When To Go To The 24-Hour Animal Hospital

Posted on: 7 May 2020

Taking good care of your pets is hard work, and it can sometimes be confusing to know what to do when they're acting differently or experiencing issues. While you can keep up with their daily health by going to routine vet appointments, getting vaccines, and feeding them a healthy diet, there may be other situations that require more immediate care. The good news is there are emergency vet clinics and 24-hour animal hospitals to help when you need it most.
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3 Important Things To Know About Declawing Your Cat

Posted on: 28 April 2020

Scratching is an instinctive habit for cats. Scratching is a way to mark their territory and to take care of their nails. Scratching is also a defence mechanism for cats, a way they can protect themselves. If you have an inside cat, your cat doesn't need to be sharpening their claws, marking their territory, or defending themselves against anyone. That is where declawing your cat comes into play. Thing #1: Declaw Your Cat When They Are a Kitten
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This Is Why You Should Never Quickly Change Your Cat's Food

Posted on: 23 April 2020

Veterinarians see it all the time; cats come in with symptoms of vomiting and diarrhea, and there's only one real cause for it: their food. If you want to keep your cat healthy, you should never suddenly change their food supply. Here's why. Sensitive Stomachs The average cat has a fairly sensitive stomach. You probably already know this if you've ever seen a cat randomly throw up for no apparent reason, just to go straight back to eating and acting normally.
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Dog Not Eating? Why This Is Happening and What You Can Do

Posted on: 21 April 2020

It could be a serious problem if your dog is suddenly not eating, especially if they normally inhale their bowl of dog food or eats every scrap before it even hits the floor. Your dog could have a health issue that needs to be looked into by your veterinarian. There could be a number of issues as to why your dog isn't eating. Read on for reasons why this may be happening and what you can do about it to help your dog.
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