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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.


Are You Leaving Fido Behind?

23 April 2018
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Is this the first time you've owned a dog? When you decided that you wanted to own a pet, it might be that all you considered was how much fun you'd have together, doing things like playing catch, teaching the dog tricks and going for walks together. You might have forgotten one pretty big consideration. What do you do with a beloved dog when you're not going to be home? Whether you find that your dog is left alone too often because of work and other commitments or whether you are going out of town, not being able to take your pet along for the fun, from trading dog sitting with a friend to using dog daycare services, here are some ideas for when you are leaving your dog behind. Read More …

What to Buy After You’ve Adopted a Rescue Dog

24 February 2017
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If you're planning on adopting a rescue dog, then you need to make sure you have the right supplies to make the first few weeks go smoothly. If you've never owned a dog before it can be quite difficult to figure out exactly what you need. Walking into a pet store will overwhelm you with the sheer amount of dog accessories. To help you narrow down what you need, this article will list the important things you should get. Read More …

Going Camping With Fido? 3 Tips To Keep Him Safe

30 July 2016
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When your four-legged furry friend is as much a part of the family as the rest of you, there is no way that you are going to leave him behind when you go on a camping trip. The campfires, s'mores, and nature just wouldn't be the same without you best friend. Dogs love the outdoors, so there is a very good chance yours is going to love camping. However, before you head out onto the open road into the wild, you need to know a few things about keeping your dog safe throughout the trip. Read More …