016

If you thought that only dogs were suited to providing service and therapeutic benefit to humans, think again. Researchers are discovering many ways that normally undomesticated animals can fulfill a rising need among consumers with physical, mental, and emotional impairments. Ferrets. Ferrets offer consumers a unique alternative to owning dogs to help predict seizure activity. Ferrets are not rodents, but rather are a member of the weasel family and weigh between one and five-pounds.
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Allow Your Dog To Age Gracefully: Treatment Options When Your Pet Has Arthritis

Posted on: 23 July 2016

If your dog is getting older and you notice signs that they are slowing down, this does not have to be a normal symptom of aging. While your dog isn't likely to act like the puppy it once was, basic arthritis can be very painful for your pet. With the right medication, food, and exercise, your dog may be able to enjoy a more active lifestyle once again. If you see that your dog is walking slower and struggling to walk up stairs, your dog may be suffering from arthritis, or a more serious condition.
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