Understanding Pet Health Conditions

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Understanding Pet Health Conditions

Hello, my name is Selena. Welcome to my site about pet health. When your pet is feeling under the weather, all you can do is take him or her to the vet for a checkup. The vet uses diagnostic equipment and knowledge to find out the cause of your pet’s distress. Vets can perform treatments or prescribe medication that helps your pet to quickly heal from the illness or injury. There are so many different pet health conditions, so I decided to create this site to go over them all. I invite you to come along on this journey and learn more about pet health conditions. Thanks.


Hypoglycemia And Small Dogs: A Deadly Combination

20 May 2016
 Categories: Pets & Animals, Blog

Hypoglycemia is a life-threatening condition in which blood sugar drops to dangerously low levels. While hypoglycemia can be caused by a wide number of things, including infection, poor nutrition, stress, and low body temperature, it can occur for little to no reason, especially in small dogs, such as toy breeds, and puppies. A small dog who develops this condition can deteriorate very quickly. Therefore, it's vital that you learn all you can about hypoglycemia so you recognize it immediately and seek help for your pet. Read More …

3 Tips For Getting Your Cat Through A Visit To The Veterinarian

17 April 2016
 Categories: Pets & Animals, Blog

As a cat owner, you know that making a regular trip to the local cat hospital or veterinarian's office for a check-up is important to your cat's health. You'll have to forgive your cat though if it doesn't see things this way. Cats are notorious for getting stressed out when suddenly thrust into a situation with other unfamiliar animals. If you want your next trip to the vet to go over smoothly, here are some tips that might help keep your cat's stress levels down. Read More …

Choosing The Right Dog For Your Household

5 April 2016
 Categories: Pets & Animals, Blog

If you are looking for a good addition for your family, then you may be thinking of getting a puppy to add to your household. A puppy can be a lot of fun, but you do want to make sure that you put thought into the breed of dog you get, so you end up with one that's going to fit in with your lifestyle and grow into a dog that becomes a fluid member of the family. Read More …