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The Importance of Routine Veterinary Care to Your Pet

When you choose to become the parent of a wonderful new pet, you will obviously want to enjoy as many healthy, happy years as possible with your beloved creature. Fortunately, there are lots of different things that you can do to contribute towards your pet’s wellbeing both now and in the future. One of the most important is to ensure that she attends regular appointments for routine veterinary care. 

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How to get rid of fleas, ticks and heartworms

Dealing with parasites is a very common part of pet ownership. Preventatives are widely available, but unfortunately, if they aren’t administered correctly or if they aren’t given exactly on time, animals can still be vulnerable to the very parasites that they are supposed to be protected against. Three of the most prevalent parasites that you should protect your pet from are fleas, ticks, and heartworms.

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Anesthesia and Pet Dental Care

Anesthesia and pet dental care go hand in hand. Even so, a number of pet owners are put off by the idea of administering general anesthesia to their pet. Yes, there are risks associated with putting your pet to sleep while undergoing a dental cleaning procedure. These risks are far outweighed by the dangers of pet dental disease – an extremely painful, progressive, and unnecessary condition. Let’s take a closer look at a standard dental cleaning procedure so you can better understand what’s going on.

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Tips for caring for my pet's dental health at home

There are a number of things that you can do protect your pet’s teeth and keep oral health problems at bay. Here are our top tips for caring for your precious pet’s dental health at home.

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The Importance of Training Your Pet

There will be many different things to think about when you first bring your pet home. However, something that you will need to make a priority will be getting her trained. Depending on the age of your pet, she may have had some degree of training previously. Nevertheless, you should never just assume that your new furbaby will know what she needs to do. Prior training may be helpful and may make it easier for her to adapt to your requirements and expectations. However, since your home is a new environment and you may have very different rules about where your pet can go and what they can do, training her in these is still absolutely essential.

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