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What to Expect During Your Pet’s Annual Veterinary Exam

What to Expect During Your Pet’s Annual Veterinary Exam

Ask any veterinarian, and they’ll tell you that you should take your pet in for vet consultation at least once a year. In this article, we discuss the importance of annual wellness checkups and the activities commonly included during a routine visit.

 

Alternative Therapies for Improving Quality of Life in Senior Pets

Alternative Therapies for Improving Quality of Life in Senior Pets

To ensure that their pets lead a healthy and happy life, pet owners need to be aware of every phase in their companion’s life. Here we list some preventive healthcare practices that can help maintain a good quality of life for your pet in their final days.

 

Must-Have Equipment in Every Veterinary Clinic

Must-Have Equipment in Every Veterinary Clinic

The efficiency of your veterinary practice is largely determined by two crucial factors – the quality of your equipment and the veterinarians themselves. Here we list our picks for veterinary equipment that should be in every veterinary clinic.

 

Surprising Facts About Feline Kidney Diseases

Surprising Facts About Feline Kidney Diseases

As a vital organ and the cornerstone of the urinary tract system, a cat’s kidney handles numerous functions such as filtering blood, removing toxins, and maintaining adequate hydration within the body. Here we discuss in detail about kidney diseases in felines.

 

10 Signs Your Dog May Be Sick & What You Can Do About It

10 Signs Your Dog May Be Sick & What You Can Do About It

Since dogs cannot tell us when they are not feeling well, it is the responsibility of the pet owner to be aware of the signs that they might show when they are sick. Mentioned in this write-up are a few signs that your dog might show when it is feeling ill.

 

Top Summer Concerns for Pet Birds

Top Summer Concerns for Pet Birds

As affectionate and intelligent creatures, birds make lovely, inquisitive pets. However, they demand specific care as they are susceptible to even the smallest changes in their environment. Here we discuss how you can keep your feathered companion safe during the summer.

 

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