When the weather is turning warmer outside, dog ear infections are getting common again. Even if you are carefully looking after your dog’s ears, it can struck him sometimes in a lighter form, sometimes quite severely. Your vet will take a sample of the auricular excretion to determine, if your pet suffers from a bacterial […]
Pet First Aid Awareness Month – April 2012 Pet first aid is something you probably tried to push away from you – which is natural. Who wants to think about what could happen and what best you should do then in such a situation? However, by blocking this important matter out of your mind, you […]
Have a Pet, have a Smartphone have an App! Nowadays there are so many android and iphone apps available – millions! They all are somehow making life easier, more convenient and some even help you to get better organized and have information readily there when you need it. Pet owners can now compile pet […]
Xylitol Danger for Dogs – Which Oral Hygiene Products Are Safe to Use ? Regular teeth cleaning is the best way to prevent plaque and tartar built-up on your dog’s teeth. Usually you would take a specially toothbrush and toothpaste made for canines and wean him preferably to a daily routine. You may have […]
Cats with arthritis respond usually very well to acupuncture treatment.
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