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When my animals started behaving differently, I made the decision to turn to a veterinarian for help. I wanted to figure out what had caused this sudden change in their behavior, but I wasn't really sure where to start. However, my veterinarian walked me through a long list of different problems it could be, and within days, I had narrowed down the problem to diffusing essential oils that they were allergic to in my home. After making that change, I felt better about their health. On this website, you will find all kinds of health tips regarding animal health, because their lives matter too.

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Factors That Indicate You Should Visit An Emergency Vet
19 October 2021

It can be upsetting when something seems wrong wit

Why You Should Take Your Dog To The Veterinary Clinic For Shots
5 August 2021

Your dog should always be current on its vaccinati

Boarding An Elderly Dog: A Guide
14 June 2021

As the owner of an elderly dog, you probably do al

These Cat Behaviors May Actually Require Vet Attention
25 February 2021

If your cat is behaving strangely or in an annoyin

Some Basic Info About Dog Vaccinations
13 May 2020

When you get a new puppy or dog, you want to have

Why Going Slowly Is Necessary For Overweight Cats To Lose Weight

Noticing that your cat is carrying some extra weight might seem like something you want to control right away. While helping your cat to lose weight is a must for them to enjoy a healthy and long life, going about it the wrong way can be dangerous. Here's why your cat has to lose weight gradually in order to get to a healthy weight safely. Problem With Not Eating One common problem pet owners often face when it comes to helping their cats to lose weight is attempting to get them to diet. Read More 

Treatment For Intestinal Obstruction In Cats

It might seem as though it's normal for cats to have hairballs, but it isn't. Hairballs are one of the first signs that your cat is at risk for an intestinal obstruction. If your cat has been diagnosed with this condition or you've done your research and are worried that your cat might be experiencing this problem, here's what you can expect when you bring your cat to the vet for it to be treated. Read More 

Ready For The Holidays? How To Keep Your Dogs Safe During The Festivities

The holidays are coming up. If you have dogs, it's time to start making plans for their care, comfort and safety. Dogs are particularly susceptible to accidents and injuries during the holidays, especially when precautions aren't taken. To make sure your dogs have a happy and healthy holiday season, here are some special tips you need to follow. Get Them Microchipped If your dogs aren't microchipped yet, you need to take care of that before the holidays arrive. Read More 

3 Reasons Your Dog Should Be Getting Regular Check-Ups From Your Veterinarian

You may not think about taking your dog to the veterinarian unless it's time to get a vaccination or an illness of some kind is suspected. But there are plenty of good reasons to take your dog to the veterinarian for check-ups on a regular basis. So if you aren't already scheduling regular check-ups with your vet, now is a good time to start doing so. Here are just a few reasons to take your dog in for regular check-ups in the coming years: Read More 

Toxoplasmosis And Your Cat

Toxoplasmosis is a parasite that can cause your cat to get sick and even infect you.This parasite, also known as toxoplasma gondii, is widely present in the environment and any mammal can carry it. Your cat could have it and you wouldn't know until it begins to overwhelm his or her immune system and cause them to have health problems. Here is more about the basics of toxoplasmosis in cats and what you can do to minimize the risk and complications of an infection. Read More