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What You Should Know About Ear Tipping For Feral Cats

If you're currently considering having a neighborhood feral cat taken in to the vet, you may have heard about a surgical procedure called ear tipping. This procedure is often misunderstood, but it serves an important purpose that can help to protect feral cats. If you want to learn more, keep reading to discover what ear tipping is all about. When It's Performed Ear tipping is a procedure where the top of the ear is either surgically clipped off or a small incision is made in it. Read More 

Is Your Cat At An Increased Risk Of Oral Disease?

Dental disease can strike any cat at any age, but there are certain variables that can increase that risk. If you're trying to take care of your cat's oral health or even haven't given it much thought, it might interest you to know that your cat's breed, health, and the oral care you provide could play a big part in your cat's overall dental health. Read on to learn more about these three factors. Read More 

Protect Your Pooch: How To Keep Your Dog Safe And Healthy This Winter

Now that winter weather is taking hold, you need to start paying more attention to your dogs. They may be covered in fur, but that's not going to be enough to protect them when the temperatures dip below the freezing point. This is particularly true for short-haired breeds, or dogs that spend most of their time indoors. Not only that, but if you've recently moved from a warm climate, to a more frosty climate, your dogs might not be prepared for the extreme climate change. Read More 

5 Reasons You May Need Emergency Care For Your Pet

If you have a beloved pet in your life, you're sure to want to take good care of it. This can be a challenge to do at all times and even more so if your pet has a medical concern. There may be times when you may need to make an emergency visit to the vet, and knowing when these may be can be helpful to you. Reason #1: Rapid breathing Read More 

Understanding A Dog’s Urinary Tract Infection

A lower urinary tract infection can lead to several problems for your dog, including incontinence. The painful condition can result in your dog having daily problems. If you suspect your dog has a urinary tract infection, here is what you need to know. What Are the Symptoms? As the urinary tract infection worsens, your dog will show a range of symptoms, including an inability to urinate. If your dog can urinate, the amount could be smaller than usual. Read More