When Your Cat Is Acting Weirder Than Usual: Behaviors You Should Not Ignore

Posted on: 30 November 2015

As a cat owner, you know that there are many things cats do that are just a mystery to the people around them. To many people, everything that cats do are weird. However, there are behaviors that cats engage in that are weird to humans but are just harmless, and then there are those behaviors that are both weird and worrisome. Get to know more about some of the worrisome behaviors you may see in your cat that you should not ignore so you can get them to the veterinarian's office as soon as possible if you notice them.
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Taking Care Of Your Feline Friend With Arthritis

Posted on: 27 November 2015

You notice that your cat doesn't jump up on things as often. When they do, jumping down appears to be painful for them. Your cat may have arthritis, which attacks their joints and can make it painful to move. A visit to your local vet services will confirm your suspicions. While not a fatal disease, your feline companion will need some help to be comfortable. Here is what you need to know about this disease and what you can do to help your cat live with it for the rest of its life.
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All Natural Ways to Improve Your Dog's Breath

Posted on: 24 November 2015

If cuddling with your pooch is not as enjoyable as you want it to be because it has foul breath, there are a few things you can do to naturally improve the smell of your dog's breath. Being able to treat your dog's breath with all-natural ingredients ensures that you know what is going into your dog's body at all times. The following guide walks you through a few of the options.
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Pyometra Peril: Why Spaying Your Female Dog Or Cat Is Imperative

Posted on: 19 November 2015

There are several reasons why pet owners put off having their dogs and cats spayed, from budgetary constraints to fears of anesthetic complications. Such excuses are endangering pets. If your female dog or cat has not been spayed, scheduling your pet for an ovariohysterectomy should be a priority so that you can prevent pyometra, a life-threatening condition in your furry friend. What Is Pyometra? Pyometra is a bacterial infection of the uterus.
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