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Top Ways to Treat your Cat on National Cat Month

They may be fiercely independent and sometimes very aloof, but feline friends remain some of our favorite pets. Did you know that December is National Cat Lover’s Month? We are pretty sure that, like us, you like to spoil your furbaby all year round, but if you need some more inspiration, here are some of the top ways to treat your cat!

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Holiday Safety Tips for Pets

The holiday season is quickly approaching, and no doubt you will have plenty of preparations to make. However, something that you absolutely need to prioritize is making a plan for how to safely enjoy the holiday period with your pet. This is because the festivities also flag up a number of different considerations to make when it comes to the wellbeing of your pet. To make the holiday season healthy and happy for every member of your family, human and animal, here are our top safety tips.

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Doggy Dermatitis | Effects and Treatment

Dermatitis is a very common human skin disorder. However, it is equally as likely to affect our canine companions. Canine dermatitis can be experienced by dogs of all breeds and ages, and whilst some animals will only experience an isolated episode, others will suffer from chronic dermatitis for the duration of their lifetime.

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Stop the itch with Cytopoint!

Itching and scratching is pretty standard behavior for most dogs. However, when your canine seems to be suffering from an irrepressible compulsion to scratch, he could potentially put his health and wellbeing at risk. This is because persistently itching, licking, chewing and biting his coat can lead to open wounds, infections and other problems. Identifying the cause of the constant need to scratch and getting the appropriate treatment is essential if you are to help your furbaby remain as healthy and happy as possible.

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Why you should choose ProHeart 12 heartworm protection

When you choose to bring a dog into your home, you do so in anticipation of him having a long, healthy and happy life with you. However, for this to be possible, you have to be responsible for all aspects of his care. There are lots of different things that you will need to consider for complete canine care, but one of the most important is preventative medication, and in particular, protection against heartworms.

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