Exploring The Nutrition Needs Of A Young Cat

Posted on: 28 September 2016

Whether it's the first kitten to ever grace the home or the tenth cat over the years, it is important to recognize and know what their precise nutritional needs are. There is a difference between what a young cat and an adult need to be at their very best. Here are some things to keep in mind. Mother's Milk For the first few weeks of a young cat's life, they get all their nutrients from their mother's milk.
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Responsible Pet Ownership: Preparing For Natural Disasters And Medical Emergencies

Posted on: 29 July 2016

Keeping your pet healthy and safe is your primary concern as a pet owner. Being prepared in the event of any type of emergency is essential for keeping your cat, dog, bird or other family pet safe. Use this guide to prepare for emergencies so you are ready to handle anything your pets, or life, throws at you. Prepare An Emergency Escape Plan Natural disasters can strike at any time, from fires and floods to earthquakes.
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Why Do Your Dog's Ears Smell Gross?

Posted on: 19 July 2016

Do your dog's ears have a pungent, almost rotten smell? This is not a symptom you should ignore. Not only is the scent off-putting, but it's usually a sign of an infection. Here's a closer look at what causes stinky ears in dogs and what you can do about the problem. What causes stinky ears? Both bacterial and fungal infections can cause your dog's ears to smell. If the inside of the ear has a brownish tint, the problem is usually attributable to a yeast infection.
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Ultrasounds And Why Your Pet Might Need One

Posted on: 12 July 2016

It's common for humans to have to undergo an ultrasound but you may not be aware that these diagnostic tests can be beneficial for your pet as well. Here are some things you will want to know when it comes to ultrasounds and why your furry friend might need one. Why an Ultrasound for Your Pet? With an ultrasound, your veterinarian will be able to see the fluid-filled organs in your pet such as the heart, bladder, liver, spleen, prostate gland, and kidney.
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